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Malema continues to support Shivambu on Momoniat matter

EFF's Floyd Shivambu has faced multiple rebukes for remarks he made about the Treasury's deputy director-general during a committee meeting

ConCourt to rule if Bathabile must pay for Sassa-CPS case

​Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini will find out on today if she is personally liable for legal costs.

Rule 53: Why Zuma must explain Cabinet reshuffle

Contained in the Uniform Rules of Court, it regulates the procedure to be followed in cases of all types of review.

State of the City wrap: Mashaba vows to focus on Joburg’s ‘forgotten people’

Mayor Herman Mashaba has described his predecessor Parks Tau’s administration as one of self-enrichment, mismanagement and incorrect priorities.

Mashaba, EFF to lay charges against ANC councillors over violence at meeting

At least seven people were injured at the integrated development planning forum, attended by residents of the area.

Ministers must admit wrongs, be honest and stop misleading the poor, says Gordhan

The former finance minister, speaking at a memorial service for Ahmed Kathrada, said the struggle stalwart was from a generation of humble leaders.

DA files application to join Sassa Constitutional Court matter

The party wants to become a second applicant in a matter lodged earlier this week by human rights group Black Sash.

#TshwaneUnrest: Stun grenades fired at anti-immigrant march amid tense standoff

A group calling itself the Mamelodi Concerned Residents is leading a march to the department in protest against immigrants in South Africa.

Gerrie Nel on leaving NPA: I’m creating something new

The state advocate said he will join lobby group AfriForum to pursue prosecutions on their behalf - and he may dust off some of his old files.

Calm restored at Union Buildings following #FeesMustFall march

Students expressed disappointment at their lack of control over violent elements within their group after a stand-off between police and protesters.

Albie Sachs: Free housing, food and education were not promised in the Constitution

The retired Constitutional Court judge praised the Fees Must Fall movement for raising important issues, but cautioned against the use of violence.

Adam Habib: Nzimande has not instructed me to shut down Wits

The Wits University vice-chancellor says the last time he saw the minister was at the higher education summit.

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