Matuma Letsoalo is a senior politics reporter at the Mail & Guardian. He joined the newspaper in 2003, focussing on politics and labour, and collaborated with the M&G's centre for investigations, amaBhungane, from time to time. In 2011, Matuma won the South African Journalist of the Year Award and was also the winner in the investigative journalism category in the same year. In 2004, he won the CNN African Journalist of the Year prize – the MKO Abiola Print Journalism Award. Matuma was also a joint category winner of the Mondi Shanduka SA Story of the year Award in 2008. In 2013, he was a finalist for Wits University's Taco Kuiper Award.
A report warns that an ANC faction, disbanded by the party, aims to make a return in the province.
Refusing to bow to political pressure and put Ceppwawu under administration is costing officials in the labour department thousands in legal fees.
Support for the trade union federation's ex-general secretary seems to be waning and his allies splintering.
Eight rebel unions who sympathise with Numsa and Vavi are working with them to try to force a discussion about the transformation of Cosatu.
Cosatu's ally, the South African Communist Party, blames Cosatu's debilitating divisions on their extensive inverstment portfolio.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande says SA is no longer a colony and applauded the government for not arresting Omar al-Bashir.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande said this week that it was time for independent regulation of the print media industry.
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The ANC Youth League is due to elect a new leader in the near future and these are the top contenders.