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Agang SA asks Concourt for secret Zuma no confidence vote

Agang SA filed papers in the Constitutional Court asking that a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma be voted on by way of secret ballot, the party said.

Zuma signs Public Administration Management Act into law

President Jacob Zuma has signed into law the Public Administration Management Act, which bans civil servants doing business with the state, the presidency said on Friday.

EFF parliamentary sanctions judgement set for next week

The Western Cape High Court will deliver judgment next week on the EFF's quest for an urgent interdict against sanctions implemented by Parliament against 20 of its MPs.

Taxi commuter safety not guaranteed

The safety of taxi commuters in Gauteng cannot be guaranteed, despite a commitment by taxi associations to resolve their conflicts, Gauteng transport MEC Ismail Vadi said.

Afriforum lays criminal charges against Malema over land-grab comments

AfriForum on Wednesday laid criminal charges against EFF leader Julius Malema for his land grab comments at the party's congress.

Hot topics

Guess who's riling Zille now

Just when Helen Zille thought she was onto puppet Chester Missing's antics, she's walked into the trap she suggested singer Steve Hofmeyr was too blind to see.

Mandela's spirit lives on, inspires the nation: Ramaphosa

The spirit of former president Nelson Mandela lives on and inspires the nation, acting President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday.

Schooling not adding up

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has been forced to admit failure.

Ex-Sadtu chief to lead new union

Expelled SA Democratic Teachers Union president Thobile Ntola has joined forces with other disgruntled unionists to form a public-service union to take on some of the affiliates in trade union federation Cosatu.

Return post-mortem documents by Monday or else: Biko family

Steve Biko's family and his foundation have given the Steele family until Monday to do "the right thing" and return the post-mortem reports of two slain anti-apartheid activists to their rightful owners.

ANC doing fine, neither rich nor broke: Mkhize

The ANC is not rich but at the same time is not struggling financially, treasurer general Zweli Mkhize said on Tuesday.

Brown must find root cause of Eskom woes: Cosatu

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown must investigate the root causes of crises within Eskom, Cosatu said on Tuesday.

State's R62bn black hole

Irregular spending of public money by national and provincial government departments climbed from R27-billion in the year to March 2013 to more than R62-billion in the year to March.

Malema still under provisional sequestration until March

Economic Freedom Fighters’ leader Julius Malema remains under provisional sequestration at least until March next year.

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.