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Brian Molefe sworn in at parliament, Thursday 23 February 2017.
'I never resigned' - Molefe

Embattled Eskom CEO Brian Molefe was considered to be on “unpaid leave” after his initial resignatio.

Victorious IFP supporters carry coffin draped in ANC and NFP t-shirts through the streets of Nquthu

Boisterous Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) supporters on Thursday morning carried a coffin draped in ANC and National Freedom Party (NFP) t-shirts as they stormed the Nquthu municipal offices‚ singing “owethu lomaspala‚ owani lombango [this is our municipality‚ what’s this fuss all about].

How SA was stolen by 'Zuma's silent coup'

South Africa has experienced a silent coup that has removed the ANC from its place as the primary force for transformation in society.

Mugabe daughter appointed to Zimbabwe censor board

President Robert Mugabe's daughter Bona Chikore has been appointed to the Zimbabwe board of censors, state media reported Wednesday, the latest family member to take up an official role.

Parliament takes aim at Gupta deals: MPs look at grilling ministers and Gupta family

Atul Gupta. Picture Credit: Gallo Images ANC MPs are increasingly losing patience with the Gupta family's sphere of influence in procurement deals of state-owned companies such that they are considering summoning them to parliament.

Constitutional Court judges face much more than legal questions in Zuma case

South African President Jacob Zuma. Picture credits: Gallo Images South Africa has been treated to an overdose of legal arguments as its Constitutional Court grapples with whether or not a parliamentary vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma should be conducted by secret or open ballot.

Manchester attack: The Islamic State group has weaponized children

In claiming responsibility for the attack in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert on May 22, the Islamic State group has sunk to a new low.

Balance of forces slowly shifting in ANC as party leaders think of survival, unity

This weekend the ANC is heading to another national executive committee (NEC) meeting.

Belamant retires as Net 1 CEO, parent company of Cash Paymaster Services

Net1 CEO Serge Belamant. Pic: Kevin Sutherland. © Sunday Times. Net 1 UEPS Technologies announced on Thursday that Serge Belamant will retire as chief executive officer (CEO) and a director of the company at the end of May.

North West mayor released after hostage drama

A hostage drama at the Ditsobotla municipal offices in the North West has ended after the mayor was held up by residents for hours‚ police said on Thursday morning.

IFP tipped as victors in Nquthu by-election in KZN

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) claimed early successes in Nquthu‚ with reports of a landslide victory in a number of voting districts after by-elections at the dissolved northern KwaZulu-Natal municipality.

Do not buy Ford: forensic expert assisting Kuga fire victim's family

An independent forensic investigator assisting the family of Reshall Jimmy‚ who burned to death in his Ford Kuga‚ has urged South Africans to stop buying Ford vehicles due to the “appalling” manner in which the company has allegedly handled the incident.

Babes Wodumo's friend burnt with acid during 'abduction attempt'

New show sees Bonang in the kitchen

Sphectacula and DJ Naves take over Gagasi FM afternoon drive show

Siv Ngesi uses boxing to raise funds for sanitary pads

Polygamist Musa's last wife talks budgets: 'Because of him I can enjoy my money'

Tina Jaxa plays jailbird on Rhythm City

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Finance minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed full confidence in SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni. What are your thoughts on this?