Lindiwe Sisulu

 
Aussie Minister Dutton the next prime minister, or the great divider?
Aussie Minister Dutton the next prime minister, or the great divider?
Australia's Minister of Home Affairs Peter Dutton's comments that he wanted to prioritise visas for white South African farmers not only caused a...
Sisulu demands retraction from Australia on land redistribution comments
Sisulu demands retraction from Australia on land redistribution comments
Minister of International Relations and Co-operation Lindiwe Sisulu on Thursday issued a diplomatic demarche – or course of action – to...
Who's who in Cyril's new cabinet
Who's who in Cyril's new cabinet
Mabuza has served as both chair and premier of Mpumalanga since 2008 and 2009 respectively. He was elected as the ANC’s deputy president in...
New deputy president, finance minister announced in major Cabinet reshuffle
New deputy president, finance minister announced in major Cabinet reshuffle
ANC deputy president David Mabuza will be the next deputy president of South Africa once he is sworn in as an MP. In a televised address to the...
Sisulu the frontrunner to become Ramaphosa’s deputy
Sisulu the frontrunner to become Ramaphosa’s deputy
An 11th-hour meeting between President Cyril Ramaphosa and Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has prompted speculation that she may be...
Bathabile beleaguers women
Bathabile beleaguers women
UBaba appears to be getting a taste of his own bitter medicine. When the ANC electoral team announced that Cyril Ramaphosa was the new president of...
In the shadow of #ANC54
In the shadow of #ANC54
David Philip Majatladi, 57, wishes the ANC’s 54th national conference could come up with a plan to tackle the high unemployment rate plaguing the...
JZ’s swan song: You’re all to blame
JZ’s swan song: You’re all to blame
President Jacob Zuma’s final address as ANC president was more an exercise in deflection of blame than an honest assessment of the party’s...
South Africa needs electoral reform, but president’s powers need watching
South Africa needs electoral reform, but president’s powers need watching
Within a short time, the 4000 odd delegates to South Africa’s governing African National Congress’s 54th National Conference will elect a new party leader. In turn – save...
​ANC vote buying: Mbalula seizes R2.5-million
​ANC vote buying: Mbalula seizes R2.5-million
Police minister Fikile Mbalula has claimed his officers have intercepted R2.5-million meant to buy votes from ANC delegates attending the...
ANC presidential hopefuls have used Khwezi as a political gimmick to curry favour
ANC presidential hopefuls have used Khwezi as a political gimmick to curry favour
It’s a sad day in South African politics when African National Congress presidential hopefuls resort to evoking the trial of Fezekile “Khwezi” Kuzwayo as a cheap ploy to try and win....
The Cat is out of the bag in the race to anoint the Chosen One
The Cat is out of the bag in the race to anoint the Chosen One
Thursday morning. The rain has stopped after what seems a lifetime. The sun’s crawling upwards through the grey blanket of cloud hanging over...

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