The ANC has lost the no confidence motion it brought against Western Cape premier Helen Zille, with WC leader Khaya Magaxa absent from the debate.
Western Cape premier Helen Zille is refusing to divulge the name of the funders of a lavish birthday party thrown for a member of the Democratic Alliance earlier this year.
The Public Protector Busisiwe has accused Helen Zille and Patricia De Lille of contempt of her office after neither showed for a visit to Masiphumelele.
On Thursday President Jacob Zuma visited Knysna and described the scene he saw as the “worst disaster I have ever experienced.”
Helen Zille will remain premier of the Western Cape, but has stepped down from participating in all decision-making structures within the party.
Leader of the Freedom Front Plus, Piet Groenewald, said the differences between Helen Zille and Mmusi Maimane extended far beyond tweets about colonialism.
The EFF, led by Julius Malema, officially laid criminal charges against those who have been implicated in tender irregularities at Transnet on Friday.
Julius Malema says the EFF will lay criminal charges against Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, calling him a facilitator of state capture.
Helen Zille has been suspended from all party-related activities, following a meeting of the Democratic Alliance’s Federal Executive this weekend.
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.