The African National Congress (ANC) is briefing the media on the state of readiness for its upcoming 110th birthday celebration on January 8.
African National Congress (ANC) President Cyril Ramaphosa continues to criss-cross the Limpopo province on Thursday. He is visiting the Waterberg and Peter Mokaba Regions ahead of the party's 110th birthday celebrations this coming weekend.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has described as concerning, the acts of vandalism at the Constitutional Court in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. A 36-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly used a hammer to smash windows at the Constitutional Court buildings.
Some traditional leaders in the Vhembe District in Limpopo have told African National Congress (ANC) national chairperson, Gwede Mantashe, that squabbles within the ANC leadership are affecting provision of services in communities.
African National Congress (ANC) Treasurer General Paul Mashatile says they welcome the first part of the State Capture Commission report that was handed over to President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday.
The architect of the National Assembly building, Jack van der Lecq says the most critical part to rebuilding is to test the structural integrity of the building.
Anti-apartheid activist Lord Peter Hain says he's encouraged by the first part of the State Capture Commission report saying that it puts the spotlight on British consultancy firm, Bain, for their deliberate dismantling of the South African Revenue Services (SARS) during the tenure of Commissioner Tom Moyane and the Presidency of Jacob Zuma.
African National Congress (ANC) President Cyril Ramaphosa has challenged the party members to go back to the grassroots level and make sure the ANC is functional at the branch level.
A small team with two fire engines are constantly checking that the fire is completely extinguished before handing the site over to the police and the Department of Public Works to start their investigations.
African National Congress (ANC) Deputy President David Mabuza has committed to visiting Limpopo next month in order to engage with traditional leaders about their challenges.
The Speaker of the National Assembly Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says an investigation to determine if fire systems at Parliament were compliant with regulations will commence once the precinct has been declared safe for inspection.
African National Congress (ANC) National Chairperson Gwede Mantashe says he is confident that proper decisions will be taken as recommended in the State Capture Commission's first report.
Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis is about to brief the media to thank the firefighters who helped to contain the fire at Parliament. The fire broke out on Sunday and caused extensive damage to the old and new National Assembly buildings.
African National Congress (ANC) top leaders are spending the week in Limpopo, building up to the party's 110th birthday celebrations.
Former Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela who first ordered the establishment of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has blamed former President Jacob Zuma for delaying the process of the Inquiry.
ANC Deputy President David Mabuza is engaging with traditional leaders in Polokwane, Limpopo. Mabuza is in the province ahead of the ANC January 8 Statement address on Saturday.
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa is paying a courtesy visit to the BaPedi regent in Sekhukhune Limpopo. Ramaphosa is in the province ahead of the ANC January 8 Statement address on Saturday.
Director of Accountability Now, Advocate Paul Hoffman says following the release of the first batch of the State Capture report, first consideration should be to reform the criminal justice administration.
The African National Congress's top four will on Wednesday meet with various traditional leaders across Limpopo as part of its four-day 110th birthday celebrations.
Parliament and the workers union Nehawu have agreed to end their public spat regarding the causes of the fire at the precinct.
The first part of the State Capture Commission's report has been made available to the public. It was officially handed over to President Cyril Ramaphosa by the Commission's Chair, Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo on Tuesday afternoon.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says Part One of the report into State Capture will be made available by Tuesday evening. Ramaphosa made the announcement during the official handover of the first part of the report at the Union Buildings a short while ago.
The Chief Fire Officer of the City of Cape Town Ian Schnetler says internal fire fighting is the best method to combat a structural fire such as the one that broke out in Parliament's National Assembly building.
The lawyer of the man accused of causing the devastating fire at Parliament, says his client plans on pleading not guilty.
A fire broke out in the Parliament precinct in Cape Town on Sunday, which resulted in extensive damage to historic buildings.
The African National Congress (ANC) in Limpopo says all logistical arrangements are in place to host the party's annual January 8 statement and 110th anniversary in Polokwane.
Opposition parties in Mpumalanga have sent condolences to the Malatjie's family following the passing of the Executive Mayor of EMalahleni Linah Malatjie.
The DA has called for an independent forensic investigation into the fire that has destroyed the buildings of Parliament. Chief Whip Natasha Mazzone says the police themselves cannot investigate the incident.
The bail application of the 49-year-old man implicated in the burning of Parliament has been postponed to Tuesday next week by the Cape Town Magistrate's Court.
The high court in Johannesburg has struck off the roll an application brought by lobby group Democracy In Action seeking to stop President Cyril Ramaphosa from receiving the first instalment of the State Capture report on Tuesday afternoon.