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Black people still don't control the economy - Zuma
ECONOMY
President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday said black people were still not in charge of the economy. He was speaking at the African National Congress Youth League's (ANCYL) 'Economic Freedom in Our...
 
 
No 'quick solution' in sight to Zim cash crisis – finance minister
POLITICS
Zimbabwean Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has reportedly said that the cash crisis in the southern African country is set to continue for a long time. This was despite the Reserve Bank of...
 
 
It is our responsibility to cleanse the ANC - ANCYL's Maine
POLITICS
African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) President Collen Maine says the party needs to be cleansed. He was speaking at an ANCYL Economic Freedom Lecture at the Olive Convention Centre in...
 
 
Zuma on Nenegate 'stooges' and never saying surrender
POLITICS
President Jacob Zuma relived Nenegate during a speech at the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) Economic Freedom Lecture at the Olive Convention Centre in Durban on Wednesday, saying...
 
 
We will use next years national policy conference to reflect - Zuma
POLITICS
President Jacob Zuma said on Wednesday the party would use next years’ national policy conference to reflect on progress. “In June next year the African National Congress (ANC) will hold its...
 
 
21 Dec 2016
 
President Zuma will wait for Parliament on SABC board appointment
SABC
President Jacob Zuma will take his cue from Parliament on the formation of an interim South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board. The SABC board collapsed following en masse resignations...
 
 
'I am the most powerful person in South Africa' - Motsoeneng
SABC
Controversial ousted South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng has called himself the most powerful person in South Africa, adding that the SABC had been transformed...
 
 
eThekwini city manager still at work amid claims of sacking
POLITICS
eThekwini Municipality city manager S'bu Sithole on Wednesday dismissed claims that he had been fired by Mayor Zandile Gumede. The Democratic Alliance released a statement on Wednesday saying that...
 
 
Gauteng Hawks boss will not take part in live TV polygraph test
POLITICS
Gauteng Hawks boss Prince Mokotedi will not take part in the televised polygraph test as challenged by Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid), Robert McBride, the Directorate for Priority...
 
 
ANC bus crash drivers summoned to court
COURT
The two drivers who allegedly swapped seats when a bus carrying 65 African Natioal Congress (ANC) members overturned on the N1 in April, have been summoned to appear in the Winburg Regional Court,...
 
 
There’s a resurgence of racial arrogance – ANCYL
POLITICS
The ANC Youth League (ANCYL) slammed the increase in the number of alleged racist incidents on Tuesday, saying that it signals a “resurgence of racial arrogance”. “These racist incidences can no...
 
 
Parliament notes urgency for new SABC board
SABC
Parliament has acknowledged that there is an urgent need to set up a new board for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) following the resignation of the chairperson, Mbulaheni Maghuve....
 
 
Hit squad behind six recent political party assassinations in Durban - SACP
POLITICS
The killing of six KwaZulu-Natal SA Communist Party (SACP) and African National Congress (ANC) members in quick succession is the work of a hit squad, communist party secretary Themba Mthembu said...
 
 
Nqakula apologises to SABC journalist
SABC
Former defence minister Charles Nqakula has apologised to one of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) 8 journalists, Lukhanyo Calata, for not being the critical voice needed during the...
 
 
SA expresses concern over DRC
PROTEST
The South African government has expressed concern over the current situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Department of International Relations and Co-operation (Dirco) said on...
 
 
 
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