Cosatu says it hasn't yet invited President Jacob Zuma to speak at its central executive committee meeting taking place month-end.
Fomer KZN premier and ANC chairperson Senzo Mchunu says the ANC must own up to its problems, and find a solution.
ANC presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says her campaigning in Tshwane has nothing to do with playing politics.
The ANC says that the order shows that the judiciary is encroaching on the executive and has urged the mum Presidency to appeal.
EWN's Stephen Grootes brings an update from the World Economic Forum's final day where the Deputy President was speaking.
Constitutional law expert Professor Shadrack Gutto shares his views on the recent court judgment on Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.
Prophet Mboro, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane and Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma are also attending ANCWL's Molo Makhelwane campaign.
Courts may be the only way to keep executive and legislature in check, but others believe the judiciary must stay out of politics.
It's the last day of the World Economic Forum on Africa in Durban, and Xolani Gwala speaks to EWN's Stephen Grootes for updates.
ANC NEC member Lindiwe Sisulu has once again raise various concerns about the state of the ANC and its leadership.
Constitutional law experts weigh in on the court decision ordering President Zuma to provide reasons for axing Gordhan.
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane says this court ruling is a victory for South Africans.
Ray White interviews EWN’s Stephen Grootes, who is in Durban at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa summit.
Revolutionary political puppet Chester Missing says he's got the files on why JZ really showed Pravin Gordhan the door.
The DA's James Selfe says it won't cut it if President Zuma justifies the Cabinet reshuffle with his "constitutional prerogative".
Richard Calland says it may be difficult for the courts to prove President Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle decision as irrational.
An ex senior security officer at the De Zalze Estate says he drove past the van Breda home many times on the night of the murders.
Eskom chair Ben Ngubane had strong words speaking to Stephen Grootes on day 2 of the World Economic Forum on Africa.
Retired politician Mbhazima Shilowa reflects on names and the decision he took many years ago to stop referring to himself as Sam.
The DA's application with the High Court compelling President Zuma to hand over the intelligence report will be heard on Thursday.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan continues to be looked up to amongst his peers.
Inquiries about emigration shot up by 250% per day after Zuma announced his latest Cabinet reshuffle say immigration experts.
Nehawu warns against President Zuma attending Cosatu's mid-term meeting after heckling at May Day rally.
Award-winning journalist and author of 'The Republic of Gupta', Pieter-Louis Myburgh shares his insights.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa attended a prayer service of the Shembe Church on Tuesday.
Professor Lesiba Teffo, political analyst based at Unisa, gives an analysis on the ANC's recent shortcomings.
Political governance, the Constitution, economy and more will be discussed in a national dialogue intended to bring SA together.
Analysts Karima Brown and Prince Mashele agree that the crisis within the tripartite alliance is not new after the "May Day" flop.
Political analyst Karima Brown says the role of Cosatu members can't be written-off as they are active in ANC branches.
Cosatu President Sdumo Dlamini says Cosatu shouldn't be divided by issues that have nothing to do with workers.
Cosatu's May Day rally cancelled as organisers failed to calm the crowds.
Cosatu's main Workers’ Day rally in Bloemfontein was cancelled without any speeches.
A 33-year-old man faces charges of conspiracy to commit murder with an alleged hit list of 19 people, including Cabinet members.
Analyst Lesiba Teffo says former finance minister Pravin Gordhan should have taken a stand during Christiane Amanpour interview.
A man who allegedly plotted assassination of prominent South Africans including Zuma, Guptas and Maine is set to appear in court.
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has made a distinction that his party is not a member of the newly formed Freedom Movement.
President Jacob Zuma spoke at Freedom Day celebrations in Manguzi KZN, making references to the opposition and anti-Zuma groups.
Opposition parties and other formations have come together in an effort to pressure President Jacob Zuma into resigning.
The newly formed Freedom Movement is holding an anti-Zuma march at the Caledonian stadium in Pretoria on Freedom Day.
Listen to Hawks' Mulaudzi describe Wednesday's arrest of a man allegedly plotting to assassinate 'state capture beneficiaries'.
Lead me as I lead you focuses on supporting ex-offenders reintegrate into society after leaving prison.
Dr Mamphela Ramphele opens ups about the let-downs of post-apartheid rule after the release of her book Dreams, Betrayal and Hope.
ACDP, APC, COPE, DA, EFF, IFP and UDM have joined forces in their call for Zuma to step down.
UDM will be approaching the Concourt for permission to vote through a secret ballot during the motion of no confidence in Zuma.
Vavi commended South African's for standing up against Zuma on Friday, calling on him to step down.
Save SA says another march has been organised for April 18 outside Parliament where a motion of no confidence will be held.
Concerned ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza writes a heart felt Facebook post detailing immoral leadership and personal challenges.
702's Afternoon Drive host, Redi Tlhabi says South Africans at #AntiZumaMarches are reclaiming the country.
Xolani Gwala questions the message top cop, Phalane, is sending to his police force during the protests.
As a number of protests are scheduled to take place in SA, 702's Gugs Mhlungu looks at the significance of these marches.
Labour lawyer at Schindlers Attorneys, Notaries & Conveyancers looks at the implications of participating in protests.
Police commissioner says questions about the role of ANC members amid protest action against Zuma should be directed to the ANC.
The office of the ANC’s Chief Whip confirmed the news on Thursday.
Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni says Gwede Mantashe has failed to stand up for conference resolution broken by the President.
The outgoing minister of Transport, Dipuo Peters thanked the ANC for the support they've given her over the years.
Reports indicate that President Jacob Zuma apologized to the ANC's NWC for the way in which the Cabinet reshuffle was handled.
Trade union federation, Cosatu, has confirmed that it is time President Jacob Zuma resigns as state President.
ANC veteran, Mavuso Msimang, says the election system of ANC leadership needs to change to prevent factional interests.
Cosatu says for the first time under President Jacob Zuma they were not consulted on the Cabinet reshuffle.
The ANC's alliance partner says ANC members of Parliament should institute a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.
Xolani Gwala gives his view on the legitimacy of the new cabinet and questions Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's role.
Yet another proposal for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma has been instituted by opposition parties.
Ahmed Kathrada's widow and former Cabinet member Barbara Hogan says the President's reshuffle is a defining moment in SA history.
There has been speculation that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will resign following Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.
Jacob Zuma reshuffled Cabinet in the early hours of Friday, firing five ministers including Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Reports speculate that other ministers and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa may resign following Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.
Struggle stalwart receiving official special funeral led by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa at Westpark Cemetery in Johannesburg.
The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation has reflected on the legacy of the anti-apartheid activist who died on Tuesday morning.
We highlight two South Africans who have taken upon themselves to better the lives of school children in poor communities.
From 14-24 March Lead SA Handed over it's Twitter Handle to Prominent Organisations to focus on Human Rights
Public dialogue and activities were organised to fight racism but race talks need to continue after campaign ends says Foundation.
By Nina Jablonski, Scientific advisor to The Palaeontological Scientific Trust (PAST)
Lawson Naidoo is the Director of the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution,
Lead SA handed over their Twitter handle to prominent South African Changemakers
24 November 2016 11:08 AM
Cosatu founding General Secretary Jay Naidoo took over the Lead SA Twitter account engaging South Africans on various issues.
The ANC 101 met with National Working Committee members to discuss ways to get the organisation back to what it used to be.
Veterans insist that a consultative conference is neccesary and should only take place with a clear agenda.
SABC board chairperson Professor Mbulaheni Maguvhe is the only member left, and ad hoc committee's inquiry will continue.
What is the price that South Africa has to pay for President Zuma to bow out, asks Max du Preez? Hasn't Zuma comprised enough?
ANC veterans have called on ruling party to vote with opposition parties on the motion of no confidence against President Zuma.
ANC veteran Mavuso Msimang says corruption has become endemic in the ANC and that civil groups must mount pressure to root it out.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says that current circumstances in South Africa require people to stand up and speak out.
The ANC stalwart slammed President Jacob Zuma for not answering Thuli Madonsela's questions regarding State Capture.
Ahead of the 2019 elections, ANC veterans have called on the leadership of the ANC to embark on a corrective process.
Jonas and Gordhan have presented a united front of South Africa's Treasury despite growing concern over state capture claims.
As Advocate Thuli Madonsela steps down from her role as Public Protector 947 Producer sends a heartfelt letter from SA
947 producer, Brad, composed a special tribute for outgoing Public Protector Madonsela as she leaves her position on Friday.
Pityana said his speech was planned because he was compelled by a sense of responsibility to Stofile who shared his concerns.
According to political analyst Richard Calland, the cold war between the President and Finance Minister is damaging the economy.
Gail Johnson says Nkosi Johnson's activism in the fight against HIV/Aids has been validated by a visit from Cyril Ramaphosa.
14 December 2015 12:49 PM
ANC veteran Mavuso Msimang says the party must reflect on its stance on leadership amid proposals to have President Jacob Zuma recalled.
Two South African farmers have succeeded in lifting the ban on rhino horn trade in a recent ruling at the high court in Pretoria.
Mavuso Msimang speaks to Redi Tlhabi ahead of the 5th annual Oliver Tambo memorial lecture to celebrate the vastness of his impact
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