A top government spy with a dubious past and close ties to President Jacob Zuma has allegedly been nominated to become South Africa’s new ambassador to Japan.
ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe says the ANC has an appetite to resolve the demarcation debacles of the troubled Vuwani communities in Limpopo, just like it is doing in the Matatiele Municipality – incorporating the latter back into KwaZulu-Natal from the Eastern Cape.
Trade federation Cosatu believes it was dealt a rotten hand after supporting President Jacob Zuma and his camp’s ascendancy to leadership at the ANC’s 2007 national conference in Polokwane.
The newly formed trade union federation will not be joining any “Zuma must go” marches, saying South Africa’s problems are bigger than President Jacob Zuma.
State Security Agency officials, angry at having been sidelined, have accused their boss of orchestrating a power grab and are embarking on a fightback campaign.
The six cows that Lesiba left to his widow Daphney Manganyi and their two children are the only things standing between the family and starvation.
Impoverished Mpumalanga parents spent R300 for their children to be transported 30km away to attend better-performing schools in Gauteng.
Four-year-old Akhulile Mkhovu is a bright little girl whose dream is to one day become a nurse.
Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has begged ANC members not to give up on the party, saying the party now needs their help to get it out of its ‘dark time.’
A 14-year-old boy sustained minor injuries after a shark bit his leg at Plettenberg Bay.