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.
More rubber bullets fired as Alexandra residents vow to intensify protests
Demonstrators have been locked in running battles with police for much of Wednesday, with community members saying they’ll keep Alexandra on lockdown.
Cosatu: Incompetent govt has no plan to deal with skyrocketing fuel hikes
Cosatu says it wants the government to release the long-awaited research on a possible fuel price cap.
ANC to remove Parly candidates if they fail integrity commission's scrutiny
This follows the ANC national executive committee (NEC)’s decision to send all names to the commission where individuals who are found wanting will get a chance to present their case to the body.
ANC's Jessie Duarte to meet eNCA, Sanef over altercation with journo
During a press briefing at Luthuli House on Tuesday, eNCA journalist Samkele Maseko was severely reprimanded by the ANC deputy secretary-general who said he thought he was ‘the lord of the media.’
Amend constitutions on balloting or be deregistered, unions warned
The constitution of every trade union has to include a provision on balloting all its members if intending to strike.
'The Donald Trump of SA': Duarte under spotlight after 'attack' on reporter
During a briefing with reporters at Luthuli House, the ANC deputy secretary-general described eNCA journalist Samkele Maseko as arrogant.
Labour Registrar waiting on court to place 2 unions under administration
Labour registrar Advocate Lehlohonolo Molefe says that he is waiting for the Labour Court to set down two applications to place unions under administration.
Labour registrar: Infighting, poor financial controls a major threat to unions
The registrar has painted a bleak picture of the state of employers’ associations and bargaining councils, saying that even they are not immune.
ANC allies: Party has committed a series of errors
ANC allies say there are serious questions to be asked while pointing to a series of errors, some deadly, that the party has committed in its tenure in government and as the country’s biggest political party.
Motlanthe: ANC should expect tough general elections
The ANC is one of about 48 political parties contesting the 8 May elections, but unlike the rest, it has had an opportunity to govern the country.
Motlanthe: Politicians neglected to reflect on state of the people
The former president spoke to EWN on the sidelines of his foundation’s launch of its Inclusive Growth report, which painted a bleak picture of the country’s future.
The ANC will be renewed, say elders
The elders believe that the ANC remains the only party of choice for South Africans, saying all political parties are going into the May elections tainted by scandals.
Group of ANC NW members threaten legal action over ‘altered’ elections list
The complainants say 40% of the names on the original list were tampered with while ANC guidelines only make provision for 10% of the contents to be altered.
Zondo to 'reach out' to FS govt after Mxolisi Dukwana's testimony delayed
Former Free State MEC Mxolisi Dukwana said he was promised R2 million per month for agreeing to put the Guptas in charge of a construction project.
Academics await to get response from Pandor on addressing sex offences
The activists have berated how sexual offences have become normalised in institutions of higher learning and say this is affecting black women employees in particular who are pressured to exchange sex for employment.
Relief organisations in Beira warn of high risk of water-born diseases
Many areas outside of the city are still submerged after the Zambezi River burst its banks due to the devastation caused by tropical Cyclone Idai.
Relief organisations in Beira to escalate rescue efforts for stranded victims
It’s been more than one week since Cyclone Idai hit the city which has already claimed the lives of 293 people according to official records in Mozambique.