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Former Minister of Sports and Recreation Fikile Mbalula’s testimony is what South Africans have been salivating for. His name has been thrown out and about at the commission that one would wonder...
Fikile Mbalula

Mbalula: No ANC NEC Members Backed Me When I Raised Gupta Issue In Meeting

CAPE TOWN/JOHANNESBURG - Fikile Mbalula has confirmed that he received a congratulatory phone call from one of the Guptas before he'd been informed he'd been promoted to Cabinet.The...
Omry Makgoale

Opinion: Sharpeville Struggle Continues To Haunt South Africa

It was on 21 March 1960 under the leadership of Pan African Congress leader Robert Sobukwe that the people of South Africa - in particular, the people of Sharpeville - marched against...
e-toll

Gauteng ANC: Motorists Won’t Be Blacklisted Over E-Toll Debt

PRETORIA - The African National Congress (ANC) in Gauteng says that it is still waiting for a solution to e-tolls from the national government and has condemned the Electronic Toll Collection Company applying for default...
Gwede Mantashe

Mantashe: ‘ANC Won’t Make New Promises In Western Cape’

CAPE TOWN - The African National Congress (ANC) national chairperson says that the party is not going to make new promises to people in the Western Cape.Gwede Mantashe was in...
rape day video game

SA Urged To Support Ban Of Controversial ‘Rape Day’ Video Game

A new video game called Rape Day, created by an independent developer is set to be released in April.Set in a zombie apocalypse, the central character, is described...
Jacob Zuma

Zuma: Russian Nuclear Deal Would’ve Solved SA’s Power Crisis – Report

JOHANNESBURG - Former President Jacob Zuma has reportedly said that a potential nuclear deal with Russia would have prevented the country’s energy crisis.Eskom has been struggling to keep the lights...

Our Housing Demands Are Falling On Deaf Ears, Say Protesting Parkwood Residents

CAPE TOWN - Law enforcement officials will continue to monitor Parkwood and Lavender Hill on Friday morning following violent protests.Demonstrations over housing flared up again on Thursday.

No Imminent Plans To Start Water Cuts Due To Load Shedding, Says City Of...

JOHANNESBURG - The City of Joburg says there are no imminent plans to start water cuts due to stage 4 load shedding.The city said on Thursday water supply remained stable...
Sunday Times

Sunday Times Asked To Return Journalism Award For Tainted ‘Death Squad’ Stories

The Sunday Times has officially been stripped of the journalism award given for its controversial reporting on the Cato Manor 'death squad'.The conveners of the Taco Kuiper Award...

Gauteng Police Launch Manhunt For Suspects Behind Cop’s Murder

JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng Police Commissioner Lieutenant-General Elias Mawela has urged police to use all the resources available to them to ensure the suspects responsible for the murder of a police officer are arrested.

Malema: Sharpeville Residents Only See ANC On Human Rights Day

JOHANNESBURG - Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has criticised the African National Congress (ANC) for only attending commemorations in Sharpeville during Human Rights Day and not assisting residents by providing basic services in the...

Some Relief For South Africa As Eskom Moves To Stage 2 Load Shedding

CAPE TOWN/JOHANNESBURG - Some relief for power-starved South Africans on Friday morning as Eskom announces stage 2 load shedding.It’s been several days of prolonged rolling power cuts as...
Parkwood

Road Closure As Protesters Burn Tyres In Parkwood

CAPE TOWN – A protest got under way in Parkwood on Thursday and authorities were forced to close Prince George Drive between Dick Berton and De Waal.This came...
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3 Dead, One Critically Wounded In ‘Execution Style’ Shooting In PE

CAPE TOWN - One woman is in a critical condition in hospital following a shooting that left three others dead in Walmer, Port Elizabeth.Police officers were on patrol...

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