SABC Chief Operating Officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Parties welcome SCA ruling on Motsoeneng

Thursday 8 October 2015 12:50

The DA has welcomed the Supreme Court of Appeal ruling after the court dismissed with costs an application by SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng, the broadcaster and the Communications Minister.


Judgment on Mbete’s fitness to hold office case postponed

Tuesday 6 October 2015 16:25

Judgment in the matter between National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete and Agang has been postponed until Wednesday morning in the High Court in Cape Town.


 Agang, COPE and the UDM have approached the Western Cape High Court in their bid to remove Baleka Mbete.
Court to deliver judgement on Mbete removal bid

Tuesday 6 October 2015 05:57

The High Court in Cape Town will on Tuesday deliver judgment in the matter between National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete and Agang, COPE and UDM.


Carl Cloete has taken a swipe at South Africa's biggest labour
Cosatu has neglected its mandate of fighting for workers: Numsa

Wednesday 30 September 2015 12:48

Numsa deputy general secretary Carl Cloete has taken a swipe at South Africa's biggest labour federation, Cosatu. Cloete says Cosatu has neglected its mandate of fighting for workers.


'Proposed parliamentary changes to hinder proper oversight'

Tuesday 22 September 2015 12:31

Former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, Tony Leon, says some of the proposed changes to the National Assembly rules will hinder Parliament's ability to conduct proper oversight.


COPE marches against attack on judiciary

Monday 21 September 2015 20:27

COPE supporters in the Free State have marched to the Kroonstad magistrates' court in the northern Free State in support of the country's judiciary.


Mixed reactions to Al Bashir ruling

Wednesday 16 September 2015 20:14

There have been mixed reactions on government's failed bid to appeal a decision that it acted unconstitutionally with regards to Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir's departure.


Ntsiki Mazwai argues that in the 100 years of the ANC, it has never seen a female president
Mazwai tells-off Maine over female leadership

Monday 14 September 2015 07:30

Poet Ntsiki Mazwai has hit back at newly-elected ANC Youth League president, Collen Maine, who crudely criticised her for calling for stronger women leaders.


COPE says corruption in the police and in society can never be tolerated.
COPE to protest against alleged police corruption

Wednesday 9 September 2015 10:06

COPE members are set to picket outside Thokoza police station on Gauteng's East Rand over alleged corruption at the station.  


Lucky Montana has reportedly agreed to comply with the Public Protector’s findings on Prasa
Pressure mounts on Montana to face charges

Wednesday 26 August 2015 12:15

COPE says it will push to have former Prasa CEO, Lucky Montana, subjected to a high-level investigation by the Hawks.


COPE to debate coalitions for local government elections

Saturday 22 August 2015 19:17

Congress of the People (COPE) says it will debate ways of collaborating with other opposition parties to win votes in next year's local government elections.


Opposition parties taking Nkandla matter to court

Friday 7 August 2015 15:40

Opposition parties in Parliament say it's highly likely that they will take the Nkandla matter to court.


Judgment reserved in Mbete's 'fit to hold position' case

Thursday 6 August 2015 20:40

Parliamentary Speaker Baleka Mbete's fate was the topic of three days of argument in the Western Cape High Court this week.


COPE lays fraud charges against former SABC chair

Wednesday 29 July 2015 20:42

Congress of People (COPE) has laid fraud charges against former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) Chair Ellen Tshabalala at Brixton Police Station in Johannesburg.


COPE says it has recorded 105 complaints against Sassa.
COPE opens fraud case against Sassa

Monday 27 July 2015 20:25

COPE has opened a case of fraud against Social Development officials in Kwa-Mhanga Police Station in Mpumalanga.


COPE says unemployed youth with no criminal records should be the first priority when it comes to employment opportunities.
COPE cautions against govt bid to employ ex-offenders

Saturday 25 July 2015 14:08

Congress of the People (COPE) says the Department Correctional Services is setting a dangerous precedent by encouraging the employment of ex-offenders while many young people have no jobs.


The rhetoric in parliament has altered since the EFF’s arrival.
Is EFF the new COPE?

Saturday 25 July 2015 07:31

SABC News Research & Policy Analysis researcher Lennox Ralebona writes that the EFF has its priorities listed in black and white.


Police Minister to brief Parliament committee on Nkandla

Tuesday 21 July 2015 07:00

Police Minister Nathi Nhleko will brief Parliament's Adhoc Committee on Nkandla at the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature in Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday.


COPE lays charges against Prasa’s Montana, Mthimkhulu

Monday 20 July 2015 15:57

COPE has laid criminal charges against former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana and suspended head of engineering Daniel Mthimkhulu.


Political parties react to SABC CEO’s appointment

Wednesday 1 July 2015 20:49

Political parties have reacted to SABC CEO’s appointment. Matlala is filling a position that was left vacant for more than a year by Lulama Mokhobo who resigned from the position.


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