Most importantly, Zuma’s own view of Justice Zondo’s bias – “firm” or not – will simply not be the deciding factor in determining whether Justice Zondo is biased. What will matter is whether a reasonable, objective and informed person would understand that Justice Zondo has not brought, or will not bring, an impartial mind to bear on the evidence.

Jacob Zuma’s attack on a judge is without merit but it’s dangerous for South...

Post-truth culture is exemplified by the constant negation of fact-finding, expertise and research. Within such a culture, speakers, whether they occupy positions of power...
The Western Cape Finance and Economic Opportunities MEC said the risk-based approach released by national government last week had created unnecessary confusion and uncertainty in the travel and tourism industry.

Banning international leisure travel to SA makes no sense

WC Finance and Economic Opportunities MEC David Maynier has written to Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma detailing an alternative approach to open up international travel safely. He said...
Cosatu has had a fractious relationship with the minister since his appointment after his department adopted an austerity budget, which seeks to slash the public service wage bill R160 billion in the next three years.

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to resign from his post

Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) president Zingiswa Losi on Wednesday called on Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to resign from his post if he is "too tired to...
Earlier on Thursday, a motorcade of supporters gathered at the Grasmere Toll Plaza, driving slowly to the CBD to deliver a memorandum of grievances in relation to how Ace Magashule was being treated.


A group of African National Congress (ANC) members have gathered outside the party's Luthuli House headquarters under the banner ‘Hands off Ace Magashule’ in defence of the...
Hawks head makes it abundantly clear: 'We have never taken instructions from Ramaphosa'

Hawks head makes it abundantly clear: ‘We have never taken instructions from Ramaphosa’

General Godfrey Lebeya Hawks eye ANC politicians who are against President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa but they have denied this ,When it comes to the...
Documentation raids have led to arrests of hundreds of both documented and undocumented foreigners throughout the country. Foreigners told Human Rights Watch that despite producing proper documentation, the police arrested and detained them from days to weeks in dirty holding centers while the Department of Home Affairs verified their legal status.

Xenophobia and the hate of Foreigners in South Africa: Little has changed

Based on interviews with 51 people in Western Cape, Gauteng, and KwaZulu-Natal provinces, this report documents xenophobic harassment and attacks by South Africans, including...
the “Big Fish” is the Secretary General of the ANC, Cde Ace Magashule.

Hawks-Warrant of arrest for Untouchable Big Fish Ace Magashule

African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Ace Magashule on Tuesday evening said he was neither worried nor surprised by reports that a warrant of arrest is headed his...
Severe thunderstorms that hit Gauteng on Monday afternoon have killed two people, after they were struck by lightning in separate incidents.

2 killed after being struck by ‘Juju’ lightning during Gauteng thunderstorms

A man in his 30s was killed by lightning during a thunderstorm on a farm in Elandsfontein, Gauteng, on Monday. This is according to ER24...
Mmamonnye Ngobeni and a police captain were charged with fraud and corruption over a R47 million tender relating to police accommodation for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.


Former KwaZulu-Natal police boss Mmamonnye Ngobeni and a police captain are expected to hand themselves over to authorities on Monday. The Hawks obtained warrants of arrest for the pair...
SA’s economic hub of Gauteng is moving to pass a law that could make it illegal for foreign nationals to run certain formal and informal businesses in the townships. A lobby group, however, has dismissed the Gauteng Township Economic Development Bill as a recipe for disaster, saying it is not only unconstitutional, but could lead to a flare-up of xenophobic attacks in SA’s richest province.

Ban on foreigners from opening township businesses will be ‘devastating’ for SA economy

SA’s economic hub of Gauteng is moving to pass a law that could make it illegal for foreign nationals to run certain formal and...

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