Corruption

EFF: Zuma Is Gone, Now Dissolve Parliament

Following the resignation of Jacob Zuma as the president of the republic on Wednesday night, the Economic Freedom Fighters hosted a press conference on...

Problems Persist For Gauteng Nursing Students

In January, nursing colleges in Gauteng made headlines when it emerged that there would be no intake of first-year bursary students because the department...

The ANC Recalls Zuma: What Happens Next?

The African National Congress’ (ANC) secretary-general Ace Magashule held a press briefing on Tuesday at the party headquarters Luthuli House to inform the media...

ADF: Home Affairs’ Comments On Asylum Seekers Are Xenophobic

The African Diaspora Forum (ADF) read with shock and dismay the quotes attributed to the Home Affairs Director of asylum seeker management, Mandla Madumisa...

How Economic Crimes Occur In South Africa

The People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime in South Africa took place at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg this past week. Social activist and lecturer Khaya...

Is Capitec another Steinhoff? Not quite.

The South African market was shook on Tuesday when Viceroy Research released a damning report that claimed that Capitec bank “is a wolf in...

Why Business Cartels Thrive In South Africa

The school uniform cartel in South Africa is the latest industry to be exposed for anti-competitive behaviour. The Competition Commission released its findings on...

Zuma’s free education plan is a ferocious hospital pass to his...

Finance minister Malusi Gigaba was the very picture of discomfort on Saturday. He was at the 54th national conference of the African National Congress,...

Pan Africanism that deifies oppressive African leaders is toxic to ordinary...

Reflecting on the cash crisis in Zimbabwe and the undeserved suffering of its people, Joyline Maenzanise is tired of black activists who idolise liberation...

Nuclear, security, fees and the ties that bind

In 2017 South Africa has faced rising electricity costs, near drought conditions in the Western Cape, a corruption crisis with the state social grant...

The President’s Keepers and state capture: black intellectualism needs to focus,...

It is astonishing that a book revealing deep-rooted and widespread corruption and state capture in government should instead prompt a pointless debate about Jacques...

The President’s Keepers: State capture, white vindication

The Johannesburg launch of Jacques Pauw’s controversial book, “The President’s Keepers”, was a noteworthy event. For some, the launch represented a rallying point against...

#StateCapture: “I feel like not paying my taxes because of the...

As more allegations of corruption and state capture emerge from the media and in books like Jacques Pauw’s The President's Keepers, frustration with issues...

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma denies cigarette smuggler allegations

African National Congress (ANC) presidential hopeful Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has broken her silence about the alleged dodgy sources of her campaign funding. Dlamini-Zuma took...

#ThePresidentsKeepers: “If this the best way to let people know the...

Jacques Pauw's hard-hitting book, The President's Keepers, which makes claims about President Jacob Zuma being involved in corruption, is the centre of a court...

Amidst extreme politicking at Wits, the EFF takes the SRC

On Thursday, the University of Witwatersrand chapter of the Economic Freedom Fighters, also known as Wits EFF Student Command (EFFSC) announced it had won...

#CosatuStrike: ‘Zuma must step down because he is clearly captured’

South Africans have not given up on the struggle against corruption and state capture. Thousands of members of the Congress of South African Trade...

Saftu still awaiting permission for a November general strike

Cosatu embarked on a national strike on Wednesday to protest corruption and state capture. The recently formed South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu)...

Here’s what you need to know about the Cosatu national strike

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and the South African Communist Party (SACP) are readying for a national strike on Wednesday to...

Vavi: Only nationalisation can end SA’s job-loss bloodbath

Saftu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says that as inequality continues to grow, more and more people are demanding a socialist economic structure. Vavi was...
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