ANC structures and alliance partners have taken a dim view of the ANC Youth League’s call for an early leadership conference.
Newly-appointed Durban mayor Zandile Gumede’s 43 promises for the next five years...
At least 16 out of 26 South African universities are facing a financial crisis, the Democratic Alliance has said.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters denied that she had stopped a probe into possible corruption involving contracts worth billions of rand at the Prasa.
SA print media newsrooms had taken significant steps towards transformation but more still needed to be done, Minister Faith ...
President Jacob Zuma says he has no power to stop the Hawks’ investigation involving Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Advocate George Bizos, Helen Suzman Foundation director Francis Antonie and retired Constitutional Court Judge Johann Kriegler ...
Cosatu says it is not “violently” opposed to calls by some quarters for an early ANC elective congress.
Members of Section 27 and Corruption Watch are outside the Hawks offices in Pretoria, where two former Sars officials are being questioned.
Support for Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan mounts as civil society, a union federation and a business group worry about the economy.
Civil society groups have criticised the Hawks for pursuing “a vilification campaign” against former SA Revenue Services officials.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has called for a parliamentary debate over the latest twist in the Pravin Gordhan saga.
Members of Section 27 are demonstrating outside the Hawks offices, where two former Sars officials have arrived for questioning.
Jacob Zuma appears to be going for broke in a battle to maintain his grip on power - and the first casualties have been SA’s rand and bonds.
This is the full statement released by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan in response to the letter from the Hawks.