We need radical economic transformation to give substance to Workers’ Day

During Apartheid, labour was heavily regulated, with workers and employers having to defer to the whim of government in how they conducted their relationships. It is appropriate, then, that South Africans celebrate Freedom Day and Workers’ Day in such proximity to one another – both having to represent our departure from…

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Who really runs our Country?

This is a question that has been lingering on many South African Citizens this week as the sordid details involving the appointment of the Cabinet Ministers in the current ANC led government. It all started with the Julius Malema led opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters allegations questioning the relationship…

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ANCYL left R83,000 restaurant bill: Report

A Durban restaurant owner claims two ANCYL members held two parties they said were official engagements and left without paying the R83,000 bill, the Sunday Independent reported..
A restaurant director from the Velvet Lounge in Durban, who asked not to be named, told the newspaper that Emmanuel Bongumasa Gumede…

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SA’s-2014 fifth general elections

South African’s residents across came out in numbers on Wednesday morning to cast out their votes, for the South African fifth general election since decolonization. The gates opened at 07: 00am for the 2014 general elections.
According to Independent Electoral Commission the voting station in Honeydwe Zandspruid opened at…

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As diverse as the people are, so are we not short political parties in South Africa.
Despite the many parties, some South Africans are still lost and not really sure where they belong, or which party can truly represent them.
There are 152 registered national parties in South Africa.

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The ruling political party in South Africa is notoriously known for having most of its prominent members separating them from the organisation.
Former Minister of Defence Mosiuoa Lekota was part of the ANC and had a significant role during the apartheid era, he formed his own party COPE in 2008…

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EEF refused SABC to change the Advert

The EFF and its leader President Julius Sello Malema took a march to the SABC in Johannesburg yesterday. The protest was against the SABC “ban” on showing its election advertisement, the party said.

EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said the march started at 10: 00 to the public broadcaster’s offices…

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