Helen Zille’s decision to step down as the Democratic Alliance’s leader has left the Economic Freedom Fighters as the only credible opposition to the ruling ANC.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is expected to visit Alexandra today where he will embark on a campaign against xenophobic violence.
Did President Jacob Zuma fail the test of being a father to his own children, so much so that they are out of order?
North Gauteng High Court Judge Thokozile Masipa, who is vying for the post of judge president of the Limpopo Division of the High Court, faced the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) in Cape Town this past week.
It was fair comment by the Economic Freedom Fighters to say the ANC government killed people in Marikana, the Western Cape High Court has ruled.
Wandisile Warra Maneli writes an open letter to the Economic Freedom Fighters.
The collapse of an agreement EFF leader Julius Malema reached with Sars to settle his tax bill, and its bid to sequestrate him, is politically motivated, says his lawyer.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) – which has projected itself as the champion of the working class and the poor – stands accused of violating the rights of its own workers.
Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr says illiteracy is to blame for the recent defacement of historical statues, particularly that of Paul Kruger.
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.
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I’m busy working on Saturday’s babalaas when I get an SMS from a government spin doctor: “King Goodwill Zwelithini is going to talk about the xenophobia at KwaHlongwa near Maphumulo in a couple of hours’ time.”
I want to express my utter disgust at what has happened in South Africa recently and would like to clarify a few economic reasons that cause xenophobia.
South Africa was galvanised into saying #StopTheHate this past week.