Eskom threat of power cuts works as 5 municipalities pay

2017-01-16 06:44

Eskom has suspended power cuts to five municipalities, who together with others, owe Eskom R10.2bn in debt.

Eskom postpones cutting power to 8 municipalities

2017-01-04 13:22

Eskom has postponed cutting power to eight municipalities with outstanding debt, the North Gauteng High Court has heard.

Judge to determine urgency of bid to stop Eskom cutting power

2017-01-03 14:06

A high court judge will soon reveal whether AfriForum's bid is urgent after it approached the court to block Eskom from cutting power to eight municipalities this week.

Mokotedi's claims of plot against him 'devoid of truth' - AfriForum

2016-12-14 18:00

AfriForum has denied claims by Gauteng Hawks head Prince Mokotedi that the organisation was involved in an alleged plot to get rid of him and other top officials.

Brave police lions being lead by corrupt donkeys - Paul O'Sullivan

2016-12-01 20:05

There are still many brave lions in the police service, but they are being led by corrupt donkeys, private investigator Paul O’Sullivan says.

Malema case postponed

2016-11-14 10:54

The Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court has postponed the case against EFF leader Julius Malema to June 5, 2017.

Why white people don’t talk about race

2016-11-13 06:13

There is growing concern that many white people, particularly Afrikaners, prefer not to participate in public discussions about race.

O’Sullivan, Afriforum taking criminal prosecution private – targeting Myeni, Zuptas

2016-11-06 16:42

Paul O’Sullivan, the man responsible for bringing former Interpol chief Jackie Selebi to justice, talks about the new anti-corruption body he has formed with Afriforum.

Let’s hold our leaders to account

2016-09-11 07:18

The nominations of Human Rights commissioners should be given as much attention as those of the Public Protector, writes former SAHRC CEO.

A funny way to show respect, AfriForum

2016-07-29 12:05

AfriForum should respect for the right of Afrikaans newspapers to differ from them – or will they threaten consumer boycotts to show how much they respect the rights of others, writes Johan Pienaar.


How to empower municipalities

2017-01-15 06:03

Political will and proper systems can ensure profitability, write Miyelani Holeni and Alex Mabunda.

Eskom not constitutionally obliged to provide power - judge

2017-01-04 11:34

The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that South Africa's constitution does not oblige Eskom to provide electricity to ratepayers.

AfriForum to challenge Eskom's right to cut power to municipalities

2017-01-03 08:07

AfriForum and its commercial interest group AfriBusiness is applying for an urgent interdict in the High Court in Pretoria to prevent Eskom from cutting electricity to five municipalities that have not paid their bills.

70 farmers killed in 2016 – attacks more sophisticated

2016-12-09 19:08

With food prices becoming increasingly onerous for many South Africans, the latest report on farm murders by agricultural bodies makes for disturbing reading.

UFS may implement new language policy, Supreme Court rules

2016-11-17 20:06

The Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of the University of the Free State to implement its new language policy.

Our revolution, not Malema, before the courts – Gardee

2016-11-14 09:23

EFF president Julius Malema is appearing before the courts for merely talking about resolutions adopted by the political party at its national people's assembly, says EFF secretary general Godrich Gardee.

Solidarity, AfriForum demand answers on quotas

2016-11-10 15:40

Trade union Solidarity and the civil rights organisation AfriForum have taken steps to force the ministry to reveal info regarding planned transformation targets.

UFS wins leave to appeal language matter

2016-09-12 18:02

The High Court in Bloemfontein has granted the University of the Free State leave to appeal its ruling in favour of civil rights group AfriForum's bid to stop a proposed change to the university's language policy.

8 AfriForum students suspended from Stellenbosch SRC elections

2016-08-02 11:54

Eight AfriForum Youth students have been suspended from participating in upcoming SRC elections at Stellenbosch University due to alleged irregularities.

AfriForum 'hijacking the Afrikaner mainstream'

2016-07-26 07:26

Talking about state capture, we’re presently experiencing another, subtler but equally dangerous hijacking: that of the Afrikaner mainstream by Solidariteit and AfriForum, writes Max du Preez.

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