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Zuma's wives at the State of the Nation Address. Seen here (L-R) Zuma's wives Thobeka Madiba-Zuma, Nompumelelo Ntuli and Sizakele Zuma or MaKhumalo). Picture Credit: Esa Alexnder. © Sunday Times

The First Ladies of South Africa - what you need to know

President Jacob Zuma's wives are arguably the most talked about women in the country. [25] comments

Profuse apology over Zuma cartoon proffered by Gauteng school

The Gauteng Education Department has accepted an apology and a promise to never do it again from the school that used a Zapiro cartoon depicting President Jacob Zuma floating on a pool of money with a showerhead‚ in a school project. [15] comments

People or party first‚ Durban asks ANC Metro leaders

Are eThekwini ratepayers being short-changed by the ANC-led council who keep postponing meetings? [15] comments

Johannesburg residents to pay more for water and lights from July

The final budget for the current administration of the City of Johannesburg tabled on Tuesday will see residents pay an additional 5.9% in property rates from July‚ while tariffs for water and sanitation services will rise 13.2%. [26] comments

How the Guptas got money from Government

POWERFUL: Ajay and Atul Gupta, seated, and, standing,  Duduzane Zuma and Jagdish Parekh have proved to be influential enough to write to the president to make  the
government, intervene on their behalf while they have the Banking Ombudsman to sort out their problems, says the writer. Photo: Muntu Vilakazi/Gallo Images Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) officials met executives‚ officials and shareholders of Gupta-owned Oakbay Resources and Energy ahead of providing financial assistance to the company‚ IDC CEO Geoffrey Qhena said on Tuesday. [59] comments

Hawks put R100‚000 price on the head of Uwe Gemballa's killer

The Hawks are offering a reward of R100‚000 to anyone with information which can lead to the arrest of “most wanted” suspect Thabiso Ledwaba‚ also known as Kagiso Linken. [24] comments

Hammanskraal residents vow to stay put after violent protests

Violent protests broke out in Hammanskraal north of Pretoria on 23 May 2016 in reaction to the removal of shacks that were illegally erected in an area near the Jubilee Mall. Picture Credit: Alon Skuy/The Times Hammanskraal‚ north of Pretoria‚ on Tuesday remained a no-go area following violent protests that left two people dead. [14] comments

Soldiers placed on suspension seven years ago now have to work for their pay

Soldiers. This picture is used here for illustrative purposes only Photo. File Picture The more than 500 South African soldiers suspended after they stormed the lawns of the Union Buildings in 2009 in a violent protest are to be recalled to the military. [6] comments

WATCH: We underestimate Malema at our peril, says Prof Jansen

EFF leader Julius Malema. Picture Credit: Gallo Images Underestimate Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema at your peril. [131] comments

Judge rules that Flabba’s killer’s appeal has no ‘prospects of success’

Sindisiwe Manqele has been refused leave to appeal her conviction and sentence for murdering her rapper boyfriend Nkululeko “Flabba” Habedi. [19] comments

Bank executive calls Zuma 'weakened and compromised' - Downgrade could cost SA 200,000 jobs

President Jacob Zuma. File Photo Standard Bank's chief economist Goolam Ballim has slammed President Jacob Zuma, describing him as a weakened and compromised man who is presiding over a compromised executive. [29] comments

Lebo M and Zoe Mthiyane call it quits

Millions from police budget used to buy Zuma’s wives 10 vehicles

Thembisa Mdoda to take break from OPW, Jessica Nkosi and Anele Mdoda to take over

Empire's Cookie is headed to South Africa

Sonia Mbele caught up in food fights

Somizi stands up for women in the wake of the blesser trend

Caption: Somizi has Casper’s back
Credit: Somizi via Instagram
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