Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has made an impassioned plea to the ANC to stop the name calling and rein in officials who are making “unwarranted” attacks on the integrity of her office.
Paramount Group, Africa’s largest privately owned arms dealer, has created an aircraft that is more like something out of a Transformers movie than a plane – and it’s South African born and bred.
After two years, answers are still in short supply when it comes to the events of a bloody week in August that left 44 people dead.
The Marikana Commission of Inquiry into the deaths of 44 people, mostly mineworkers, had to be adjourned early today as emotions ran high. Family members found reliving the events unbearable.
- ‘Tokoloshe’ creates graffiti for Marikana victims
- Cyril Ramaphosa killed Marikana miners for profit – protesters
- No holds barred in Cyril Ramaphosa, Dali Mpofu exchange over Marikana
- Cyril Ramaphosa: I wasn’t that influential in Marikana
- Marikana: Cyril Ramaphosa unmoved by ‘blood on your hands’ heckles
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has been accused of being a “liar” who was motivated by his financial interests when he asked his comrades to intervene in the turmoil that resulted in the deaths of 34 people in Marikana on August 16 2012.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has been heckled at the Marikana commission of inquiry by a group in the public gallery who accused him of having “blood” on his hands.
- Cyril Ramaphosa ‘used Nathi Mthethwa to exert political pressure’
- You have blood on your hands, Cyril Ramaphosa told
- Ramaphosa called for ‘deadly violence’, Marikana lawyer claims
- Watch – Ramaphosa on Marikana email, the rainbow nation and running for president
- I was calling for peace in Marikana – Ramaphosa
Classes are set to resume tomorrow at the University of Limpopo’s Medunsa campus in Ga-Rankuwa after it was closed down this week following two weeks of violent student protests.
The City of Tshwane is in talks with the department of international relations and cooperation to build the African Union’s (AU) Pan-African Parliament in South Africa’s capital city – at a cost of R6 billion.
Talk about keeping it in the family: municipal employees, councillors, their close relatives and civil servants in other government departments raked in more than R540 million in municipal tenders during the 2012/13 financial year.
When Xolile George took the reins at the SA Local Government Association (Salga) in 2007, municipalities didn’t take the organisation seriously.
Auditor General Kimi Makwetu has released his latest municipal audit reports – and it’s not a pretty picture.
R60 million can buy you a lot of flashy cars – just ask South Africa’s Cabinet ministers.
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The actors and actresses of Generations, who are currently on strike, had their contracts terminated by the SABC. The big question is: how much does the show make?
There are many questions that arose after the chaotic scenes seen in Parliament this week.