Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent

Andisiwe Makinana is a political correspondent for the Sunday Times.

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
'We were caught napping': deputy president on Covid-19 corruption

Deputy president David Mabuza says the government was caught napping regarding Covid-19 corruption, saying that some of its procurement systems left ...

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
MPs lament lack of SA female candidates for AU commission positions

MPs have come down hard on South African officials for fielding two men for the position of the deputy chairperson of the African Union Commission ...

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
Cape Town refugee crisis far from over amid government squabbles

Government's plans to deal with foreign nationals who occupied the Greenmarket Square in Cape Town a year ago remains unclear as the City of Cape ...

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
Bongani Bongo back in parliament, says ANC deciding if he should 'step aside'

ANC MP Bongani Bongo was back in parliament on Tuesday, chairing the home affairs portfolio committee and saying his party was still processing ...

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
More travellers allowed to visit SA as list of high-risk countries is revised

The government has revised its list of high-risk countries and will now allow visitors to SA to stay for three months or longer, subject to Covid-19 ...

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
Man accused of murdering Senekal farmer was arrested 16 times: Bheki Cele

Police minister Bheki Cele has revealed that one of the men arrested for killing Senekal farm manager Brendin Horner had been arrested 16 times.

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
Ipid investigating more than 700 cases of police misconduct since lockdown

Watchdog says most cases relate to complaints of torture and assault by officers

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
Zim flight: ANC, state stay mum on repayment plan

There is a veil of secrecy around how the ANC will reimburse the state for the costs of transporting a group of party bigwigs to Zimbabwe in a South ...

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
DA North West leader to step down from position, but remains blue

DA North West leader Joe McGluwa will not seek re-election for another term when the party elects provincial leaders later this year.

Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent
DA is on the right track and must stay the course: John Steenhuisen

DA interim leader John Steenhuisen says the party is on the right track since it changed direction about a year ago following an internal review.

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