Politics

ANC Integrity Commission STILL waits for Mkhize

George Mashamba, the chairperson of the Integrity Commission, told Scrolla.Africa that they will reach out to the minister and map a way forward.

ANC fighting a mountain of debt as tenderpreneurs pull out

It’s all the classic symptoms of a business going out of business. The ANC now owes over R250 million to various service providers and has yet to pay staff salaries for the month of May.

It’s political, says Gumede

Former eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede says she believes her charges are politically motivated.

New AmaRharhabe King needs a wife urgently

New AmaRharhabe King Jonguxolo Aah Vululwandle! Sandile is under royal instruction to get married soon.

Cyril Ramaphosa, chief spokesman for the developing world, urges global assistance to end the pandemic

Cyril Ramaphosa, chief spokesman for the developing world, urges global assistance to end the pandemic

Ingonyama Trust becomes new headache for King Misuzulu

The Zulu Royal Household is facing another crisis.

Zandile Gumede wants to stay in politics – and out of jail

On Monday Zandile Gumede, the former mayor of eThekwini, will return to the Durban Magistrate’s Court on criminal charges linked to the R430 million Durban Solid Waste tender.

Ramaphosa’s surprise announcement: power to the people!

In a surprise announcement, President Cyril Ramaphosa has lifted the threshold for companies to produce their own electricity without a licence to 100MW.

Guptas will finally face the music

The door is finally open for the Guptas to come back to South Africa to face their crimes.

MKHIZE OUT

President Cyril Ramaphosa has put Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize on special leave - likely the beginning of the end for one of the ANC's biggest political stars.

Gumede left out in the cold

They supported Zandile Gumede’s rise to the powerful Durban mayoral position in 2016, but now her former-supporters have dumped her ahead of the highly-anticipated eThekwini ANC regional conference this month.

Floyd Shivambu’s brother admits to VBS “heist”

Brian Shivambu has signed an acknowledgment of debt of R4,55 million, thereby admitting that he received money illegally from Vele Investments.

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