Fears about Minister Dlodlo weren't unfounded. Six months into the job, she's been accused of issuing illegal interception orders, writes Adriaan Basson.
Recent developments have exposed deep seated divisions in the DA on which direction it should take ideologically to renew its legitimacy as an opposition party capable of winning elections.
EFF president Julius Malema, through his attorney, once approached the former SA Revenue Service executive at the centre of the "rogue unit" saga, Johann van Loggerenberg, for help with his tax affairs.
EFF leader Julius Malema has rejected an invitation from former premier of the Western Cape, Helen Zille, to discuss the future of the country.
Here’s why we think a Tshwane tenderpreneur's R15m paid to EFF-linked companies was corrupt.
As far as news weeks go, and compared to his American and British counterparts, President Cyril Ramaphosa has had a fairly easy week.
A tractor the EFF “donated” to supporters in Limpopo; the implausibility of an earlier alibi for payments to Julius Malema-linked Mahuna Investments; and a newly-revealed payment to another Malema company – the evidence is stacking up that the party and its leader took kickbacks from a massive City of Johannesburg contract.
An assault-accused EFF MP had to be restrained by his colleagues as tempers flared between the EFF and DA in the National Assembly.
EFF leader Julius Malema's tweet containing "racist" quotes next to a picture late Zimbabwean Robert Mugabe has been found not to have violated Twitter's rules, Malema has posted.
Chief Justice Mogoeng has spoken out against personal attacks against female judges, adding that it should never be open to anyone to mock them.
Julius Malema has denied that he asked for help with his taxes or that he accepted the South African Revenue Service's version of events regarding the so-called "rogue unit".
A new post-state capture narrative seems to be developing, one in which not only the existence of the damaging phenomenon of capture is being disputed, but where the actions of those who enabled it are being whitewashed.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's attempt to strike the South African Revenue Services "rogue unit" report from his Equality Court case against EFF leader Julius Malema has been dismissed.
In Tender comrades part 1: Trailing the Juju tractor, we wrote about a City of Johannesburg contractor paying “kickbacks” to two Julius Malema companies. Now we move to Tshwane, where the evidence strongly suggests that a contractor paid R15m in “rent” to have the EFF protect his tender turf.
Member of a cabal, colonial stooge, small boy - some of EFF leader Julius Malema's favourite insults have been turned against him by the Zimbabwean ruling party, Zanu-PF, reports have said.
The EFF, an organisation that styles itself as the leaders of the deferred socialist and agrarian revolution which will end economic hardship in South Africa, seems to be discharging its load of vitriol, populism and racism in all directions every second day.
The EFF leader says insourcing will build the capacity of state entities to continue functioning and create secure jobs for employees of contractors that government already uses.
If we want to travel the great emotional, cultural, racial and political distance that have separated us for centuries, we'll have to learn to speak to one another in a more sophisticated and humane manner, writes Chris Jones.
The South African National Editor's Forum (Sanef) says that besides many failed attempts it remains determined to engage the EFF.
The South African National Editors' Forum says it is 'appalled' by EFF leader Julius Malema's call to ban investigative journalism units, amaBhungane and the Daily Maverick’s Scorpio, from attending their party events.
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