Popcru urges SAPS to act on alarming police suicides
This comes after a KwaZulu-Natal officer turned the gun on himself after gunning down his estranged wife and her brother yesterday at the Durban Magistrates Court.
Police probe motive behind Durban court shooting
The officer and his wife were in court on Tuesday morning to file for divorce when he allegedly opened fire during the adjournment.
2 shot dead in Durban Magistrates Court shooting
The police officer and his wife were appearing in the courtroom when the officer from the KwaMashu station opened fire on his wife and brother-in-law, killing them instantly.
Mthembu defends Ramaphosa’s decision to keep Dlamini, Mokonyane
African National Congress (ANC) Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu argued that President Ramaphosa had to consider next year’s elections when making changes to his Cabinet.
Ndabeni-Abrahams has tough task ironing out issues in new portfolio
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday that the Communications and Telecommunications and Postal Services ministries will be merged and led by Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.
Ramaphosa appoints Siyabonga Cwele to head Home Affairs
ANC insiders say he chose someone from KwaZulu-Natal to avoid further friction within the fragmented party ahead of the 2019 elections.
Cosatu: President Ramaphosa consulted with us on Cabinet reshuffle
The president will be making changes to the executive following the death of Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa and the resignation of Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.
ANC to celebrate 107th anniversary at Moses Mabhida
The annual party celebration will be used by President Cyril Ramaphosa to launch the organisation's election manifesto and official album for the campaign trail.
Zuma: ANC needs two-thirds majority win at polls to undo injustices of past
Former President Jacob Zuma was speaking to veteran’s league members from the eThekwini region on Monday as a part of the 'Thuma Mina' campaign.
Zuma: ANC must become an example of unity
The former ANC leader has continued forming part of the KwaZulu-Natal ANC’s election campaign trail in Durban on Monday.
Zuma calls for unity ahead of 2019 election
Jacob Zuma says there must not be a single member of the ANC who does not genuinely work towards unity within the organisation.
Mkhize reiterates Ramaphosa’s assurances on Ingonyama Trust land
Zweli Mkhize met with Amakhosi from the eThekwini region as a part of the ANC’s Thuma Mina campaign ahead of the 2019 elections.
Zuma tells supporters to vote for ANC next year
Jacob Zuma has spent his day on the campaign trail, starting off with a blitz walk at the Pinetown taxi rank and ending off in Kwamashu where he addressed elderly citizens.
Jacob Zuma files court papers for stay of prosecution
The former president is facing charges of fraud, corruption, racketeering, and money laundering related to the multi-billion rand controversial arms deal concluded in the late 90s.
D-Day for Zuma to submit papers for stay of prosecution
In July, Jacob Zuma’s new legal team showed its hand for the first time, requesting time to put together an application for a permanent stay of prosecution.
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The former president’s lawyers were given until 16 November to submit the application to bring to a halt his corruption trial that has faced numerous postponements.
Analyst predicts generational battle in next round of ANC conferences
Malusi Gigaba’s sympathisers argue that the former Home Affairs minister is being purged because he poses a threat for the senior members of the party ahead of the ANC’s next elective conference.
Gigaba's peers plan a fight back
Malusi Gigaba's resignation has sparked a debate among his organisational peers, with some of them of the firm belief that his exit from Cabinet is part of a purge by senior members.