Cabinet will on Thursday brief the media on its preparations for the inauguration of Jacob Zuma as President.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the inauguration of Jacob Zuma as the country’s president next Saturday, 24 May.
Government has confirmed that the inauguration of the new President will take place on Saturday May 24 at Union Buildings.
Kgalema Motlanthe delivered his speech after he was sworn in as the 3rd President of the country following Thabo Mbeki’s resignation in 2008.
Nelson Mandela’s greatest pleasure, his most private moment, was watching the sun set with the music of Handel or Tchaikovsky playing.
The first foreign observers are expected to start arriving in South Africa on Thursday for the May 7 elections.
The Independent Electoral Commission of SA (IEC) is expected to release the final lists of parties and candidates contesting the elections on Tuesday.
The ANC Western Cape leader, Marius Fransman, says it’s unacceptable that prime farming land in the province still belongs mostly to white farmers.
The EFF says it will consider coalitions with other parties only if they support its vision for land expropriation without compensation and the nationalisation of mines.
The chairperson of the Democratic Alliance federal executive, James Selfe, says the call for the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) chairperson Pansy Tlakula to resign is irresponsible.