CPS will continue to make the grant payments, but only for a maximum of 12 months.
In Zuma's world Bathabile Dlamini will bring much-needed support for his preferred ANC presidential candidate, says John Maytham.
AmaBhungane investigation has shown how Net 1 uses its subsidiary CPS to sell loans and insurance to social grant beneficiaries.
Lungisa, who was appointed ANC Nelson Mandela Bay chairperson recently will return to ANC Eastern Cape Provincial Executive.
ANC NEC member Tony Yengeni has been found guilty of drunk driving and has been acquitted on a charge of reckless driving.
ANC calls for ‘harsh consequence management’ but in Parliament President Jacob Zuma said no crime had been committed.
Tony Yengeni has been found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol and not guilty of the charge of reckless driving.
Karima Brown says the bidding of a new social grants payment tender will now have to be reopened.
Zuma says he cannot be expected to act against Minister Bathabile Dlamini on social grants matter now before the ConCourt.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews EWN’s Stephen Grootes about the political ramifications of the Sassa debacle.
Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini was absent from Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
President Jacob Zuma will answer questions in Parliament for the first time in 2017, on matters including social grants payments.
Twitter has reacted strongly criticising Helen ZIlle's tweet on colonialism - including a number of DA members.
The ANC postponed yesterday's meeting with AIC, and has until month-end to finalise the coalition agreement.
Political analyst says some of Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's supporters are not good for her ANC presidency campaign.
New ANC regional Eastern Cape chair Andile Lungisa may soon have to appear before the party’s top disciplinary body.
Law Professor Shadrack Gutto speaks about President Zuma's nomination of Judge Raymond Zondo as next deputy chief justice.
President Zuma in his annual address to National House of Traditional Leaders on Friday said violence and land grabs a no no.
Deputy secretary general of the SACP Jeremy Cronin admits there are areas where President Jacob Zuma could make better decisions.
Mary Phadi, Spokesperson for Coal Transportation Forum says they do not want to end up living in a ghost town with no jobs.
Lawson Naidoo says MPs are sending a strong message to President Jacob Zuma by sending back the Bill with only minor changes.
Tourism minister is at the Meetings of Africa conference and says let's build on the good tourist reputation we already have.
ANC Youth League president, Collen Maine, called Pravin Gordhan an impimpi for enabling monopoly capital over the weekend.
Sars boss Tom Moyane says its 'regrettable' that Pravin Gordhan attributed the decline in tax revenue to the performance of Sars.
M&G reports that Sars Commissioner Tom Moyane declared an intergovernmental dispute against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
ANC says it is satisfied with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's carefully crafted Budget Speech which was delivered on Wednesday.
ANC's National Executive Committee (NEC) held a special meeting yesterday to prepare for the party’s policy conference in June.
The ANC NEC is currently meeting to prepare for the policy conference in June and Stephen Grootes breaks down what's to come.
Eusebius McKaiser says if Brian Molefe accepts the offer it would reinforce the idea that he has been a wolf in sheep's clothing.
President Jacob Zuma has emphasised that none of the government programmes should be interpreted as hatred against white people.
President will likely focus on land issue, surely a response to the EFF and its more radical land policies, says Judith February.
MKMVA and MK national council have had disagreements on the ANC NEC and whether President Jacob Zuma should resign.
Umkhonto we Sizwe veterans want ANC to elect new interim leadership at its consultative conference in June.
Provincial ANC leaders to no longer control process of nominating leadership candidates as names will go from branches to HQ.
Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, has accused the Gupta-owned Oakbay of spinning conspiracy theories.
Political analysts, Ebrahim Fakir and Thapelo Tselapedi preview ANC's upcoming policy conference.
ANC's Gwede Mantashe says he is following up with the party's general manager who allegedly signed a R1m settlement agreement.
AIC's Mandla Galo says ANC general secretary Gwede Mantashe has apologised for delays in talks about coalition agreements.
ANC's deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte says the most important aspect for the party at the moment is values and not names.
ANC Secretary General Mantashe says the party usually elects deputy as the next president but that was not the case with Zuma.
ANC secretary general, Gwede Mantashe, says there might be something wrong if the ANC doesn't use its deputy to succeed President.
As the ANC prepares for its 105th celebrations, ANC NEC member Nomvula Mokonyane says the party wants to work on self-correction.
Once an agreement has been reached on the minimum wage figure, it will have an effect on every worker in SA, says Deputy Pres.
Pityana says the ANC NEC has made a terrible decision of not removing Zuma but he is happy that the debate took place.
ANC's secretary general Gwede Mathashe, speaks to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies after the party's marathon NEC meeting.
The fight broke out during a Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality council meeting last week and the two men now face assault charges.
President Jacob Zuma received a warm welcome from Nkandla voters, but the same cannot be said for ex-president Kgalema Motlanthe.
EWN reporter Gia Nicolaides spotted a few important members of state casting their votes as elections continue across the country.
Two of the Gupta brothers have reportedly left South Africa, after resigning from their Oakbay Investment Company on Thursday.
It is reported that the controversial Gupta family, accused of capturing the state, have fled the country to Dubai.
Daily Maverick's Ranjeni Munusammy says President Zuma unlikely to be recalled by the ANC NEC this weekend.
Political Economy Specialist, Daniel Silke spoke to Xolani Gwala about what he hopes the president will highlight in light of the tough economic and political times.
Businessman and former political prisoner Tokyo Sexwale's name has been thrown into the hat as a possible candidate for Fifa Pres
A round up of the day's talkers
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