Supra Mahumapelo will give North West speaker a letter on Friday, Operational plan for ill-fated match between Chiefs and Stars match only signed next day, police admit and 'Most wanted' Glebelands murder suspect gets 10 years.
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The DA cited clause 220.127.116.11 in its constitution, which says if a member publicly declares his or her intention to resign, then their membership ceases immediately.
Mahumapelo, who was delivering his budget speech on Tuesday, did not say what the letter would include, but indicated it would be in line with the Constitution.
Patricia de Lille says she has too many issues to resolve with the Democratic Alliance to consider a potential move to any other political parties just yet.
The parliamentary joint committee on constitutional review has so far received 140 000 written submissions about possible changes to land ownership rights and will request the National Assembly extend the deadline to report back by August 30, according to co-chairperson Vincent Smith.
The operational plan for the Kaizer Chiefs/Free State Stars match at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, which erupted in violence last month, was only signed the day after the match.
The bride-to-be is set to walk down the aisle soon and now we might know more details about the wedding dress.
The "most wanted" Glebelands Hostel murders suspect has been sentenced to 10 years in jail after he pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted murder on Tuesday.
The ANC's obsession with being a "revolutionary party" and a liberation movement, 24 years after becoming the government has become one of its biggest handicaps.
A popular New Zealand scribe says the standard of refereeing in the southern hemisphere "is in crisis" with officials "allowing players to cheat".
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