Get more Mail & Guardian
Subscribe or Login

Jenni Evans

Team SA get a royal welcome home

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula were at OR Tambo International Airport to give SA's athletes a grand welcome home.

Selebi given strict medical parole conditions

A commissioner for incarceration and corrections says former police head Jackie Selebi must abide a long list of conditions while in "home" detention.

Getting along: Frenemies pull together to celebrate Madiba

Politicians, unionists and NGOs put their differences aside in an outpouring of good wishes to former president Nelson Mandela on his 94th birthday.

Mining sector wants conversation on nationalisation

The nationalisation debate will remain unless the mining industry gets the support of people living around mines, says Mintek CEO Abie Mngomezulu.

Magistrate lambastes police for ‘Spear’ case postponement

The case against two men accused of vandalising a painting depicting President Jacob Zuma with his genitals exposed has been postponed to September 4.

Third arrest after Zuma art attack

A third person was arrested for trying to deface the controversial painting of President Jacob Zuma in the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg.

Juju’s still our leader, say young lions in E Cape, Limpopo

The ANC Youth League in Limpopo and the Eastern Cape are uniting behind Julius Malema, saying he remains their leader until the next election in 2014.

DA tries to keep politics out of Kya Sand protest

The Democratic Alliance says it wants to keep politics out the Kya Sand protests, which might have been renewed because of housing problems.

Vavi: Political consciousness has disappeared

Cosatu secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi questioned his own lifestyle at the Numsa commission, saying the working class had it very tough.

ConCourt hearing could change methods of foreclosure

A mix-up at the Post Office might change the way companies foreclose on those in debt, following a Constitutional Court hearing in Johannesburg.

ANC chief whip lambasts ‘Black Tuesday’ campaign

The ANC's chief whip says the National Press Club's Black Wednesday plan for this week's vote on the secrecy Bill are a senseless distortion of facts

‘Absurd’ Parliament policy news to us, say media

Media organisations say they had not known about a policy forcing journalists to request interviews with MPs through Parliament's media office.

Press Releases

×