Africa must unite: Fransman12/12/2013 14:49
Former president Nelson Mandela would have wanted the African continent to unite, International Relations Deputy Minister Marius Fransman told diplomats during a memorial in Cape Town on Thursday.
‘The struggle is not yet over’10/12/2013 9:44
Minister says the struggle will continue while there are still those without jobs and those without toilets
Maqubela not a danger: lawyer5/12/2013 14:47
Convicted killer Thandi Maqubela is not a danger to society and should therefore be released on bail, her lawyer argued in the Western Cape High Court on Thursday.
Cape liquor by-law discriminatory: ANC5/12/2013 8:29
The ANC has called a last minute recommendation by the DA into Cape Town's draft liquor by-law discriminatory, newspaper reported on Thursday.
Mazibuko misleading the public, says Sizani5/12/2013 6:39
The ANC has hit back at the DA saying it was misleading the public by claiming that Parliament’s performance this year declined with a few sittings and limited time to ask ministers questions.
'Black Widow' bail bid5/12/2013 6:26
The convicted wife of slain acting judge Patrick Maqubela will today make an audacious last-ditch bid for freedom. Thandi Maqubela, who was last month convicted of killing her husband, will apply for bail at the Western Cape High Court today.
New Cape liquor law to be gazzeted4/12/2013 20:32
A new liquor by-law is expected to be published in the Western Cape provincial government gazette in January next year, Cape Town officials said on Wednesday.
Ethics review before elections3/12/2013 8:37
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has revealed that amendments to the penalties faced by ministers and deputy ministers for breaching the executive ethics code would be tabled in Parliament before the elections next year.
Court rules that website defamed1/12/2013 11:21
The High Court in Cape Town has ruled that the Friends of Zuma Trust and a related website had defamed arms deal whistleblower Richard Young
Mandla faces assault charge: report1/12/2013 10:58
Former president Nelson Mandela's grandson Mandla Mandela will face charges relating to the alleged assault of an Mthatha teacher