For the first time since 1994, South Africa will not commemorate Human Rights Day.
The debate of the State of the Nation Address (SONA) in a joint sitting of Parliament descended into chaos when accusations of women abuse were flung around.
As the nation awaits President Cyril Ramaphosa’s SONA, the majority of political parties in Parliament are calling on the President to give concrete, implementable plans that will deal with the challenges facing the country.
The second of February marks the 30th anniversary of former president and National Party leader FW De Klerk’s announcement of the release of former President Nelson Mandela from prison and the unbanning of all political parties.
Marchers against sanctions on Zimbabwe are calling the United States, European Union and Britain to lift sanctions with immediate effect.
Mzwanele Nyhontso has been re-elected as the president of one of the PAC factions with Lunga Mantashe as his deputy.
With the election around the corner, the idea of an immediate post-election palace coup has started spreading beyond dinner table mutterings.
PAC President, Narius Moloto, has taken his election campaign to Ga-Mothiba outside Polokwane in Limpopo.
Road infrastructure and development has come under the spotlight in the Eastern Cape. During a Morning Live election debate at Xolobeni in the Eastern Cape, various political parties raised concerns around difficulties encountered in travelling on the road leading to the Theophilus Tshangela Hall where the debate took place.
Families of slain anti-apartheid activists have received the mortal remains of their loved ones at Pretoria’s Freedom Park.