In three council meetings throughout South Africa, the ANC launched what the DA is calling a coordinated attack, some being a lot more violent than others.
The DA is taking the ANC to court over their decision to leave the ICC – a decision that is going to be detrimental not only to SA, but to Africa as well.
Yesterday saw a sitting of the council in Tshwane, but it wasn’t long before it descended into unadulterated chaos. Entertaining, but also very sad.
If you thought you were going to see grace in defeat it appears you’re wrong, with allegations that the ANC are involved in sabotage doing the rounds.
South Africa’s current ruling party is letting every single person down, so what surprises do they have up their sleeves for the party’s next leader?
Given how often we’re exposed to corruption stories it’s easily to overlook them. Let’s just take a moment though to look at what’s happening at Prasa.
John Steenhuisen always enjoys his time in the National Assembly, and his sharp-tongued attacks are quickly becoming the stuff of legends.
Our local elections sure did keep things interesting right through to the end, but now attention has turned to coalition talk. Here’s the latest.
Mmusi has risen as a real national role player in South African politics, and his party is a force to be reckoned with, according to Max du Preez,
By now you have probably seen the DA’s latest ad campaign. They are very good at irking the opposition, and now a Mandela wants it removed.
With local elections just around the corner, the country is seeing plenty of protest and turmoil. So how is this affecting the voters’ prospective choices?
You may have heard about the protests taking place in Tshwane, but it’s about time you took a proper look at just what is going down that side of the world.
Marius Fransman might be enjoying a little break from politics at present, but for Louisa Wynand the past few months have been a torrid time.
The ANC and the EFF are currently involved in a rap battle, but the ANC has a long way to go before they can reach the EFF’s standard.
The ANC have spun some whoppers over the years, so let’s take a trip down memory lane and pick our favourite tall tales.
The Public Investment Corporation is looking into taking over shares in Absa, but what will it mean to the country if another investment goes wrong?
The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence is getting up to no good in South Africa, and they’re not letting anyone know what they know.
Until it actually happens we can only guess what the ANC’s next move concerning the president will be. Inside sources suggest he will be going though.
While the coloured community makes up the majority in the Western Cape, the ANC has lost their vote over historical differences.
Gauteng ANC wants Zuma to step down. Nene opens up about sacking. Google training 1 million Africans. School kids sexting for money. Zuckerberg punishes Trump. Leo can’t hide at basketball game. Celeb grabs Bieber by the throat.
During yesterday’s five-minute recess in Parliament, which lasted well over an hour, the Presidency tried to slip through a statement with a zinger or two.
The International Jazz Festival went down this past weekend, and it was the scene of an extraordinary jeering session.
As the country waited in anticipation for the NEC meeting to see if the ANC would fire Zuma, they were disappointed to wake up with the man still in power – so why didn’t they do it?
Zuma offered to step down. Brussels releases suspect photo. Trump on Brussels. Music industry’s new #1 money maker. Rob Ford dies. 1 million download Nintendo’s new app. Famous person marries rock. Top Gear controversy. Kanye at Bieber concert.
A harsh critic of Jacob Zuma and his Gupta squad, Vytjie Mentor has once again shared her experiences as an ANC MP.
The EFF leader of Mpumalanga was booted out of a legislature meeting when he asked the local MEC about the state of education.
Playing the political game requires a certain skill set, although when you’re not feeling inspired you could always just sexualise women right?