The ruling party would have our country relitigate the past ad nauseam. We need solutions not blame
The minister has been accused by the Postbank board of being treated with hostility, undermined and disrespected
The under-investment in cash transfers and caring services by the government suggests that many may well fall still further behind
The president needs to report back to South Africa on what his government has – and hasn’t – achieved since 2018
All beneficiaries who applied for the R350 relief grant before July 2021, must reapply. Here is how to track your application status
Asylum seekers with valid permits and caregivers will now also be allowed to apply for the reinstituted social relief of distress grant
Analysts agree that economic relief for the poor is needed but are split on whether a grant should be permanent and whether it is affordable
People at early childhood development are still fighting to get Covid-19 vaccinations
Minister Lindiwe Zulu made wide-ranging announcements on Friday, including how early childhood development centres should operate under level-four lockdown
Pro-democracy citizens have called for an end Mswati’s absolute rule while the government denies using excessive force against protesters
The long wait to move early childhood development teachers to the department of basic education will be over in nine months, but this does not mean all of them are yet in line to be vaccinated
The Covid-19 social relief of distress grant was terminated at the end of April, but research shows it aided job recovery
The social security agency has ‘lost’ R2-billion on unnecessary salaries and through wasteful expenditure
Controversial Eastern Cape project poses high risks to threatened birds of prey
The use of a South African Air Force jet by ANC officials without the minister following the required procedures is one such case — and more questions arise on examination of that case
Lay low for now as lockdown lifts to level one and let’s Jerusalema when the long arm of the law reaches Luthuli House
The pandemic has triggered a global economic crisis that will leave many South Africans without income security
Airports company, airlines on notice for mercy flights to evacuate foreigners from South Africa
South Africans are economically stressed and will quickly find ways to circumvent restrictions. Without social mobilisation we won’t be able to ensure the compliance that other countries have been able to enforce
It’s a recipe that should feed 58-million with a bit of pot-luck and an ample pinch of salt
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s move to appoint a Cabinet that is gender equitable is commendable, but more needs to be done in the corridors of power
Government will have to fork out billions to implement the president’s economic growth plans
Women across the political spectrum have issued a stern warning to treasury: take the request that sanitary pads be VAT exempt seriously
Politicians need a fashion police: Looted money can’t buy you everything you know.
Zuma continued with “business as usual” on Wednesday, meeting ministers for cabinet committee meetings for most of the day
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Though Dlamini-Zuma was snubbed at the ANC presidency, three of the candidates who had appeared on her slate made it to the top six.
Zulu said an eye should be kept on the election of the party’s NEC members because: "We want to see more women in the leadership structures."
Black South Africans, who had not had the opportunities that generations of white farmers had, now had to play catch up.
Lindiwe Zulu says that she endorsed NDZ because her election would ensure that there is gender parity in the top and bottom structures of the ANC
We need more hashtags and awareness, but more importantly we need action and accountability.
The first day of the conference in East London ended with about a hundred ANC members storming the venue.