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Molefe: My dismissal is unlawful, Brown swayed by politics

Brian Molefe is seeking urgent relief in the Labour Court to set aside his dismissal as Eskom group chief executive.

ANC vows to hound Zille over tweets

DA leader wants the federal executive to speed up hearing as party looks to elections in 2019

Cosatu wakes to its own demons

Engrossed by the ANC’s leadership battles, the trade union federation itself is in serious turmoil

National ANC intervenes in Northern Cape feud Sylvia Lucas’s Cabinet reshuffle

The ANC confirmed that its "top six" has intervened in the province's feud over Premier Sylvia Lucas’s last-minute Cabinet reshuffle

Back Ramaphosa or back down, Cosatu affliates tell S’dumo Dlamini

The union federation's leader faced an unprecedented revolt at its central committee meeting over his endorsement of President Jacob Zuma.

Suite deal: Guptas enticed former Transnet CFO with a stay in luxury Dubai hotel

The Democratic Alliance sent the emails out in an email on Thursday, saying that every person involved in state capture must be held accountable.

Gupta-owned companies pulled out all the stops to ensure lavish Zuma wedding

The Gupta family seemingly spared no expense to ensure their business partner, and the president's son, Duduzane Zuma rang the wedding bells in style.

Zuma will welcome state capture probe

Without mention of the weekend's leaked Gupta emails, Zuma said a probe into state capture would help "recover the facts and remove rumours".

We’ve decided on Molefe’s future – we’ll tell you soon, says Minister Brown

The minister discussed Eskom's chief executive with the National Council of Province's committee on communications and public enterprises.

#GuptaEmails: Family helped Duduzane Zuma buy R18m flat in Dubai

President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, purchased an R18-million flat in Dubai in 2015 with the assistance of the Guptas and their associates.

‘We will not be silenced’: Ramaphosa and Nzimande hit back after ANC’s NEC meeting

President Jacob Zuma’s dissenters in the ANC national executive committee and the alliance defy his warnings for them to stop criticising him.

Email trail: SA ambassador to Netherlands asked Guptas for golf tournament prizes

The man who got the Guptas clearance to land a plane of wedding guests at Waterkloof military base in 2013, asked them to sponsor a golf tournament.

DA calls for Parliament committee on state capture, Maimane to lay charges

the Democratic Alliance's Mmusi Maimane said South Africa is a 'mafia state that is dying' and Parliament had a duty to hold the executive to account.

Van Rooyen sings the Teflon Don’s praises: ‘Zuma is a hero’

Undeterred by being outed in weekend newspapers about having allegedly lied about his trip to Dubai, the minister continues to praise Zuma.

Zuma survives: The 18 NEC members who spoke out

A motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma, tabled at a meeting of the ANC’s national executive committee, has failed.

Report: Zuma faces the axe yet again at ANC NEC

When the meeting began on Saturday in Pretoria, a motion of no confidence had not been tabled.

There’s no blood on the floor yet – Gwede Mantashe on ANC NEC

Mantashe says discussions would be difficult, and the 106 member body cleared all “soft issues” in anticipation of a heated debate on Zuma’s future

Maimane’s Zambia deportation casts spotlight on network of opposition politicians

Both SADC and the African Union have been silent on Hichilema’s arrest, as has the South African government.

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