Political analyst Professor Lesiba Teffo reacts to cabinet reshuffle and says he suspects the 'end is nigh' for the ANC.
President Jacob Zuma has fired Pravin Gordhan
DA's Maimane says that he's already received calls from some ANC members of Parliament, promising to vote against President Zuma.
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa says it's up to ANC collective determine a way forward following dramatic cabinet change announcement.
The DA says it will urgently interdict the swearing-in of President Jacob Zuma’s new Ministers after a massive Cabinet reshuffle.
It’s all about Treasury's capture, says Corruption Watch’s David Lewis. The rest of the reshuffle is “fluff” and the Sarb is next.
Eusebius McKaiser says Faith Muthambi and Bathabile Dlamini are evidence that the Cabinet reshuffle was not about merit.
Opposition parties and members of the ANC have continued to express their frustration at the dramatic changes to Zuma's cabinet.
“Let’s disabuse ourselves from believing the ANC has the best interest of the country at heart,” says EFF national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.
Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) says President Jacob Zuma should not have axed Pravin Gordhan as Finance Minister.
Deputy Editor at Financial Mail says the price of everything will increase, including the price of petrol.
Markets are punishing Jacob Zuma's move and the appointment of a Finance Minsiter with "zero knowledge of how Treasury works".
National spokesperson of the EFF, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, says the EFF rejects cabinet reshuffle by President Zuma.
The President has received a lot of criticism, including from the ANC, for axing Ministers and his subsequent appointments.
ANC secretary general, Gwede Mantashe, says President Zuma aware of unhappiness in the ranks at Cabinet changes.
SACP's Solly Mapiala says their members in Cabinet may choose not to resign.
Jacob Zuma reshuffled Cabinet in the early hours of Friday, firing five ministers including Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Economist, Dr Iraj Abedian, says the changes are the biggest since 1996.
DA Chief Whip John Steenhuizen says only 50 disgruntled ANC MPs are needed in order for the motion to succeed.
EWN’s Stephen Grootes explains - in simple terms - why such an "outstanding minister" is under threat of losing his job.
The so-called intelligence report allegedly claims Pravin Gordhan held secret meetings while overseas to plot regime change in SA.
An urgent High Court application launched to get the SA Reserve Bank to sign off licence for Vardospan to buy Habib Overseas Bank.
ANC's Jackson Mthembu spoke about the 'decay' in the party's communication capacity and the impact of social media technology.
Eusebius McKaiser reflects on the events that unfolded at the Kathrada funeral on Wednesday and Zuma's exclusion.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism Investigator Susan Comrie.
Standard Bank asked court to rule that entire executive not be permitted to intervene in its dispute with the Gupta companies.
Political analyst professor Lesiba Teffo says the ANC's loss of moral rectitude started at the top, with President Jacob Zuma.
The argument was made on day two of Gordhan’s court action against Gupta-owned companies.
Finance Minister wants the High Court to make a declaratory order that he cannot intervene in affairs of banks and Gupta family.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Intellidex MD and Financial Analyst Stuart Theobald.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a look at the brewing saga around President Zuma requesting the Finance Minister to return home early.
Lynn Brown was briefing Parliament’s public enterprise committee on the state-owned enterprises that fall under her auspices.
SACP has denounced the appointment and swearing in of former Eskom CEO, Molefe, implicated in the state capture report, as MP.
ANCYL wants Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan fired following bank collusion scandal.
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Eusebius McKaiser says if Brian Molefe accepts the offer it would reinforce the idea that he has been a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Ex-Eskom boss Brian Molefe called it quits last year after his implication in the state capture report and is now headed to Parly.
The Deputy Finance Minister maintains his version of events over his Treasury job offer, despite Ajay Gupta calling his bluff.
Gupta's lawyer says SACP report is devoid of facts and simply an attack on the economy.
President Jacob Zuma jokingly told the media to forget about Cabinet reshuffle rumours.