The website of the ruling party now sports a message alleging non-payment.
As Zuma packs his bags South Africa waits to find out who our new president will be.
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SABC workers are heading back on strike, but the broadcaster says it can’t meet the wage demands.
The fund was announced last week by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
The city said it will make the full investigation results public as soon as they are released.
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Opposition were not happy with some of the choices elected to serve on the SABC board.
The DA’s #PeoplesMarch kicks off at 10am tomorrow from the Westgate taxi and bus rank in Johannesburg.
Outa is calling on the ruling party to condemn the veiled threats being made by its support base.
“We cannot allow this situation to continue and the ruling party will have to look toward themselves and their inability to take this issue seriously.”
All affected parties in the SABC inquiry have until 16th February to comment on the interim report’s contents.
Former SABC chairperson, Ellen Tshabalala, fingered Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, in claims of political interference at the SABC.
Today at 2pm, the DA will launch it’s third attempt at ousting President Jacob Zuma.
The DA will lead a protest to the SABC offices in Auckland Park, to call for the immediate removal of new GE of Corporate Affairs Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
The DA says it welcomes the request by the ANC to have an inquiry into the fitness of the SABC board.
Shenanigans heard in parliament as Jackson Mthembu calls for the end of King Hlaudi’s reign.
The ANC has welcomed a decision by Blade Nzimande to exempt poor and “missing middle” students from paying fee increments in 2017.