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Dissident unions call for Cosatu president to resign

Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) president Sidumo Dlamini must resign, unions sympathetic to the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) said.

Zuma, ministers to undertake 5-star trip to China

Ministers of the economics cluster will accompany President Jacob Zuma on his state visit to China next week in a bid to strengthen investment relations between the two countries, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Thursday.

Yengeni kept on ice over drink charge

More than a year after Tony Yengeni was arrested for drunk driving, the National Prosecuting Authority has yet to decide whether to prosecute him.

Judiciary undermined by lack of resources: Mogoeng

The gap between the judiciary's workload, budget, and infrastructural needs was a key problem affecting this critical arm of the state, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's office said on Wednesday.

The ANC is in trouble: Zuma

President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday admitted that the ANC had been shaken and was in trouble.

Hot topics

ANC calls for unity in Cosatu

The ANC's national executive committee (NEC) has decided to seek input from its alliance partners to help resolve the turmoil in Cosatu, secretary general Gwede Mantashe said.

'We won't be dictated to'

The National Union of Metalworkers of S A will not budge on its resolutions.

Sanral supplied 'inconsistent' e-toll data for Zuma crash inquest

The e-toll gantry information Sanral supplied to an inquest into an accident involving President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane was "inconsistent", the State submitted on Monday.

Nkandla: The hole picture

The holes in the fence that surrounds Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead appear to be in the process of being patched up but the breach has some wondering just how much security R246-million actually procured.

'Malemaville' invaders move into misery

A steel bedstead with a wooden door for a base, a supermarket trolley full of clothing, a bag of maize meal, some rice, some vegetables and a salt cellar.

DA's Moodey backs Zille for fourth term

DA leader in Gauteng John Moodey has thrown his weight behind national party leader Helen Zille to serve another term at the helm of the official opposition.

Palestinian leader to visit SA

President Jacob Zuma will host his Palestinian counterpart, Mahmoud Abbas, in Pretoria this week.

Protector wants court clarity on her powers

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has filed her application to contest a judgment that deemed her findings and remedial actions not binding.

Wasteful spending irks MEC

Gauteng Finance MEC Barbara Creecy has implicitly acknowledged what most taxpayers already know - that there is enough money in the public purse but a large portion of it simply goes to waste.

Local government

Barn owls to take front line in war on Johannesburg's baby-eating rats

The City of Johannesburg has included barn owls in a R2.5 million plan to fight a rat infestation, the municipality said on Tuesday.

Water restored in joburg, except Hursthill

Water has been restored in all areas of Johannesburg, except those supplied by the Hurst hill reservoir, Johannesburg Water said on Wednesday.

Joburg without water

Large parts of the City of Joburg are still without water following a power cut from last night which disrupted water supply in various areas of the city.

Support for councillors to increase

Gauteng Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs will, over the next 30 days, review the role, responsibilities and support for ward councillors to enable them to work better.