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Constitutionality of affirmative action, BEE to be challenged in Concourt

The Constitutional Court is on Thursday expected to hear a case brought by trade union Solidarity and Saripa.

Mangosuthu Buthelezi: I did not walk these last 42 years alone

After more than four decades at the helm of the IFP, Buthelezi announced that he would be stepping down at the party's next elective conference

All lives matter, not just whites – ANC on #BlackMonday march

ANC spokesperson Zizi Kodwa said all lives mattered.

Dozens arrested for public violence in suspected metered taxi strike

Dozens of suspects have been arrested and will appear in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court for public violence. Two Uber vehicles were torched.

‘Spanking judgement sets a dangerous precedent’

Freedom of Religion SA on Monday said a high court ruling which ordered parents to no longer spank their children would set a dangerous precedent.

‘Maine belongs in an old age home’ – ANCYL member calls for leader’s removal

Thabo Molamu, speaking on behalf of the youth league ward in Moses Kotane in the North West, said, "That man is old, he is not our president."

Zuma recounts apartheid police arrest during Groot Marico monument launch

President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday recalled the day in 1963 when he, along with 51 others were arrested by the apartheid security branch police.

Steve Biko paid the supreme price to liberate black people – Zuma

"His ideals of self-reliance are more relevant than ever now as we push a radical socio-economic transformation agenda"

Manyi reveals he’s sole shareholder of firm that bought ANN7, New Age

Manyi revealed that he is the sole shareholder in Lodidox, and invited selected journalists to view shareholder documents at a press briefing.

State capture money will be used to steal 2019 elections says ANC veteran

Chikane says the main objective was to corrupt the 2019 elections.

‘We are not for sale’ – MK vets deny Bell Pottinger links

The organisation said this after allegations surfaced in an amaBhungane Gupta email leaks report.

South Africa failed in its to arrest Al-Bashir – ICC

The International Criminal Court on Thursday found South Africa failed in not arresting Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.

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