Is the EFF falling apart under pressure?

2018-07-10 07:49

The EFF's wheels came off a little bit last week. Perhaps this 8%-party's honeymoon with the media and a chunk of the voting public is coming to an end, writes Max du Preez.

Where is the legal line?

2018-07-08 11:31

Dali Mpofu is under fire for his presentation at the SARS inquiry. Justin Brown canvasses the possible consequences.

'We will go all the way' to fight 'unfair' SARS Commission – Moyane lawyer

2018-07-02 19:21

Suspended SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane's attempts to fight the SARS Commission of Inquiry were shot down by retired Judge Robert Nugent in a scathing ruling on Monday.

ANC Limpopo conference is a 'burning house', says lawyer

2018-06-23 15:02

Advocate Dali Mpofu has described the Limpopo elective conference as a house on fire, while arguing for an urgent interdict to have it stopped and declared illegitimate.

Judgment reserved in De Lille's secret ballot bid

2018-02-13 19:39

Judgment has been reserved in Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille's court bid to have a motion of no confidence in her held by secret ballot.

Nkandla inquiry will force Zuma to answer - UDM, Cope

2017-09-05 15:24

A fact-finding inquiry looking into President Jacob Zuma's conduct during the Nkandla debacle will force him to account for his actions, the Constitutional Court has heard.

MPs won't vote differently in secret ballot - Zuma's lawyer

2017-05-15 23:15

The assumption that MPs will vote differently in a secret vote of no confidence is wrong, President Jacob Zuma's lawyer has argued in the Constitutional Court.

State of crisis

2016-10-09 06:00

The battle for free university education is headed for a crisis after government revealed plans to announce a draconian mid-term budget, which will include cutting its numbers of civil servants.

Madonsela saved the ANC from itself – Mantashe

2016-10-06 11:20

Outgoing Public Protector Thuli Madonsela saved the ANC from itself from time to time, the party's secretary general, Gwede Mantashe, says.

Debunking SA’s myths

2016-09-11 06:04

This year’s R120 000 City Press Tafelberg Nonfiction Award has been awarded to Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh, a 27-year-old Oxford doctoral candidate, activist and rapper. Charl Blignaut sat down to lunch with him.

 

Death and taxes trump political rhetoric

2018-07-09 08:45

Julius Malema is haunted by his past tax problems. This is a serious threat to the moral integrity of the EFF, a party that is trying to build a reputation for speaking truth to power, writes Ralph Mathekga.

Mpofu ponders next move after De Vos misses deadline to remove SARS inquiry blog post

2018-07-04 16:09

A blog post by legal expert Pierre De Vos has remained online despite advocate Dali Mpofu's request via Twitter, for it to be removed because it was, among other things, "possibly racist".

Former Treasury official dismisses Moyane’s 'trillion rand man' claim to fame

2018-06-29 18:17

While suspended SARS commissioner Tom Moyane's lawyer hailed the tax agency's revenue collection ability under his stewardship, a former top National Treasury official said claims of success were just smoke and mirrors.

Inxeba film producers shunned by FPB's Appeals Tribunal – court hears

2018-03-28 18:05

The North Gauteng High Court has heard arguments on whether the Film and Publication Board and its Appeals Tribunal should both be part of the matter involving the reclassification of the film, Inxeba (The Wound).

De Lille hires Dali Mpofu as she takes on DA's 'backroom boys' for secret ballot

2018-02-09 17:40

Embattled Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille has appointed Dali Mpofu SC to represent her in her court bid to force the "backroom boys" of the DA to allow a motion of no confidence in her to take place by secret ballot.

Former Imperial Group employee sues CEO for R18.3m

2017-08-07 21:36

A former employee of Associated Motor Holdings is suing the CEO of the parent company for R18.3m after she got fired, allegedly due to racism and gender discrimination.

Shut down the country for free education - Shivambu

2016-10-16 21:20

EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu says the country must shut down until South Africans have free education.

If SA wanted to, it would have free education - Mpofu

2016-10-08 17:14

Former Wits student leader, advocate Dali Mpofu, says if government really wanted to provide free higher education, it would make it a priority.

Stop lecturing protesting students on their struggle – Mpofu

2016-10-04 13:04

Those claiming to support the call for free education must stop lecturing students, EFF national chairperson Dali Mpofu has said.

ANC, DA will eat humble pie in Nelson Mandela Bay - Dali Mpofu

2016-08-02 22:42

The EFF is planning to surprise many in Nelson Mandela Bay, including the ANC and the DA, says chairperson Dali Mpofu.

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