Sisanda Aluta Mbolekwa is a political reporter for the Sunday Times and TimesLive. She holds BA Media and Politics and BA Honours in Journalism degrees from Wits University. She has a keen interest in the governance and politics of the country, with a focus on local government, service delivery, youth and gender-related current affairs.
Party is adamant the only way to restore stability is to dismantle the council and start from scratch
The multiparty charter, consisting of the DA, ActionSA, FF Plus, IFP, ACDP, UIM, SNP and Isanco, wants civil society to help change the country's ...
Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie has apologised to supporters after his party's 10th anniversary celebrations fell flat at the weekend.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says ending gender-based violence is his government's priority.
The new Joburg speaker spells out her priorities for fractious council to Sisanda Mbolekwa
Up to October 31, R48.6m had been spent of the R65m allocated to address murder and other contact crimes at top 30 police stations in the thick of it
The punishment is vindictive and an attempt to suppress dissent against Cyril Ramaphosa, says party spokesperson
ActionSA has blamed its former coalition partner, the DA, for allegedly refusing an opportunity to reclaim the City of Johannesburg.
The IEC has dismissed allegations that it has been infiltrated by members of the ANC-aligned South African Democratic Teachers Union.
Margaret Arnolds from the African Independent Congress party has been elected unopposed as speaker in the City of Johannesburg.