Jeremy Cronin has gone out of his way to use his standing in the movement to help facilitate the counter revolution, writes Thami Ntenteni.
The future is feminine. That is, if we have a future at all. The DA changes its tune, only a little bit, and Cyril still doesn't want to sing about Bosasa.
Indications are that the 2019 general elections delivered a damp squib, says Solly Moeng.
While the Members of Parliament from the African National Congress hailed President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address as frank but ambitious, the opposition derided it for a lack of detail.
In a fiery response to what she called a "stale, empty and meaningless" State of the Nation Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa, the former Fees Must Fall activist and EFF MP Naledi Chirwa said Ramaphosa's government was complicit in the "brutal murders" of her fellow activists who died during the protests. She had to withdraw this remark.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema told President Cyril Ramaphosa that he could not see what former President Nelson Mandela once saw in him. Malema was speaking during a debate on Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address.
Both DA leader Mmusi Maimane and EFF leader Julius Malema have told new president Cyril Ramaphosa that he must fire errant ministers from his Cabinet urgently.
South Africa’s radical economic transformation vision as articulated by President Jacob Zuma is not just empty rhetoric, says Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe.
In News24 Live's analysis of SONA 2016 Lawson Naidoo reflects on the initial speech, debate and response from President Jacob Zuma. Naidoo says the Speaker in Parliament faces criticism for a perceived bias.
During the SONA debate COPE's Mosioua Lekota was discouraged from saying "factions" in parliament. DA Chief Whip John Steenhuisen's use of the term "utter rubbish" prompted a request for his exit from the National Assembly. Naidoo here details MPs responsibilities in Parliament and the role of the Speaker.
In News24 Live's analysis of SONA 2016 Lawson Naidoo reflects on the initial speech, debate and response from President Jacob Zuma. Naidoo said the President fleetingly affirmed the Constitution in his address. "Even members of the ANC participated in the debate," says Naidoo. "Many of them did not jump to President Zuma's defence, in the way he had been attacked quite viciously by the opposition."
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi insists there is nothing secret in what Julius Malema said about Fikile Mbalula during the 2016 SONA Debate. Malema mentioned Mbalula a few times, saying he called Malema "from the mountain" and crying after being announced as Minister of Sport and Recreation. Ndlozi also has harsh words on members of the majority party, the ANC. "Where are the brave voices?" he asks.
Pravin Gordhan says govt will not hesitate to intervene to ensure SOEs are run properly.
South Africa’s state-owned companies are in a parlous state and if the boards and management of these organisations do not do what government expects of them, it won’t hesitate to intervene to ensure proper governance and financial management.
Contrary to all the pre-electoral promises and expectations, indications are that the 2019 general elections delivered a perfect damp squib, says Solly Moeng.
"Come clear" on who funded your campaign to become ANC president, EFF leader Julius Malema has challenged President Cyril Ramaphosa during the debate on the State of the Nation Address.
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane called President Cyril Ramaphosa's latest State of The Nation Address fanciful with lofty dreams, but unimaginative in terms of how Ramaphosa seeks to realise his vision.
The ANC-led government does not want to collapse the banking system, but rather reform it to provide access to previously disadvantaged South Africans, Parliament has heard.
In News24 Live's analysis of SONA 2016 Lawson Naidoo reflects on the initial speech, debate and response from President Jacob Zuma.
He advises politicians to heed President Jacob Zuma words during his SONA reply, namely to put South Africa first.
Naidoo, from the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (COSAC), also describes the clampdown on mention of Nkandla during the SONA debate.
"We expect a judgment from the Constitutional Court relatively soon, I would imagine," says Naidoo. Upgrades worth millions to the President's homestead could not be discussed during SONA 2016 as the matter was sub judice.
In News24 Live's analysis of SONA 2016 Lawson Naidoo reflects on the initial speech, debate and response from President Jacob Zuma. Naidoo says government's plan to prevent an economic downgrade will need to be detailed during the Budget Speech. He also noted contrasts in President Jacob Zuma's address and his reply to the SONA debate.
Members of the DA's caucus stood and shouted in the National Assembly during the second day of debate on SONA 2016. An outraged Mmusi Maimane repeatedly asked Raseriti Johannes Tau to explain why he asked the DA to leave. Maimane then asked Tau to recuse himself as chair. "Go, go, go!" the DA chanted.
EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says walking out Parliament is "not a habit" of his party. Speaking to News24 he insisted the party boycotted the SONA Debate on Tuesday, 16 February by walking out as a strategy. "It's not a habit," he said and the party walked out specifically "because Zuma cannot be given the respect and the honour" was the point.
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