WATCH LIVE | Court hears John Hlophe’s urgent application to stay impeachment and suspension process

WATCH LIVE | Court hears John Hlophe’s urgent application to stay impeachment and suspension process

The Johannesburg high court is on Wednesday hearing Western Cape judge president John Hlophe’s urgent application to stay parliament’s impending impeachment process against him and the process for his suspension by President Cyril Ramaphosa. In August the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) decided by a majority that Hlophe was guilty of gross misconduct for a 2008…
Municipal elections | Dlamini-Zuma welcomes ConCourt ruling

Municipal elections | Dlamini-Zuma welcomes ConCourt ruling

JOHANNESBURG - Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma welcomes the Constitutional Court judgment on the reopening of candidate registrations. The court upheld the IEC's decision to reopen the candidate list. READ: Candidate list row | Helen Zille believes ANC was tipped off The DA brought the challenge, arguing that the IEC was biased in favour…
Nearly R100m waiting to be claimed by three jackpot winners

Nearly R100m waiting to be claimed by three jackpot winners

Nearly R100m is waiting to be claimed by three punters who purchased jackpot winning tickets in the Powerball and Powerball Plus draws.  Lottery operator Ithuba has put out an appeal for the three to come forward and claim their millions. Friday's PowerBall jackpot worth more than R85m was purchased on the day of the draw…
Kaizer Chiefs humiliated by KZN upstarts’ Royal flush

Kaizer Chiefs humiliated by KZN upstarts’ Royal flush

What seemed a bright start for Stuart Baxter's second era at Kaizer Chiefs has quickly deviated into the territory of loose and muddy, as fired-up Royal AM profited from a wayward performance with a 4-1 DStv Premiership humbling on Saturday. Victor Letsoalo's strikes in the 34th and 66th minutes put Chiefs under pressure. Sifiso Hlanti's…
ANC staff members call off strike to help party in election campaign

ANC staff members call off strike to help party in election campaign

Picture: Nhlanhla PhillipsBy Ntombi Nkosi 2h ago ANC employees have hit the ground running, after an agreement to suspend strike action, following the ruling party’s failure to pay their salaries. The employees are already seen participating in the voter registration weekend for the local government elections, that are expected to take place on November 1.…