Cosas march to Luthuli House expected to disrupt traffic
Cosas president John Macheke said that the pupils will be marching to the African National Congress (ANC) headquarters to call on the party to respond to a memorandum of demands that was handed to it in October last year.
EFF: Alex service delivery protest an opportunistic move by ANC
Both the EFF and Democratic Alliance (DA) believe the demonstration which brought Alex to a standstill for a day last week is an attempt by the ANC to redeem itself ahead of elections.
Snubbed EFF committee member gives reasons for speaking out
EFF central committee member Thembinkosi Rawula says he kept quiet about the corruption because he was thinking with his stomach.
Snubbed EFF committee member makes serious allegations against Malema
Thembinkosi Rawula alleges that the EFF’s national leaders have been fleecing the organisation, while those who have objected to the practice are being chastised.
Amcu to hold mass meeting Sibanye mine to discuss protracted strike
Amcu is demanding a R1,200 a month salary increase with the National Union of Mineworkers, Solidarity and United Association of South Africa agreeing to R700 for the first two years.
Ramaphosa: More work to do before SA realises rainbow nation vision
'We must all forge a compact and see ourselves as people who can make a contribution to make this country function and succeed,' President Ramaphosa said at an election campaign event in Sandton.
Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party to lobby for Sarb to be nationalised
The party believes that unemployment can be abolished in five years and wants to restructure personal income tax to be directly proportional to earnings.
Ramaphosa: ANC committed to doing the right thing
President Cyril Ramaphosa has described the debacle over the African National Congress (ANC) lists of candidates for Parliament and provincial legislatures as difficult.
Ramaphosa: I could have been fired for going against Zuma
President Cyril Ramaphosa says his most trying moment in leadership was when he broke rank with former President Jacob Zuma following the abrupt dismissal of Pravin Gordhan as Finance Minister in 2017.
Zuma, Gordhan & doing things right: Ramaphosa’s most difficult leadership moment
Speaking at a public engagement in Sandton on Thursday, the president said he could have been fired for going against his predecessor, Jacob Zuma.
SA needs Ramaphosa’s delicate hands – Makhura
Gauteng Premier David Makhura said President Cyril Ramaphosa could have led the country at any given moment in the past but had chosen to rise to the task of restoring stability now.
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ANC, DA in war of words over Alex protests
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said his party cannot be blamed for the lack of service delivery in the troubled area.
Samwu leaders sacked after years of corruption claims
In a vote of no confidence motion, five provinces are said to have voted to get the leaders of the country’s biggest municipal trade union removed from office.
Magashule gears up for court over 'Gangster State' allegations
Ace Magashule is described in a recently released book as 'the master mind of grand scale corruption and theft' in the Free State during his tenure.
ANC: Objections to our candidates list have no legal basis
In a letter, the party has written to the commission to dispute that 33 people on its candidate lists for Parliament and provincial legislatures are unfit to hold public office.
IEC opens applications for special votes until 18 April
Special votes allow people who can't vote at stations on election day to make their mark on a pre-determined day ahead of the polls.
ANC: No one must attack or intimidate journos in our name
The ANC has reassured Sanef and eNCA that the altercation between its deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte and journalist Samkele Maseko was not meant to undermine journalists and their freedoms although it may have appeared so.