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D-day for Nkandla Concourt ruling

The Constitutional Court will today pass judgment regarding Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home. Here's what that will entail.

ANCYL thinks Mmusi Maimane has ‘Stockholm syndrome’

The ANC Youth League insists that the DA is a breeding ground for racists and called for medical attention to aid "our sick brother".

Malema’s fraud trial to get under way

The fraud trial of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema and his co-accused is expected to start in Polokwane on Monday.

Presidency defends Zuma’s Marikana remarks

President Jacob Zuma's comments about Marikana did not mean he condoned the shooting to death of 34 mineworkers, the presidency said.

Young Lions elect new leaders for the first time since 2013

The ANCYL has elected new leaders in Limpopo, the first time new officials have been chosen since the league was disbanded in 2013.

NPA dismisses with ‘contempt’ Malema’s allegations of interference

The NPA denies it interfered in Julius Malema's corruption case, saying its decision to prosecute Malema was based on credible evidence.

Ramatlhodi denies abandoning platinum strike talks

The mines minister says a state task team that intervened in Amcu's wage negotiations has "done enough work" for the parties to continue.

David Makhura is Gauteng’s new premier

ANC provincial secretary David Makhura will take over as the premier of Gauteng rather than Ntombi Mekgwe - as was widely expected.

‘Stop this culture of impunity’ – Ramphele on Zuma, Tlakula

As part of a group of parties calling on Pansy Tlakula to resign, Agang SA's leader has criticised the IEC chairperson as well as Jacob Zuma.

Irvin Jim: Numsa leaving Cosatu is on the table

Following the leaking of a document about Numsa's decision to leave Cosatu, Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim says the option is being discussed.

Malema’s visit to Vaal students leaves much to be desired

Students have responded with mixed reactions to an address by EFF leader Julius Malema at the Vaal University of Technology.

Zuma welcomes French investment in SA

President Jacob Zuma has welcomed French President François Hollande, saying his visit will increase trade between the two countries.

ANC on Tlokwe: Perhaps we should have acted faster

Even though the ANC should have acted faster on corruption claims against Tlokwe's former mayor, he should not have been voted out, says the party.

Zuma for president: ANC North West picks Msholozi

The ANC in the North West has nominated President Jacob Zuma for a second term as party leader.

Voting for ANC top six closes in Mangaung

Delegates at the ANC's conference finished voting for the party's top six officials and results are expected to be announced later in the day.

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