ANC veteran Mavuso Msimang welcomes Ace Magashule suspension

Johannesburg – ANC veteran Mavuso Msimang said the party’s decision to suspend its secretary general Ace Magashule was the ANC leadership beginning to show its muscles. “The handling of this matter was very sloppy from the beginning to say the least. “To tell the public that those people who are facing charges of corruption and […]

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Dintwe alleges interference by ministers

Johannesburg – Inspector-General of Intelligence Sethlomamaru Dintwe alleges that Security Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has been interfering in the office of the inspector general of intelligence. Dintwe was interviewed on eNCA and alleged that things were getting worse with the current administration. Dintwe says the political interference intensified once he expressed his intention to approach the […]

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Mkhize: SA has measures in place to deal with Covid-19 variant found in India

Johannesburg – Health Minister Zweli Mkhize on Wednesday said that while he shared the worries of South Africans about possible imports of Covid-19 variants, he believed that South Africa was a “very capable nation that knows how to deal with the burden of a variant of concern.” India is grappling with the B.1.617 variant, which […]

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‘Call me to testify before Zondo’ – Bongani Bongo

Johannesburg – Former State Security Minister Bongani Bongo has responded to the harsh testimony of inspector-general of Intelligence at the State Capture Inquiry. Isaac Dintwe has provided details about political interference from – among others – Bongo, and the director-general of the State Capture Security Agency, Arthur Fraser. And how Bongo and Fraser’s actions were […]

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Suspended Supra Mahumapelo remains defiant

Johannesburg – Former North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo said he is consulting his lawyers following his suspension by the ANC in the North West. Mahumapelo and acting ANC Woman’s League Provincial Secretary Bitsa Lenkopane were suspended for five years, for sowing divisions within the party but they are appealing the decision. On Friday, Magashule tried […]

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Court rules National Assembly speaker did not abuse animals

Johannesburg – The Potchefstroom Regional Court has ruled that there is no prima facie case against National Assembly speaker Thandi Modise. Modise was charged with animal cruelty after more than 50 animals were found dead on her farm. The court rules that there’s not enough evidence to prove animal cruelty by National Assembly speaker.

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