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SABC boss hides R500m loss from parliament

Embattled SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng is hiding the financial trouble at the ailing broadcaster in a last-ditch attempt to cling to his job.

Malema: I know who gave cash to Zuma

Julius Malema says he has first-hand knowledge of the secret donors who bankrolled President Jacob Zuma using a series of murky trusts.

Transport minister protecting RAF head: DA

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has accused Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters of “clearly protecting” Road Accident Fund (RAF) CEO Dr Eugene Watson “without even considering the evidence that we have provided her”.

Israel denying Blade a visa is 'a slap in the face for SA': Cope

The Congress of the People (Cope) has added its voice to the condemnation of Israel’s blocking Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande’s visit to Palestine.

Zuma man grabs top IEC job

He has not even started his new job but the new chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission could already be facing a court challenge.

Hot topics

Hate and fear in KZN

Zimbabwean Sthulisile Mpofu was at home on Saturday when a group of men knocked on her door and threatened to beat her if she did not leave immediately.

Demand for 10% increase would add R20 billion to government's wage bill

The 10% wage increase currently being demanded by public sector trade unions would add R20 billion to government’s wage bill over the amount provided for in the 2015-16 budget‚ Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said in Parliament.

DA wants child maintenance defaulters blacklisted

On Wednesday‚ Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille will launch a national petition in support of blacklisting child maintenance defaulters.

Zuma tells students to stop criticising, start doing

Health workers trained at South Africa's third tertiary institution opened since the commencement of South African democracy must be professional patriots.

Call for ministers to stop Randfontein and Westonaria cuts

The Democratic Alliance (DA) will petition Public Enterprises Minister Lynn Brown and Minister Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Pravin Gordhan to intervene in the Randfontein and Westonaria local municipalities before Eskom switches off the lights.

EFF denies violating its employees' rights

The Economic Freedom Fighters has dismissed reports that it is violating the rights of its own employees by saying disgruntled “expelled or suspended” members are behind the allegations.

Opportunity for DA to redefine itself

The Democratic Alliance (DA) could use the departure of leader Helen Zille to shake its tag as a party of white South Africans.

Mmusi's big chance

The DA is poised to elect its first black leader following Helen Zille's surprise announcement that she will not stand for re-election as head of the party.

Brand Zille had plenty pull

The DA is going to miss Brand Zille now that the party leader has stepped down after eight years at the helm.

Local government

Eight municipalities failing dismally on 2014/15 budget spending

Eight of the 21 municipalities in Mpumalanga are failing to spend their 2015 capital budgets‚ compromising service delivery in the process. Some are failing to spend any capital budget at all.

DA's shadow MEC for health goes to Natalspruit Hospital, told to go to hell

The Democratic Alliance will be demanding answers about why two of its members were allegedly barred from entering the Natalspruit Hospital.

Johannesburg introduces new Ombud

The city of Johannesburg has appointed a City Ombudsman‚ Siduduzo Gumede.

Ekurhuleni to invest R200 million to build water reservoirs

The Ekurhuleni Municipal says it will invest R200 million into building water reservoirs to alleviate water shortage similar to those experienced last year.