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Hot topics

DA ad scores nearly half a million views on Youtube

The Democratic Alliance's "Ayisafani" [It's not the same] election TV advert -- originally pulled off the air by the SABC -- had garnered nearly half a million views on Youtube by Saturday.

MK vets brand Kasrils an 'enemy of the people'

Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils is an "enemy of the people" with his "No Vote" campaign, the Umkhonto We Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) said.

Too many see government office as a 'means to self-enrichment': FW de Klerk

FW de Klerk, who with Nelson Mandela won the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize, speaks about democracy in South Africa, the country's role in the continent and its future challenges.

ANCYL says not voting would be blasphemy

Not voting in the forthcoming elections would be blasphemy, the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) said in a statement commemorating the 50th anniversary of struggle icon Nelson Mandela's Rivonia trial speech.

Mdluli answers now needed: DA

Answers were needed from police and the National Prosecuting Authority regarding the withdrawal of criminal and disciplinary charges against suspended police intelligence boss Richard Mdluli, the DA said on Sunday.

DA goes to court over food parcels

The Democratic Alliance is set to take the ANC and the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) to court over the alleged distribution of food parcels at ANC election rallies.

Over a million 'born-frees' not registered to vote

More than a million 'born-frees' have not registered to vote for the May 7 general election, according to a report on Tuesday.

Zuma's legacy will be judged by Nkandla: Makgoba

The legacy of President Jacob Zuma is contingent on how he deals with the issue of upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, Cape Town Archbishop Thabo Makgoba said at a march outside Parliament on Saturday.

Vote for us, we'll give you police: Zille

A total of 250,000 police on the streets is one of the election promises Democratic Alliance Leader Helen Zille made during an anti-drugs and gangsterism march in Manenberg, Cape Town, on Saturday.

South Africa going backwards under the leadership of President Zuma

South Africa is going backwards under President Jacob Zuma's leadership, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille said on Wednesday.

Local government

Rea Vaya to connect inner city, Alexandra, Sandton

More than a billion rand has been budgeted for the extension of Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT) Rea Vaya which will connect the Inner City to Alexandra and Sandton.
Service Delivery Protest

Service delivery protests hit Gauteng

Gauteng saw two protests take place, as residents in Olievenhoutbosch in Centurion and residents in Kliptwon, Soweto took to the streets to express displeasure at service delivery related matters.

Transport backbone to be commuter rail: MEC

There is little doubt commuter rail will be the backbone of public transport in Gauteng in the future, transport MEC Ismail Vadi said.

Freedom fighters did not fight for sub-standard leadership: iLIVE

In the mid-1970s, a handful of brave students decided to fight back against a system that was designed to make them feel inferior, worthless, and without aspiration; a system that was designed to take away their future, freedom, and dignity.