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Makhura in a game of thrones

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has officially resigned as secretary of the ANC in the province - as he cannot occupy both positions simultaneously.

Tshwane ANC condemns office invasion

The ANC in Tshwane condemned the storming of its office in Pretoria on Monday by a group it says claims to represent unhappy members.

Hlongwa allegations taken to integrity committee

Allegations of corruption involving ANC Gauteng Chief Whip Brian Hlongwa have been referred to the party's integrity committee, the ruling party in the province said on Monday.

Hot topics

'Numsa calls for the immediate expulsion of the Israeli ambassador'

The Israeli ambassador to South Africa should be expelled, the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) said on Tuesday.

'This is not a cabinet meeting' Mpofu tells Mthethwa

The government has repeatedly apologised for the death of Marikana miners, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Tuesday.

Ramphele's exit 'could revive Agang SA'

Agang SA could reconcile following the resignation of its leader Mamphela Ramphele, the party said on Wednesday.

Gauteng ANC admits voters punished it for e-tolling

ANC leaders in Gauteng have admitted that the e-tolling scheme has cost it support in the province, and the planned review of e-tolls was necessary to regain voters.

Tlakula off to ConCourt over 'unfair' ruling

Independent Electoral Commission chairwoman Pansy Tlakula yesterday attacked the Electoral Court's interpretation of the Electoral Commission Act in its recent finding that her misconduct in 2009 warranted her removal from office.

Why Mamphela quit

Bitter division and fighting over positions of power in the party have led to AgangSA leader Mamphela Ramphele quitting politics only a year after forming what was expected to become a formidable force in politics.

Madonsela surprised as Motsoeneng SABC appointment becomes permanent

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela expressed her surprise at the permanent appointment of controversial acting SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng.

Cyril Ramaphosa is not on Twitter: presidency

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa does not have a Twitter account or any other account on any social media platform, the presidency said.

Nxesi refuses to reveal info on cabinet housing

Details of the official houses occupied by Cabinet members cannot be revealed, Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi said on Monday.

Local government

Johannesburg spends R24 million on five emergency vehicles

The City of Johannesburg Emergency Management Services (EMS) has spent R24 million on five state of the art vehicles that will respond quickly to fires and building collapses in the city. 

Cape Town to give evicted Lwandle residents housing kits

Cape Town is ready to provide emergency housing kits to illegal shack dwellers evicted earlier in the week, mayor Patricia de Lille said on Friday.

National anthem, flag plan a complete waste of money: iLIVE

The planned R34 million programme to distribute flags to school and teach pupils the national anthem is such a complete waste of money, the very money that is supposed to be supporting us, the matriculants.