Former ANC treasurer-general Mathews Phosa has snubbed the office of the inspector-general of intelligence after it invited him to discuss a report calling Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza an apartheid-era spy.
Sizwe sama Yende
A Mpumalanga private school has won a court battle to remain open until a decision to close it down is reviewed.
Officials from the Mbombela municipality in Mpumalanga are accused of reserving 30 jobs for ANC cadres.
A head of security of former ANC treasurer-general and Mpumalanga premier, Mathews Phosa, has appeared briefly in court on an intimidation charge.
The Mpumalanga ANC Youth League has accused former ANC treasurer-general and premier Mathews Phosa of hating blacks and being too close to whites.
The spy allegations against Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza seem to boost his political standing among ANC structures rather than ruin his reputation.
Backers and foes of ANC chairperson and Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza are at odds over whether allegations that he was an apartheid spy will harm his bid for a position in the party’s national top six.
For young people who don’t have the means to study, the Upbeat Youth Centre offers a chance to learn a skill and gain a footing in the job market, writes Sizwe Sama Yende.
The South African Communist Party suspected that there were remnants of apartheid-era spies working to destroy the party long before claims that Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza was a spy surfaced.
Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza says litigation against former ANC treasurer Mathews Phosa will clear him of accusations levelled against him, including those linking him to political assassinations.
Mpumalanga police are hunting a group of men who disrupted a meeting about the closure of a notorious private school and assaulted provincial education department officials.
Mpumalanga ANC office bearer Nathaniel Mashile has hired a public relations company to clean up his battered image following a video that showed him dishing out cash to revellers at a Johannesburg night club.
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