Malema is not welcome in Nkandla say locals

Lungani Zungu Describing it as “in the best interest of the nation,” EFF leader Julius Malema has revealed that he would meet former president Jacob Zuma in Nkandla for tea. “It could happen this weekend,” he said on Twitter on Wednesday. But Nkandla locals still hold a grudge against him.  Resident Sibongile Hadebe...

Zuptas push for constitutional crisis

South Africa has slipped closer to a constitutional and political crisis after Ace Magashule indicated that he supports Jacob Zuma’s lawless defiance of a Constitutional Court order.

JZ’s defiance could lead to jail

The defiant Jacob Zuma could spend up to six months behind bars.

Former ANC MP “received death threats” from those caught stealing

Investigators who threatened to expose looting at State Owned Enterprises received death threats.

Ramaphosa opens the taps

South Africa will likely experience a countrywide hangover on Wednesday morning after President Cyril Ramaphosa lifted the booze ban on Monday night.

Bolsonaro tells Brazilian press “go f**k yourselves!”

The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has unleashed a foul-mouthed tirade against journalists.

Concourt orders Zuma to appear before Zondo

Jacob Zuma must testify before the Zondo commission into state capture, the Constitutional Court ordered on Thursday.

Covidpreneurs soil Lesufi’s “clean” record

Panyaza Lesufi – the rising star of the ANC and the blue eyed boy of the Gauteng government – has been left with egg on his face following a report that his department blew over R400-million on sanitisers for schools.

Trump gravy train rocks up in Pretoria

Trump’s U.S. ambassador to South Africa spent R15 million on a second official residence she kicked a family out of to occupy - and then never used.

State Security Agency paid millions for Zuma’s “upkeep” and to pay off judges, Zondo told

The State Capture inquiry heard on Monday that the State Security Agency’s (SSA) Special Operations unit paid millions of rands to former president Jacob Zuma between 2015 and 2017.

Mpumalanga premier “regrets” going maskless

Mpumalanga premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane has admitted to being guilty for not wearing a mask at the funeral of Minister in the presidency Jackson Mthembu.


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