The South African National Editors’ Forum has reminded reporters to uphold high standards during coverage of the elective conference, which starts in two days’ time.
A number of ANC members in the Free State claim that there were irregularities in the selection of delegates to the ANC’s National Elective Conference.
The North Gauteng High Court ruled that Zuma’s appointment of Shaun Abrahams was invalid.
Universities SA said it has to draw up realistic budgets while the country waits for a pronouncement on the Fees Commission’s report.
Presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma called for unity in the party and an end to faction fighting.
A full bench of the high court found that the president was ‘conflicted’ because the NPA is considering whether to bring corruption charges against him.
The trade union federation welcomed Wednesday’s ruling that dismissed the president’s application to have the Public Protector’s State of Capture report set aside.
As the African National Congress (ANC) gears up to elect a new leader in December, the voting process at the elective conference takes centre stage.
The ANC will be electing a new party leader in December at Nasrec, Johannesburg. The party meets in this way every 5 years, and the previous conference was held in Mangaung.
eTV commissioned a poll, exploring sentiment ahead of the elective conference.
State witness Alex Ferreira was gunned down in Bethelsdorp ten months ago.
In October, the labour union requested an urgent meeting with Police Minister Fikile Mbalula.
The state capture rulings send a strong message that those in power can no longer abuse taxpayers’ money, say opposition parties.
Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions members protested in Cape Town yesterday, against the US’s recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.
In April, the 75-year-old multi-millionaire was handed a-19-year sentence by the Hague for war crimes.
Former public protector Thuli Madonsela said the courts have reinforced the rule of law.
‘There are municipalities that have raised disputes with some portions of the debt owed’.
The ANC caucus in the city rubbished mayor Solly Msimanga’s claims that he had inherited a mess from them.
ANC spokesperson Zizi Kodwa was reacting to the North Gauteng High Court ruling compelling the president to launch an inquiry in 30 days.
The former state prosecutor faces charges of defeating the ends of justice.
The new leadership of the Bojanala region was elected unopposed on September 24, following high court battles.