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‘Whoever takes over from Madonsela is going to have to up their game’

SA is in a moral and leadership credibility crisis‚ warned Makhosi Khoza‚ the chairwoman of Parliament's ad hoc committee to appoint a new Public Protector.

ANC in KZN puts forward ‘best of the best’ as mayoral candidates

The African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal is confident that the women and men put forward as mayoral candidates in the province can lead them to a decisive victory.

Cope to announce action on ‘toxic’ crisis at SABC

The Congress of the People (Cope) will on Tuesday outline its action plan to tackle the “turmoil at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) caused by COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng”.

How Treasury arrived at the figure of R7.8 million Zuma must pay for Nkandla

In its March ruling‚ the Constitutional Court found that the findings of the public protector were binding and that President Jacob Zuma’s failure to comply with the remedial action taken against him‚ by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela in her 2014 report Secure in Comfort‚ was inconsistent with the Constitution.
President Jacob Zuma answers questions at Parliament in Cape Town

Presidency studying Treasury report on Nkandla

The Presidency has confirmed it has received the report submitted by the National Treasury to the Constitutional Court on how much President Jacob Zuma must pay for non-security upgrades to his Nkandla homestead but will only comment on it later.

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President Jacob Zuma answers questions at Parliament in Cape Town

‘Zuma must man up and face the judges‚’ Cope says after Spy Tapes ruling

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said its head Shaun Abrahams will study the judgment which dismissed his application for leave to appeal a judgment setting aside a 2009 decision to discontinue the prosecution of Jacob Zuma.

Residents threaten to torch ANC candidate's home

Residents in Snathing, Pietermaritzburg, have threatened to torch the house of ward councillor Sipho Madonda if he is not removed as the ward 11 candidate for the local government elections in August.

Cosatu supports ‘all ANC mayoral candidates in Gauteng’‚ urges end to ‘anarchy’

The Congress of South African Trade Union of South Africa (Cosatu) has thrown its weight behind the African National Congress (ANC) Gauteng mayoral candidates ahead of the local government elections.

‘Lame duck’ Didiza won’t be able to rein in ANC’s ‘hyenas’‚ opposition parties say

Thoko Didiza is committed “to building on a record of rising unemployment‚ endemic corruption‚ inadequate service delivery and rampant crime”.

Kodwa tells ANC’s Young Lions to ‘think like an elephant’‚ rather than rush with the ‘speed of a cheetah’

African National Congress (ANC) spokesperson Zizi Kodwa cautioned an impatient ANC Youth League (ANCYL) against rushed decisions after the Young Lions said they needed to take over the reins from the mother body for things to move with speed.

EFF blames Tshwane deaths on ‘shameful ANC black-on-black terror attacks’

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in Gauteng has described the violence in which has claimed at least five lives in Tshwane this week as “shameful African National Congress (ANC) black-on-black terror attacks”.

Icasa to hear complaint about SABC’s protest footage blackout

The Democratic Alliance (DA) is on Friday set to picket outside the offices of the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) ahead of the hearing of a complaint about censorship at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).
President Jacob Zuma answers questions at Parliament in Cape Town

DA confident off ‘favourable’ court outcome on Zuma's corruption charges

The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Friday said it was “confident” that the National Prosecuting Authority’s (NPA) “application for leave to appeal in the matter relating to President Jacob Zuma's corruption charges” would be dismissed.

PAC meets IEC deadline for municipal elections

The Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC) survived exclusion from the 2016 Municipal Election by a thread on Thursday.

Thoko Didiza speaks about violent resistance to her candidacy as Tshwane mayor

African National Congress Tshwane mayoral candidate Thoko Didiza on Thursday said she has never been made to feel like a "foreigner" in the capital city.

Local government

ANC offers bursary to woman charging Fransman with sexual assault

Louisa Wynand‚ the young woman who laid sexual assault charges against Western Cape ANC leader Marius Fransman‚ was allegedly offered a full bursary by the party.

MEC calls for end to KZN taxi violence

KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport‚ Community Safety and Liaison‚ Mxolisi Kaunda‚ has called on the taxi industry in the province to end violence and work for peace and stability.

Government committed to land restitution

The government says it is committed to reversing the legacy of the 1913 Natives Land Act‚ the implementation of which instigated a long and devastating history of forced removals and evictions of Africans from their ancestral lands.
Danny Jordaan March  03. 2014.   SAFA  President  during the   press conference at Johannesburg.   Pic

DA: ‘ANC candidates list represents corruption‚ declining service delivery and unemployment’

The Democratic Alliance says the mayoral candidates list announced by the ANC on Saturday night represents corruption‚ declining service delivery and unemployment.

Civic organisation appeals to ANC to act against 'hooligans'

The South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) on condemned political violence at local government level and announced it was relaunching street committees‚ which officials said would focus on water saving and food gardens.

Government committed to land restitution

The government says it is committed to reversing the legacy of the 1913 Natives Land Act‚ the implementation of which instigated a long and devastating history of forced removals and evictions of Africans from their ancestral lands.
Danny Jordaan March  03. 2014.   SAFA  President  during the   press conference at Johannesburg.   Pic

DA: ‘ANC candidates list represents corruption‚ declining service delivery and unemployment’

The Democratic Alliance says the mayoral candidates list announced by the ANC on Saturday night represents corruption‚ declining service delivery and unemployment.

Civic organisation appeals to ANC to act against 'hooligans'

The South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) on condemned political violence at local government level and announced it was relaunching street committees‚ which officials said would focus on water saving and food gardens.