Genevieve Quintal

National Assembly set to debate motion to remove Zuma

Calls for President Jacob Zuma's removal from office have had support from some ANC stalwarts, including Ahmed Kathrada and a few ANC Gauteng members.

Concourt: Zuma failed to uphold the Constitution

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has said that the remedial action taken by the public protector against President Zuma had a binding effect.

D-day for Nkandla Concourt ruling

The Constitutional Court will today pass judgment regarding Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home. Here's what that will entail.

Graduation day for Julius Malema

The EFF founder will graduate from Unisa with a bachelor's degree in political science.

Gauteng officials to be criminally charged for tender irregularities

Local government employees will face prosecution for the improper awarding of contracts.

Zuma personally handling Gordhan, Moyane clash

Cabinet says the president has taken it upon himself to resolve tensions between the finance minister and Sars commissioner.

‘Sizani felt betrayed by Zuma’

Opposition parties have claimed that ANC chief whip Stone Sizani resigned because he could no longer "defend the indefensible in Parliament"

Political parties condemn university violence

The ANC, DA and EFF have spoken out against the escalating violence and apparent deterioration of race relations across SA's universities.

Top quotes from the Sona debate

Insults, nursery rhymes and fairytales: Here are the best quotes from the first two days of the State of the Nation address debate.

State of the Nation address: Cloud hangs over Zuma

The president will deliver his annual address to the nation today, just two days after the Concourt reserved judgment in an application against him.

Malema refuses ‘crook’ Zuma’s offer, calls for Guptas to leave SA

The EFF has rejected Zuma's Nkandla proposal and accuses the president of trying to influence the Constitutional Court judges.

Maimane on Zuma’s Nkandla offer: We will not settle

The Democratic Alliance wants the powers of the public protector to be recognised and will thus not settle out of court, says Mmusi Maimane.

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