The behaviour of EFF MPs in Parliament was a threat to the country’s hard-won democracy, says the ANC.
- Springbok rugby team is still too white – Desmond Tutu
- Athletics stars get set for Stockholm Diamond League
- New-look Wits ‘scrappy’ but finally coming right – Gavin Hunt
- 12 South African athletes make Africa’s IAAF Continental Cup squad
- Mandla Masango eyes Bafana call-up after impressive run for Chiefs
In our society, with all the criticisms, he is some kind of example for where he comes from.
City Press on Twitter
- IEC threatens end of the party for 21 nonpayers: http://t.co/Rt0LAMpB5s 3 hours ago
- #Nkandla: SIU is not empowered to make report public: http://t.co/tEG5E1RqeD 3 hours ago
- High-level partnership will turn around schools, says Angie Motshekga: http://t.co/EDwUq4GQa1 4 hours ago
- Mfundi Vundla: ‘Sacked actors betrayed me’: http://t.co/hlnCDTaRv7 by @zinhlemap #Generations 5 hours ago
- Robbers steal R1m worth of goods from Pretoria iStore: http://t.co/kvml9f289H 6 hours ago
Charity is a step back in alleviating poverty. At the recent economic summit held in the US, President Barack Obama stressed the need to increase funding to Africa.
The ANC stalwart, Pallo Jordan, did the right thing. Upon being found to have pimped his qualifications by the Sunday Times, he resigned as an MP.