'It was like bleeding through my nails' - controversial artist about latest painting

2017-04-20 19:30

Artist Ayanda Mabulu has shocked again - this time depicting President Jacob Zuma raping former president Nelson Mandela.

Downgrade: The immediate consequences for South Africans

2017-04-18 19:10

Kirk Swart and Brett Birkenstock of Overberg Asset Management consider some of the immediate consequences of South Africa's downgrade to junk status.

Ratings downgrade will impact a 'generation' of employees - CEO

2017-04-11 19:01

South Africans planning to retire within the next 20 years will have to work longer, following the country’s recent sovereign credit ratings downgrade to junk status, says Dawie de Villiers, CEO at Sanlam Employee Benefits.

It’s final: the ANC won’t save SA from Zuma

2017-04-05 14:27

Zuma is in charge and there is no way for the ANC to remove him from power. The party simply does not possess the ability, writes Adriaan Basson.

Rand 'shorters' banked big profits on Gordhan news

2017-03-30 07:52

Traders who shorted the rand profited hugely on the news of Pravin Gordhan's recall from his overseas investor roadshow, according to Intellidex analyst Stuart Theobald.

Nene: Let's hope Zuma can explain Gordhan recall to appease investors

2017-03-29 09:00

Hopefully the reasons for the decision to call back Pravin Gordhan from overseas are compelling and explained, says former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.

Montana lashes out at Molefe

2017-03-12 06:00

Former Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) chief executive officer (CEO) Lucky Montana is back with a bang, and has levelled some fairly explosive accusations against Popo Molefe, the chairperson of Prasa.

SA off the hook over FICA delays - for now

2017-02-27 16:33

SA has been given a breather when the Financial Action Task Force decided not to publicly rebuke the country for failing to sign into law amendments to the Financial Intelligence Centre Act.

Beyond the numbers, Gordhan's budget will be a political statement

2017-02-22 06:01

Last year, Pravin Gordhan was seen as a saviour following the Nene debacle. He was the interim captain of a floundering ship. This year is different, writes Daniel Silke.

Stop the alternative facts about land reform

2017-02-21 08:25

There can only be one reason why President Jacob Zuma and his loyalists lie about the real facts about black participation in the economy and land reform, writes Max du Preez.


'People’s movement' to be established

2017-04-20 05:09

Political party, civil society, and religious leaders are expected to announce the formation of a “people’s movement”.

SA unites against its president

2017-04-16 06:03

The protests against Zuma have brought together people of all races and social classes. This is our opportunity to change this country to benefit all who live in it, writes Mondli Makhanya.

For the sake of the poor, just go

2017-04-09 06:13

Our economy has hit the skids and the nation is suffering at the hands of our scheming president. He must leave now, writes Mathews Phosa.

Cry, the Beloved Country: Resign, Mr Zuma, say MPs

2017-04-03 21:55

Opposition parties have called on President Jacob Zuma to immediately resign, following S&P's ratings downgrade of South Africa to junk status.

Rand runs on news that ANC top brass oppose Zuma's Gordhan axing

2017-03-29 15:16

The rand has reacted sharply on a report that President Jacob Zuma's plan to fire Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is said to be opposed by three party leaders.

Guptas vs Treasury: it's open war

2017-03-28 08:56

The Gupta family showed their real clout yesterday by having Zuma recall Gordhan from his overseas trip. It seems likely that he will be fired today or soon afterwards, writes Max du Preez.

Malema to Zuma: We reject Justice Zondo

2017-03-07 15:46

When you, Mr Zuma, said that South Africa is ready to be led by a woman, we did not realise that this was limited to your ex-wife, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, writes Julius Malema.

Who is really in charge of our country?

2017-02-26 06:29

A close mate who is not really interested in politics once had an encounter with one of President Jacob Zuma’s young relatives and got a bit of insight into some of the chitchat that happens around the dinner table in Nkandla, writes Setumo Stone.

WATCH: Al Jazeera says Zuma 'handled with kid gloves' at SONA breakfast

2017-02-21 10:53

Al Jazeera’s media analysis show, The Listening Post, criticised the SABC’s coverage of the post-SONA New Age breakfast business briefing with President Jacob Zuma, stating he was asked "softball questions". Watch the full insert below.

Mining industry has done more than most to create black owners - Chamber

2017-02-10 20:01

In a reaction to President Jacob Zuma's state of the nation address, the Chamber of Mines says the industry's contribution to black economic empowerment has been significant.

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