Journalists should get their facts straight before making assumptions, writes Lesiba Seshoka
- Brian Hlongwa corruption allegations taken to integrity committee
- KZN councillors slash R1.3m from personal debt to councils
- ‘Expel Israeli ambassador’ say pro-Palestine picketers
- King Zwelithini’s sixth wedding, tight deadlines and 3G gridlock
- Aleck Skhosana questions team selection for African Championships
City Press on Twitter
- Top doctor dies from Ebola after treating dozens: http://t.co/PGoB069p9i 2 hours ago
- Buy one of SA’s banks, Tito Mboweni tells government: http://t.co/Es3oB7cGJ7 2 hours ago
- Radovan Krejcir, George Louca Interpol files stolen: http://t.co/qPyxXha6Ek 3 hours ago
- Parliament tightens screws on politicians’ business dealings: http://t.co/Ja2gfO3PT7 3 hours ago
- Nationalisation is capitalism by a new name, writes @telbelsa: http://t.co/SFjdP4ZPlT 4 hours ago
In the wake of Mandela Day, Milisithando Bongela questions what the pervasive image of Madiba and the narrative of ‘reconciliation’ really means.
Readers react cynically to the news that Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi is cracking the whip over Nkandla spending
The era of having your cake and eating it seems to be coming to an end for government officials suspended on full pay. That’s if Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane gets his way.