The Freedom Movement, which consists of opposition parties such as Democratic Alliance (DA), United Democratic Movement (UDM) and Congress of the People (COPE), have planned a mass anti-Zuma march for Freedom Day.
The Democatic Alliance is adamant former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe should not receive any more money from the utility, after Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown rejected the board’s bid to afford Molefe a R30 million pension payout.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has commended Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown’s rejection of Eskom’s proposal to pay its former Group Chief Executive Brian Molefe, a R30-million pension payout.
EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has challenged SACP and Cosatu members in Parliament to vote with the opposition in the upcoming motion of no confidence, claiming that South African President Jacob Zuma is “beyond repair”.
The Democratic Alliance has appointed a “strong, experienced legal team” to lead the disciplinary hearing of former leader Helen Zille, for her controversial comments on colonialism made on social media.
The City of Johannesburg has said that it will lay criminal charges against councillors representing the African National Congress for disrupting a community meeting on Tuesday evening.
Mmusi Maimane remains convinced that South Africans have united during the past month, adding that the movement for change was gathering considerable momentum.
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane will lead a march by opposition parties against state capture on Tuesday.
The motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma, scheduled to be debated on April 18, has been postponed to May at the earliest.
The Speaker of Parliament, Baleka Mbete and President Jacob Zuma have filed papers in the Constitutional Court responding to the request for a secret ballot when the motion of no confidence is debated.