Judgement in Grace Mugabe’s immunity case will be delivered at the South Gauteng High Court this morning. The court will rule on the application to set aside diplomatic immunity for the former Zimbabwean first lady.
Power utility Eskom will today release its interim results for the six months ended September 30th last year, and the focus is likely to be on the steps that the utility will take to clean up its poor governance mess and avert a liquidity crisis. The embattled Eskom is currently under the spotlight as ratings agencies and lenders are anxious about its deteriorating finances as well as the government's ability to provide direct equity support to Eskom.
The newly-elected provincial chairperson of the ANC Sihle Zikalala has welcomed the arrest of a suspect who allegedly shot dead an ANC Youth League branch chairperson in Umlazi. Zikalala said the ANC has received a report of the arrest.
The Inter-Ministerial Committee on the BRICS Summit, represented by its Chairperson, Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Ms Lindiwe Sisulu and Co-Chairperson, Minister of Higher Education Ms Naledi Pandor,
Two African National Congress provincial elective conferences are wrapping up today. In Gauteng newly elected Chair of the province, David Makhura and his counterpart in Kwa Zulu Natal Zihle Zikalala are expected to close the two conferences. The Gauteng provincial elective conference is being held in St Geoge Hotel In Irene, near Centurion and the KwaZulu Natal one is being held at the Durban University of Technology. To wrap up, Gontse Moyahi of Newsnote News Agency has compiled this report.
In what could signal an end to a long and complicated battle over the country’s National Traffic Information System‚ the Constitutional Court yesterday made a ruling in favour of the transport department. The effect of yesterday ’s judgment is that‚ essentially‚
Two of the ANC’s biggest regions in Gauteng, Joburg and Ekurhuleni, tied neck-and-neck in the top five provincial executive representation while Tshwane became the biggest loser of the three major regions.
Kenyan intellectual Patrick Lumumba said without land there would be no peace in Africa. Lumumba was delivering the Nelson Mandela memorial lecture at Walter Sisulu University Mthatha campus last night. The lecture was also attended by‚ among others‚ Bhisho legislature deputy speaker Mlibo Qoboshiyane‚