The Bosasa story is final proof that the ANC is beyond redemption, writes Adriaan Basson.
Morning clouds. Mild.
The general election in South Africa in May conveyed mixed messages: one was that democracy is maturing, the other that it is failing.
A 3-day old manicure almost cost this Cape Town resident her vote. We look into what this might mean for other women in South Africa.
The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) Zweli Mkhize has commended the turnout of potential voters who went to register at the 22 935 registration stations this weekend.
Sharon-Lee Williams registered to vote for the first time. For others in her position this would usually be a rather nondescript, bureaucratic event, to be sorted out in a few minutes. But Williams found herself in the midst of the DA's campaign maelstrom.
Economic Freedom Fighter's leader Julius Malema says that while his party is happy to enter into coalitions, its land policy is not up for debate.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has threatened that if those implicated in the state capture inquiry aren't jailed in a reasonable time, she would organise a tax revolt.
The Independent Electoral Commission has confirmed that only 140 voting stations have been affected by sporadic community protests countrywide.
Political parties got off to a good start this weekend showing what they have to offer in return for a vote in the forthcoming 2019 elections, writes Ralph Mathekga.
The ANC's Gwede Mantashe handed out several flyers at Bree Street taxi rank. One woman refused a pamphlet encouraging her to vote.
South African voter absenteeism must be understood first and foremost as strategic, informed and intended. Their absence is by no means a sign of apathy, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.
Don't despair if you didn't make it to a voting station by 17:00 on Sunday, you can still check your details or register. But you will have to be quick.
As the final day for voter registration dawned on Sunday, political leaders readied themselves to hit the campaign trail all over the country, including some hometown and church visits.
While there have been incidents reported during the voter registration weekend, the vast majority of voting stations remained peaceful and productive, says the ANC.
Residents are demanding that their area be returned under the Makhado Local Municipality jurisdiction.
A News24 journalist was mugged and robbed of his camera in Mitchells Plain on Saturday while covering the voter registration drive in Cape Town.
You can check registration status or update your details online - we gave it a try, and it took less than five minutes to get it done.
The 1976 Soweto uprising taught us that young people can change history. The numbers suggest that can happen again if the youth show up for the next election, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Just over 75 000 applications for special votes have been approved so far, the Electoral Commission of SA (IEC) said.
Western CapeWillearnR33 000.00 - R40 000.00 Per Month
George - KnysnaADA Recruitment & HR Solutions
Cape TownCapita SA
R 3 950 000
R 6 900 000
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R 1 595 000
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