Latest articles on Cassel Mathale

Tussle for top posts in Limpopo

Candidates with dubious track records and calls for young leaders are part of the election build-up

Mathale’s wife back in court over illegal mining

The wife of former Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale and four others have appeared in the Maake Magistrate's Court in Mpumalanga.

Mathale remains Limpopo premier until legislature sitting

An official says Cassel Mathale will continue working as Limpopo premier until his resignation is confirmed in a sitting of the Limpopo legislature.

Does Zuma hold the power to fire provincial premiers?

As Cassel Mathale falls on his sword as Limpopo premier after rumours that Jacob Zuma may fire him, we check if this is within the president's power.

Thank you and goodbye: Cassel Mathale resigns

Limpopo's Premier Cassel Mathale has resigned after being recalled by the ANC.

We are not firing Mathale, says ANC

Reports that the ANC's provincial task team in Limpopo has decided to fire premier Cassel Mathale are untrue, says the task team.

Politics need to know: The Gupta, the bad and the ugly

Guptagate turns into a great whodunit; Motshekga agrees to some of Sadtu's demands; while Cassel Mathale is in political hot water again.

ANC rejects DA’s ‘no confidence’ motion for Mathale

The ANC caucus in the Limpopo legislature has rejected an attempt to debate a motion of no confidence in embattled premier Cassel Mathale.

Mathale reports ‘misleading’, says Limpopo government

Limpopo's government has dismissed reports that Premier Cassel Mathale was blocking investigations into provincial officials to protect his interests.

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