South Africa remains a divided society 20 years into democracy, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
President Jacob Zuma has been beaten in court after trying to withdraw a certificate of recognition from abaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela claims that her late former husband, Nelson Mandela, acted “irregularly and unlawfully” – and may even have committed fraud – when he registered a plot of land in Qunu in his own name.
It’s 8pm and the Solontsi family misses Generations.
Mandla Mandela, who faces assault and gun-pointing charges, today referred to his late grandfather in his bid to clear his name.
Mlamli Ngudle, the teacher who claims Mandla Mandela assaulted him after a road rage incident, allegedly tried to extort millions from the accused.
A state witness has testified about how he saw Mandla Mandela taking his firearm from his car before pointing it at his victim in an apparent road rage incident.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s lawyer has indicated that the struggle veteran and ANC MP was mounting a serious legal battle over the assets of her ex-husband and late former president Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela’s ex-wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, has challenged the late icon’s estate and has claimed ownership of the Mandela family home in Qunu, Eastern Cape.
President Jacob Zuma is confident that, through the extended public works programme, the government will create 6 million jobs in the next five years.
The Eastern Cape’s matrics will get at least a 70% pass mark in 2014.
Nothing has changed since 1994, the people say. In fact, the situation is much, much worse.
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Thursday morning. The last day of Mampara Week. Where I come from, that’s the week before payday.
It should be increasingly difficult for South Africa’s top executives to justify their enormous pay packages, given the furore over excessive pay, the country’s high level of unemployment, and the huge disparity between the highest- and lowest-paid employees at companies.