Former finance, public enterprises and home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba must appear before the state capture commission from March 8-12. File image. Image: Esa Alexander Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba’s comments on his appearance before the state capture inquiry has drawn
The latest testimonies in the state capture inquiry have revealed the rot in the ruling party and its leaders. It is disheartening to learn that the very people we should report crimes to are corrupt and lack morals. The very same Hawks who have arrested Angelo Agrizzi are also implicated. How
South Africans do not need a repetition of empty, baseless promises from you. The African National Congress (ANC) has always made big promises pre-elections with minimum or no implementation at all. There is no time for cheap talk now, we need action. The nation needs transparency, honesty and
Agang South Africa (AgangSA) will host a soccer tournament in Kamelport, Mpumalanga, as part of the party’s launch of the province’s election campaign. AgangSA will also donate soccer kits and soccer balls to the local teams. We are building an inclusive South Africa, where dreams
If you want to change the world, start by changing yourself. #GivingBackToTheCommunity #SweepingOurOwnDoorstepFirst.