ICASA interviews concluded: The Portfolio Committee on Communications have concluded the process of interviewing candidates for the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) Council. The Committee interviewed 13 candidates after it had shortlisted 15 candidates on 25 August. Prof Onkaetse Mmusi and Themba Phiri withdrew their applications which reduced the number of candidates to 13. Members of
Dlamini Zuma addresses Tasa: UNLESS there’s a drastic change in the economic status quo, South Africa faces a bleak future of instability and violence that might even turn into a destructive revolution. ANC presidential hopeful and member of parliament Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma sounded the warning yesterday as she continued her crosscountry advocacy for radical economic transformation (RET) at the
Mantashe begs SACP to stay: OUTSIDE the school named after one of the greatest reconcilers in modern South Africa, Desmond Mpilo Tutu and ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe loudly beat the unity drum. Mantashe urged a smooth leadership transition, like the one that took place when Nelson Mandela succeeded Oliver Tambo as president of the party of liberation. He also urged
SCA to rule on Zuma’s corruption case: TODAY President Jacob Zuma will find out whether the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) must charge him or whether he will be allowed to make new representations about more than 700 charges of corruption. The judgment by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein today will have a profound impact on the outgoing ANC president
ANC slams Mazibuko: LINDIWE Mazibuko, once head-hunted by Helen Zille to lead the DA in Parliament has come under fire for her views on the ANC’s leadership battle. Earlier this week, Mazibuko was reported as having said that, while not an ANC supporter, she backed Cyril Ramaphosa to take over from Jacob Zuma as party president in December.
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