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As it stands, it looks like eNCA effectively banned its journalists from covering the conference, thus ironically putting itself in the position of the wrongdoer, the EFF, whose actions were the cause for concern. eNCA newsroom managers might have violated media freedom from within, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
EFF leader Julius Malema, his deputy Floyd Shivambu and the rest of the party’s newly-elected top 6 leadership, is addressing the media on Sunday.
The EFF members inside the plenary sessions have raised their concerns with the party's leadership following a scuffle that broke out on Saturday night between security guards known as "defenders of the revolution" and party members which left a number of people injured and hospitalised.
Former ANC eThekwini chairperson Zandile Gumede has warned those in the party's higher structures to refrain from attempting to influence its elective conference next year.
Any change in political leadership might bring reprieve for the local economy. Regardless, the experts warn that investors will need ‘a good dose of common sense’ in 2018.
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EFF leader Julius Malema has told journalists that his party won't be passing a motion of no confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa, but will instead take to the streets in defence of state-owned enterprises.
The EFF has a new guard. While Julius Malema retained his position as commander-in-chief and Floyd Shivambu remained his deputy, everyone else who previously served with the two got the chop.
Julius Malema will lead the EFF for another five years, after he was re-elected, unopposed as party president.
The announcement that Cyril Ramaphosa is the new president of the ANC has been positively received by social media users.
With GDP growth on a downward trend since 2010 and poverty and unemployment on the rise, the ANC’s new leader will face a tough task to fix the economy.
Yep! It’s that time of the year again, the silly season. It is silly in more ways than one – death on the roads, death at shebeens and death at work as people become too excited about going home for the holidays, or are just too tired to focus.
If the country is to regain its integrity and self-respect, we need a leader with integrity, writes Omry Makgoale.
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