Fraud charges won’t stop Malema from getting votes in 2014

By Reginald Makgoba His reputation as the voice of the poor might have been marred by the allegations of corruption and fraud but the Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius ‘Juju’ Malema seems to have found a strong voice that resonates with the hopes of many young South Africans as well as those gatvol with the … Continue reading “Fraud charges won’t stop Malema from getting votes in 2014”

Gays are “bad examples” to children

The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa (Contralesa) maintained its calls for a debate on the removal of gay and lesbian rights in the South African constitution. Setlamorago Thobejane, Contralesa secretary-general, said in a radio interview that South Africa is the only African country that has legalised same sex marriages. He said majority of … Continue reading “Gays are “bad examples” to children”

ANC shows “authoritarian tendencies” – DA

The decision by the African National Congress (ANC) to issue a statement calling on the Cape Town Press Club to revise its membership rules following agriculture, forestry and fisheries minister’s refusal to address the club in the presence of Democratic Alliance (DA) spokesperson Pieter van Dalen reveals the party’s “authoritarian tendencies”, says Van Dalen in … Continue reading “ANC shows “authoritarian tendencies” – DA”

Malema, Magaqa, and Shibambu’s names restored to ANCYL list

Just over a week we broke the story on how the ANCYL website changed hours after its president was expelled from the mother body, the African National Congress (ANC). Changes that happened on the website included the removal of expelled/ suspended league members’ names from the list of its elected leaders which was placed on … Continue reading “Malema, Magaqa, and Shibambu’s names restored to ANCYL list”