Claims of non-compliance with Labour Act politically motivated - Numsa
According to a letter from the Labour Registrar’s office, Numsa, has not complied with sections 98, 99 and 100 of the Labour Relations Act, which requires that unions provide the registrar with auditor’s reports and financial statements.
DA, EFF talks: Will Tshwane soon have a red beret mayor?
This week the DA confirmed that discussions among opposition political parties about the future of the City’s mayor were underway.
DA confirms party in talks with EFF over future mayor of Tshwane
DA Gauteng caucus leader Solly Msimanga said the party’s federal leadership had been meeting with the red berets and other opposition political parties over the matter.
DA Gauteng elects Solly Msimanga as caucus leader
Solly Msimanga said the members of the party’s caucus in the province would continue the work of the fifth administration, including the removal of e-toll levies.
Dennis George dismissed from Fedusa following corruption probe
George was suspended from Fedusa in February as the PIC’s R4.3 billion investment in Ayo Technology came under scrutiny at the PIC Inquiry.
Malema urges IEC to modernise voting systems to avoid future crisis
The commission on Thursday confirmed that the Statistician-General found there was a negligible risk of multiple voting during last week’s elections.
Lazy councillors will get the chop - Julius Malema
EFF leader Julius Malema said the axe would fall on the party’s leaders in provinces that have failed to reach election targets.
DA federal executive to meet and unpack election performance
The spotlight is now on party leader Mmusi Maimane following suggestions that his role in the party could be under threat.
DA remains official opposition but loses key position in Mpumalanga to EFF
The Red Berets had not only retained their status as the official opposition in the North West and Limpopo but had now added Mpumalanga.
Meet the political parties occupying the bottom pile of IEC results board
Not all of them were new to election contestation but collectively, they could not secure more than 40,000 votes.
IEC declares 2019 SA elections free and fair
Chief electoral officer Sy Mamabolo officially announced the results at the operations centre in Tshwane on Saturday evening.
Manyi’s ATM backs out of plan to take IEC to court
The African Transformation Movement says it now accepts the election results and the IEC’s audit outcomes into claims of multiple voting incidents.
Over 1,000 voting stations to undergo audit, says IEC
The IEC, however, did not specify when the audit would take place by the statistician general.
Aggrieved smaller parties serve IEC with letter calling for independent probe
The political parties say they will approach the Electoral Court should the IEC not agree to an independent audit and refrain from declaring the election results.
Election ‘losers’ count financial cost as they stand to forfeit R200k deposit
Hlaudi Motsoeneng's African Content Movement, the ‘Purple Cow’ party and the Patriotic Alliance have all failed to get the more than 20 000 votes required so far.
Voting irregularities meant to suppress support base, claim some smaller parties
Leaders of the small political parties who intend to contest the legitimacy of this year’s provincial and national elections said they would lodge their legal case against the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) on Friday morning.
CSIR begins work to probe quality of voting ink marker
The CSIR has a tight deadline to ensure that the quality assessment of the ink used in this year's elections is completed before the election results are released.
IEC electoral system fell victim to vote rigging, says political expert
Mcebisi Ndletyana said an even more worrying factor in the IEC's electoral process was the fact that the commission’s additional security mechanism, such as the barcode scanner, could not prevent people from voting multiple times.