He says the City of Cape Town has abandoned almost 6,000 commuters from Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain
He questions whether the commission is investigating parliament, the judiciary and the executive which make up the three arms of the state.
Residents are angry after a schoolgirl on a motorcycle was reportedly injured at an unmarked speed bump in the Pretoria North area.
The party began to protest when their leader was denied access, reportedly due to him wearing party regalia.
The party has advocated for gangsterism to be ended through development, rather than sending the military. 
Police spokesperson Captain Bradley Rawlinson says the suspects were arrested in Vereeniging on Sunday.

Thieves posing as prospective parents at East Rand nursery schools 

Fidelity ADT has warned nursery school staff of a disturbing trend that has begun to emerge, where thieves pose as parents.

Inside the commission: Who’s in Zuma’s corner?

BLF leader Andile Mngxitama – one of the prominent Zuma supporters in attendance – was barred from entering the commission building.

‘Zuma is ready to out people,’ says advocate Sikhakhane

Several witnesses have implicated the former president in the massive rent-seeking scandal that defined his nine-year administration.  

Uncertainty surrounding Diepsloot planned service delivery ‘shutdown’

If the planned shutdown goes ahead, it will affect motorists, schools, taxi operations, and construction projects.

Zuma lawyer accuses state capture commission’s Pretorius of ‘condescension’, bias

Muzi Sikhakhane, who says the commission treats ‘certain witnesses as sweethearts and others as accused’, was applauded by Zuma supporters.

‘I’ve been vilified’ and alleged ‘to be the king of corrupt people’, Zuma tells Zondo

The former president says the commission is part of his ‘character assassination’ because of his knowledge of spies within the ANC.

World DR Congo urges calm after Ebola case in key city

The outbreak is the 10th in the country in 40 years, putting all countries in the region on alert.

Jacques Pauw challenges Mkhwebane to reveal meeting details with Manyike

Manyike says the public protector’s office contacted him about a month ago because they were looking for former Sars official Michael Peega’s contact details.

Opinion Advisors, auditors and lawyers score big in Steinhoff mess

Steinhoff International has spent R11 million per weekday on advisory fees for services rendered, forensic investigation and technical accounting support.

Zuma gets standing ovation as he arrives at Zondo commission

A number of his supporters rose to their feet, clapping and chanting his name as he arrived.

WATCH LIVE: Part 2 of Jacob Zuma’s testimony at the Zondo commission

The former president continues his testimony, which has included several bombshells so far.

Opinion The enablers of state capture

There were various inconsistencies and discrepancies in Neo Solutions director and shareholder Vivien Natasen’s evidence that were not adequately resolved.

Nafcoc wants Tswaing municipality in North West disbanded

This is in response to a violent protest that swept through the municipality in Letsopa, Ottosdal.

Eish! Car rental company sues ANC for failing to pay for 595 cars

Sizwe Car Rentals says they have the invoices to prove that the governing party owes them more than R5.7 million.




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