Numsa is blaming the upcoming strike it has planned – to shut down the entire economy – on a group of ‘intransigent’ employers.
Makhosi Khoza suggested the party’s KZN PEC doesn’t really have a leg to stand on, primarily because its legitimacy is being challenged in the court of law.
Julius Malema has laid down conditions under which his EFF party would consider forming a coalition with the ANC.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said corruption could not be successfully fought in South Africa, without the governing African National Congress achieving some level of unity this December.
The African National Congress, in KwaZulu-Natal, said there would be no escape for Makhosi Khoza, who refuses to toe the party line ahead of the no confidence vote against President Jacob Zuma.
President Jacob Zuma said the past two decades had been an absolute waste, adding that the South African economy could have and should have been transformed by now.
Makhosi Khoza said she would not be deterred by those who are trying to silence her, as she continues to voice her absolute discontent with the Zuma administration.
For those who weren’t quite sure where this ANC Presidential campaign was heading, Lindiwe Sisulu removed all doubts that she was in it to win it, when she upped the ante and launched a campaign manifesto in Johannesburg on Saturday.
President of the Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) Kebby Maphatsoe said Makhosi Khoza clearly didn’t want to be a part of the African National Congress (ANC) anymore.
Secretary-General of the African National Congress (ANC), Gwede Mantashe, said transformation in the mining sector would remain a priority for the governing party, despite the hiccups that have been encountered with the implementation of the controversial Mining Charter.