ANC secretary-general Fikile Mbalula used his party's appearance in impoverished Hammanskraal to blast the DA's seven-year governance of Tshwane, including the Auditor-General-flagged R10.4 billion irregular expenditure.
When members of the community in Gqeberha asked the TS Lanherne Sea Cadet Base on Friday if they could lay flowers at the wall of honour in memory of Gillian Elizabeth Hector, the base immediately opened its doors.
Igshaan Fisher, Jason Abrahams, Vanroy Petersen, Carlo Guenantin and Melvin Guenantin were arrested on charges of aggravated robbery and possession of a firearm after being found with Nick Frischke's backpack and wallet shortly after he disappeared
"Tyranny" is how EFF national spokesperson and MP Sinawo Tambo described the seven parliamentary misconduct charges against him for creating "serious disorder" during President Cyril Ramaphosa's budget vote in June last year.
In the less than six months as executive mayor of Tshwane, Cilliers Brink has had to put out fires and clean the capital city up - figuratively and literally. He invites Muhammad Hussain to the mayoral office to reflect on his short but turbulent time in office.
Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has expressed concern over the State Attorney’s two-year-long failure to recover a now-estimated R36 million in corruption trial defence costs from former president Jacob Zuma – despite being ordered by the courts to do so.
The broke uThukela District Municipality faces a double whammy: it owes service providers and legal companies almost R1 billion for the 2022/23 financial year - and its councillors and employees are waiting to see if they will get their salaries in December.
It's been two years since Naas le Roux was arrested for breaking curfew when he went out to buy baby formula for his then two-day-old baby, but the Centurion dad still suffers from trauma following his ordeal.
Deputy President Paul Mashatile has defended a proposed 1% electoral threshold against strong criticism from UDM leader Bantu Holomisa, whose party would be among those not in Parliament if such a threshold were in place in 2019.