Fears about Minister Dlodlo weren't unfounded. Six months into the job, she's been accused of issuing illegal interception orders, writes Adriaan Basson.
It would have been the easy route for President Cyril Ramaphosa to regain some brownie points by heeding the calls for the reinstatement of the death penalty and declaring a state of emergency. Instead, he showed some seldom-displayed presidential backbone and skirted these issues.
The crucial issues dictating whether SA will sink or swim are distinct from the stimulus plan announced by the president, writes Daniel Silke.
The strength of the rand has caught many economists by surprise as its rally looks set to continue, says financial market analyst James Paynter.
As the dams run dry in Cape Town, locals find other means of obtaining water, President Jacob Zuma is advised to step down voluntarily, and how to avoid drama and tension this Christmas. Here is a roundup of City Press' news, opinion and entertainment stories.
Ramaphosa will be required to renew and unite the party while appeasing the corruption beast in the belly, writes Susan Booysen.
The ANC's plan to change the Constitution to make expropriation of land without compensation legal is an attempt to bridge deep political divisions withing the ruling party, argues Daniel Silke.
The new ANC president has accepted the explanation for the missing 60 odd votes.
Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina has seemingly decided not to "fork off", following his pledge in October to resign should Cyril Ramaphosa be elected as the new ANC president.
The newly-elected ANC leadership will have a hard time convincing SA the party has heard society's cries against state capture and broader corruption, says Solly Moeng.
Markets were largely positive about Cyril Ramaphosa’s election as the new ANC president, but analysts warn hard work lies ahead to turn 'euphoria' into real benefits for South Africans.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his devastation after 24 people died in a collision involving a minibus taxi and a bus on the R81 in Maphalle, in Limpopo.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on both private and public sector companies to employ young graduates despite their lack of work experience.
Deputy President and newly elected ANC leader Cyril Ramaphosa has reaffirmed the government's determination to build an economy that serves "all our people".
The assent of Magashule and Mabuza signifies a shift in the location of power, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
It is 00:09 when ANC national chairperson Gwede Mantashe invites newly elected ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa to the podium amid cheers that evolves into chants of "ANC! ANC! ANC!"
An Ixopo councillor - who was fired for supporting the ANC’s new leader by wearing a CR17 T-shirt prior to the party’s national conference - has been reinstated.
Despite his victory, Cyril Ramaphosa and the ANC are faced with a number of challenges that urgently need attention and tact.
Since Saturday Jan Gerber has been herded around trying to do his job at the ANC conference, and now he has had enough.
After winning a bruising battle for control of the ANC, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa now faces an even more daunting task: rebuilding SA's economy.
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