2017-03-28 07:26:35.0

Struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada dies

Struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada has died‚ his foundation said on Tuesday morning. He was 87 years old.
President Jacob Zuma greets Ahmed Kathrada at a National General Council of the ANC at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand. Picture: IHSAAN HAFFEJEE © The Times

'Submit to the will of the people and resign': The day Ahmed Kathrada asked Zuma to step down

Struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada implored President Jacob Zuma to resign – in an open letter – not long after he controversially axed Nhlanhla Nene as Minister of Finance.

Public protector details battle to get info on R400m 'irregular spending' by North West tribal authority

Forensic auditors who probed a North West’s tribal authority’s financial irregularities amounting to R400 million struggled to obtain information relating to the appointment of service providers and beneficiaries.

'Give us clarity‚' pleads business following Zuma's Gordhan bombshell

The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) has called on President Jacob Zuma to explain why he has called Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan back from an Invest SA roadshow and cancelled his deputy‚ Mcebisi Jonas’ trip to the same event.

Three appear for Joburg taxi rape‚ robbery

Three men accused of robbing and sexually assaulting a woman in a taxi appeared briefly in the Newlands Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

Mpumalanga school looted‚ torched

Mpumalanga law enforcement officials are appealing for information on the torching of Lamulelani High School in Madras near Hazyview.

WATCH: Workers discover 60 grenades‚ AK-47s in Randburg shop

Police in Gauteng recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition at a building in Randburg on Monday after receiving a tip-off from a contractor busy with alterations.

Malema wanted money from me‚ claims Minister Mokonyane

A “hurt” Water and Sanitation Minister and ANC NEC member‚ Nomvula Mokonyane‚ has launched a scathing attack on EFF leader Julius Malema‚ accusing him of calling her eight days in a row in December wanting money.

Arrested men's link to Gauteng taxi rapes hinges on ID parade‚ MEC says

The Gauteng department of community safety is uncertain whether there is a syndicate operating in Gauteng‚ pouncing on unsuspecting female taxi commuters‚ robbing them and in some instances raping them.

Zuma wants Standard Bank's application in the Gupta case struck off the roll

President Jacob Zuma has found himself caught in the legal dispute between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Gupta-controlled companies.
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