The EFF second-in-command says there’s no way his party’s president has declined in popularity, as the EFF grew in the May 8 elections.
The matter was postponed to allow the accused to secure legal representation.
Tebogo Mokwele and Nkagisang Mokgosi stepped down as MPs but remained members of the party.
AfriForum and the Nelson Mandela Foundation presented opposing arguments on the banning of a symbol that became globally infamous during the apartheid era.
The plant was one of three that formed part of the City’s response to the severe drought.
Earlier this month, Outa said it had found samples of the E. coli bacteria in the area’s drinking water.

Health Gauteng health department worsens in first quarter

Waiting times for hospital patients, tuberculosis treatment, medicine availability and fatality rates have deteriorated.

Courts R140m Seriti commission’s arms deal findings set aside

The report, which cost taxpayers close to R140 million, was declared a ‘manifest failure’ at holding those responsible for corruption accountable.

Investigation Ipid to probe death of Tshegofatso Selahle

The 35-year-old’s death, allegedly at the hands of JMPD officers, has devastated his family and partner, who suspect officials are involved.

Courts Solidarity hails court victory in Denel case over salary deductions

This comes after the arms utility applied to Sars for a payment deferment amid ongoing liquidity challenges.

General BMF creates legal fund to take on companies violating Employment Equity laws

The forum is seeking to ‘reinforce its monitoring capacity’ through the establishment of the fund.

Accidents Cosatu hails demerit system: Road deaths a ‘massive drain’ on economy, workers’ pockets

The trade union federation lamented the impact of reckless driving, saying it was ‘devastating’ to the economy.

Local News KZN to establish official community crossing point for immigrants

The idea is to simplify the movement of South African and Mozambican communities.

Environment Over 2,300 endangered tigers killed and trafficked this century: report

Skins are the single most frequently seized tiger part, but growing role breeding centres play in fuelling the illegal tiger trade, especially in Southeast Asia, is also concerning.

Courts ‘Everything was grey for me’ – Grieving dad of Swedish volunteer killed in alleged drunk driving case

He had flown from Stockholm, Sweden, to hear for himself the testimony of his son’s last moments.

Environment UK supermarkets go ‘nude’ to test plastic-free zones

Currently, British stores rely greatly on plastic to ship, store and sell items, but shops including big supermarket chains are trying to change that.

Politics Dlamini-Zuma remains mum on campaign funding

It has been alleged that both camps received donations from Bosasa, and her representative says ‘nothing’ would convince her to comment on who financed her run at the presidency.

General Unhappy Mogale City residents petition to be part of Jozi

The petition starts off with: ‘Joburg – please incorporate us as we are being wiped out by silent assassins…’

Crime Crime syndicates steal mobile service providers blind

MTN has announced its decision to shut down 53 of its cellphone towers in Gauteng due to the drastic increase in vandalism and theft of batteries.

Local News Bankrupt Limpopo municipality still pays suspended duo

Collins Chabane municipality suspended municipal manager Charlotte Ngobeni in October last year, on full pay.

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