SA’s endemic corruption requires a ‘biting’ response

Beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) can help tackle corruption, reduce investment risk and improve national and global governance, but implementation remains ‘a sad story’

SA’s endemic corruption requires a ‘biting’ response

Beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) can help tackle corruption, reduce investment risk and improve national and global governance, but implementation remains ‘a sad story’

Africa needs a billion Covid vaccines, but supply is slowing down

Data collected by Unicef shows an alarming drop-off in shipments arriving in the continent since the start of 2022

Rewriting the wrongs – language that is not gender-inclusive

Gendered pronouns are not ‘just words’, but deeply personal and psychologically significant identifiers of personhood

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Fawu wants Cosatu’s Dlamini to pack his bags

The Food and Allied Workers' Union has called for an urgent Cosatu special congress to fast-track the removal of its president, Sidumo Dlamini.

Vavi reveals secret report used to ‘assassinate’ him

Embattled Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has hit back at the federation's leaders by alleging they circulated a report to discredit him.

EFF warns of ANC, Cosatu factions

The Economic Freedom Fighters have warned that all those with a radical agenda will be isolated and portrayed as anti-ANC leading up to the elections.

Vavi faces more hearings, possible sanctions

Zwelinzima Vavi has been released from all his official duties as general secretary of Cosatu pending an investigation.

Vavi’s fate hangs in the balance – along with Cosatu’s

As Cosatu meets to decide on Zwelinzima Vavi's fate, the spotlight will fall on the union's divisive policies and its alliance with the ANC and SACP.

Spotlight on Cosatu as Vavi runs the gauntlet

The special meeting called to discuss charges against Zwelinzima Vavi is similarly a stress test of Cosatu's internal structures and fault lines.

Zuma confirms Madiba’s health improving, but still critical

President Jacob Zuma confirmed that the former statesman is improving in health and thanked South Africans for their prayers.

SAPS: Pule not involved in assassination plot

There is no evidence which suggests the involvement of Dina Pule in the alleged plot to assassinate top parliamentary officials, insists the police.

Winnie Mandela: I was haunted by their screams

At her book launch struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela said she still carries a lot of guilt for choosing the nation over raising her children.

Chaos on Soweto streets as protests continue

Furious Soweto residents have vowed to make the township ungovernable until the Premier of Gauteng addresses them on poor service delivery.

ANC plans early celebration for Tlokwe

The ANC in Tlokwe has split its attention between the highly contested by-elections and the preparations for a massive celebration party.

Tlokwe votes: We gave the ANC its chance

The residents of Tlokwe have cast what they called "the vote to end the era of political loyalty" during the first round of by-elections.

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