National Assembely Speaker Baleka Mbete has agreed to reschedule an Economic Freedom Fighters motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma on Thursday.
The radio has evolved since the first broadcast by Italian engineer Guglielmo Marcconi in 1901. On 13 February 2018, World Radio Day – themed ‘radio and sports’ – celebrates how radio broadcasting of sports has promoted freedom of speech, cultural diversity and expression. The growth in internet usage in South Africa has expanded radio reach across […]
The National Chaiperson of the ANC, Gwede Mantashe is today expected to address the Mpumalanga Provincial rally to celebrate the party’s 106th Anniversary celebrations at the Elukwatini Stadium.
Political analyst, Moeletsi Mbeki says if the African National Congress (ANC) leadership followed what the Constitution of South Africa says about how to remove the President of the Republic of South Africa, it wouldn't have put itself in this current standoff.
Alleged large scale corruption involving multinationals companies and the violation of the United Nations embargo prohibiting sale of arms to the apartheid government dominated discussions at the People's Tribunal on Economic Crimes underway in Johannesburg.
Kenya remarkably held out against top-class opposition to end Saturday's Day 1 at the Hamilton Sevens in New Zeland where they ended their Pool D undefeated and have secured a berth in Sunday's quarterfinals.
Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Ben Martins will receive a subpoena to appear before the Eskom Parliamentary inquiry into state capture on Wednesday.
Life Esidimeni hearings in Johannesburg.
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Politicians, film stars and business people have been discussing the state of the world at a Swiss ski resort. Day one of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos has wrapped up now. Anchor Francis Herd is on the ground and brings us the highlights.
Thato Molosankwe has called for ten-thousand men from all provinces to join him for the last hundred kilometres of his marathon walk on the 27th of this month from Smithfield to Bloemfontein in the Free State.
SABC digital news editor, Izak Minnaar has been named one of the jury chairs for the 10th Annual Bookmark Awards which will be on 1st March in Johannesburg.
Thousands of learners across the country will miss the first few days of the new school year due to late registrations. Many parents in Mpumalanga, Gauteng and Limpopo are still searching for places for their children, in particular in urban schools. Many kids are still on the waiting list. According to the Department of Education […]
Higher Education Deputy Minister, Buti Manamela says he is satisfied with the way the application process of the Capricorn TVET college in Polokwane is being run.
The African Christian Democratic Party says it cannot support a motion to remove Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille until all the correct processes have been followed.
ANC 106th anniversary to be celebrated on 13th January in East London.
The ANC has turned 106 years old on Monday and its president Cyril Ramaphosa together with other five officials pay tribute to four former party presidents in KwaZulu-Natal later this morning. They include Josiah Gumede, Pixley Seme, Albert Luthuli and the party’s founding president Langalibalele Dube.
Some photos catching the atmosphere at the closing of the 54th African National Congress alongside newly elected ANC president, Cyril Ramaphosa’s maiden speech at the closing of the National Conference.
Multi-award winning Afro Pop star Ringo Madlingozi says he is humbled to be among artists that will be performing at the ninth edition of the Buyelekhaya Pan African Music festival in East London on Sunday. The festival will have a mixture of emerging and established artists from Eastern Cape and other provinces. He will share […]
The SABC says it's ready to meet with trade unions BEMAWU and CWU today in an attempt to end the strike by the public broadcaster's members of staff across the country.
Road Traffic Management Cooperation Chief Executive Officer Advocate Makhosini Msibi says traffic officers are ready to make sure that the road fatalities are reduced this festive season.
Cape Town Mayor, Patricia de Lille, has again appealed to residents to save water. She accompanied city officials to install water metres to restrict households with excessive water usage. The City has already installed 19-thousand water metres in what De Lille has describes as desperate measures to save water. The metres restrict the use of […]
The South African National Defence Union (SANDU) has condemned the illegal evictions of residents from the abandoned Marivale military base in Nigel, east of Johannesburg.
The Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings into the deaths of 141 mentally ill patients will resume in Parktown, Johanesburg this morning.
Saudi authorities detained one of the kingdom’s most prominent businessmen and the head of the National Guard in a sweeping anti-corruption inquiry that gives Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman more authority. Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who owns investment firm Kingdom Holding, was among 11 princes, four ministers and tens of former ministers detained, […]
The death toll rose to at least 27 on Sunday from the typhoon that pummelled central and southern Vietnam just days before the region is due to host the APEC summit of Asia-Pacific leaders. Typhoon Damfrey, the 12th major storm to hit Vietnam this year, made landfall on Saturday with winds of up to 90 […]