A dash of dabbing and dagga references, promises, pandering and a storm of self-praise filled Sunday’s electioneering efforts as political parties made a final push ahead of the local government elections.
The Democratic Alliance is so confident of a win at the polls in Nelson Mandela Bay that the party is already planning its victory lap and promised to return to slaughter cows in a victory celebration.
SABC chief operating operator Hlaudi Motsoeneng may be held personally responsible for thousands of rands of legal costs that have been incurred as a result of the SABC’s decision to fire employees who objected to its policy not to air footage of violent protests.
An angry Democratic Alliance leader, Mmusi Maimane, has responded Jacob Zuma's name-calling, saying the ANC leader missed apartheid as he still believed in separate development and a world where black people were on one side and whites on the other.
Oscar Pistorius’s father, Henke, believes his son should never have been convicted of murder and is “furious” that his advice on the case was repeatedly ignored by the Pistorius family and their legal team.