Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has claimed opposition MPs risked being assassinated in Parliament unless presiding officers were prevented from calling police into the National Assembly.
The motion of no confidence debate in President Jacob Zuma almost descended into chaos in Parliament yesterday when Economic Freedom Fighters MP Primrose Sonti referred to foreigners as Shangaans.
The provisional sequestration order against Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema regarding his outstanding tax bill will be argued in the North Gauteng High Court in June.
President Jacob Zuma has vehemently denied dodging questions about the Nkandla matter saying that he had always been available to address the issue in Parliament.
President Jacob Zuma has revealed that he has not even thought of paying back some of the money that was spent on non-security measures at his private residence in Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal.
President Jacob Zuma will return to the National Assembly to face questions about the instability in the criminal justice institutions and on the electricity crisis in his first question and answer session in over six months.
Election watchers who had expected the Lesotho poll to erupt in violence had nothing to write home about, except for an incident at the SADC mission in Maseru over the weekend.
Spy claims against Thuli Madonsela, Julius Malema, Lindiwe Mazibuko, and Joseph Mathunjwa were dismissed as rubbish.
True to his magnanimous leadership trait, President Jacob Zuma commended the Economic Freedom Fighters’ Julius Malema, the Inkatha Freedom Party’s Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi and Cope’s Mosiuoa Lekota as some of the debaters who contributed valuably to the two-day debate on the state of the nation address in Parliament.
Our country has been in a crisis of racialised inequality and poverty for more than three centuries now.
Everyone’s raving about how great President Jacob Zuma’s response to the Sona debate was. But lest we forget, this man is called Gedleyihlekisa, the one who hits you hard while smiling with you.
Some fighters came with a purpose, others came for the party, and a few drily said they were duped.
Suspended EFF MP Khanyisile Litchfield-Tshabalala has slammed party leader Julius Malema, claiming he called her and other women “tea girls” and so undermined the profession.
President Jacob Zuma was on a charm offensive in Parliament while responding to a two-day debate on his state of the nation address.
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Rhodes was a nasty piece of work. The statue should have been pulled down and given to the Apartheid Museum in about May 1994.
Hendrik Verwoerd and the Broederbond must be happy that Africans have accepted the term ‘blacks’.
The problems at Eskom came to a head late this week when Standard & Poor’s relegated it to junk status. The ratings agency said it had less confidence in Eskom because of the suspension last week of four of its senior executives.