Sipho Pityana to lead Business Unity SA

2018-06-12 16:01

Sipho Pityana, businessman, Save SA convenor, and outspoken critic of former president Jacob Zuma, is set to take over as president of Business Unity South Africa later in June.

Save SA's Pityana sceptical about ANC's ability to self-correct

2017-10-19 21:20

The ANC will probably reproduce "varying shades of the same leadership that has plunged the organisation into its worst crisis in its history" at its conference in December, says Sipho Pityana.

Duduzane Zuma should write affidavits, not open letters - Save SA

2017-08-29 19:43

President Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane should write affidavits - instead of open letters - explaining why he had "robbed" South Africans of key assets, Save SA says.

For the elite, by the elite

2017-07-23 06:05

Policies and legislation over the past 23 years have only served to deepen and entrench poverty and inequality among the masses, writes Christopher Rutledge.

Save SA blames GDP shock on ‘recession president’ Zuma

2017-06-07 11:35

Save South Africa has blamed the country’s entry into a second recession in eight years on the “recession president” Jacob Zuma.

SaveSA distances itself from ‘Freedom Movement’

2017-04-20 23:10

Lobby group SaveSA has distanced itself from the “Freedom Movement” which opposition parties created to ensure President Jacob Zuma is removed from office.

An open letter to ANC members of Parliament

2017-04-12 05:07

And now here I am, marching through Pretoria again – this time, marching against our own President, Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma. And I’m doing so for the second time in one week. It's a decision that didn't come lightly, writes Sipho Pityana.

Save SA joins opposition march against Zuma

2017-04-11 16:37

Save SA is supporting opposition parties’ anti-Jacob Zuma march and has urged its supporters to participate.

Ekurhuleni mayor sends 'strong warning' to Save SA, white people

2017-04-10 23:02

Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina has warned white people and the civil organisation Save SA that things might get "very very rough".

Uncle Kathy would have been proud - Foundation

2017-04-07 19:39

The nationwide marches against President Jacob Zuma on Friday would have made struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada "very proud", his foundation says.


Save SA urges new leadership to get 'us out of the hole' dug by Zuma

2018-02-15 00:27

Civil society group Save South Africa said it was delighted with the resignation of President Jacob Zuma.

Save SA calls for 'full disclosure' on Bell Pottinger's dealings with Duduzane, Guptas

2017-09-04 22:39

Save SA has said that British PR firm Bell Pottinger "should hang its head in shame" after being kicked out of a UK-based PR association.

Pityana: We must reclaim our country from the crooks

2017-08-03 12:46

The SA business sector should be warned as the Gupta links tighten their grip on the economy, says Sipho Pityana, convenor of the Save South Africa campaign.

Civil groups tackle capture

2017-07-16 06:05

Civil society organisations will observe this year’s Nelson Mandela International Day by seeking ways to combat state capture.

Molefe’s return is a classic Zuma-Gupta move – Save SA

2017-05-12 10:51

Brian Molefe’s return to Eskom as chief executive is a “classic Zuma-Gupta move”, according to Save South Africa, which is led by Sipho Pityana.

AS IT HAPPENED: Tens of thousands march to the Union Buildings against Zuma

2017-04-12 08:22

Tens of thousands of protesters marched to the Union Buildings in protest against President Jacob Zuma.

Save SA asks Two Oceans runners to wear black armbands in support of anti-Zuma protest

2017-04-11 23:07

Civil organisation Save SA has called on participants in the annual Two Oceans Marathon to wear black armbands in support of the call for President Jacob Zuma to resign.

Zuma using race card out of desperation - Save SA

2017-04-11 08:16

Civil organisation Save SA has criticised President Jacob Zuma’s statements that marches against him last week were racist, saying he invokes the race card when desperate.

WRAP: '60 000' marchers call for Zuma to fall

2017-04-07 20:44

Thousands of protesters demanding the resignation of President Jacob Zuma took to the streets in pickets, marches and human chains across South Africa on Friday.

AERIAL FOOTAGE: South Africans march on Union Buildings, Luthuli House and the Gupta compound

Thousands marched on the Union Buildings in Pretoria to call for the removal of President Zuma.

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