ICYMI Zuma has to explain his Cabinet reshuffle, court rules, Public Protector will investigate Dlamini, Mbalula promises to tackle Cape gangland, and IPID bemoans lack of cash

More and more South Africans are finding their voice, and speaking out in defence of our Constitution. We must salute them – and encourage even more to do the same, writes Sipho Pityana.


Saftu bursts onto the scene while Cosatu slides into obscurity

This drama of Workers Day vindicates the decision by Saftu to offer workers an alternative to Cosatu, which has now surely reached the end of the road, writes Zwelinzima Vavi.

On Collen Maine’s reckless remarks

The voice of the ANCYL is deafeningly silent when it comes to youth issues. Its president seems to speak only when it’s his turn to defend President Zuma or insult people, writes Rebone Tau.

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Zuma must provide reasons behind Cabinet reshuffle, judge rules

President Jacob Zuma must hand over all records explaining the reasons why he reshuffled his Cabinet, Judge Bashier Vally has ruled in the High Court in Pretoria.

Public Protector to look into request for Dlamini probe

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will look into the Democratic Alliance’s request to probe Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini for allegedly misleading Parliament.

Gangsters think they are the government – Mbalula

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has expressed concern over the prevalence of gangsterism on the Cape Flats.

Cash-strapped IPID struggling to stay afloat – McBride

Independent Police Investigate Directorate head Robert McBride has told Parliament the unit’s budget is not enough to support future projects.


An end to bakkie-taxis? ‘DoT should ban transportation of people on bakkies’ – JPSA

“If the DoT is serious about road safety then it will ban the transportation of people on the back of bakkies entirely,’ says Justice Project SA as it highlights changes to road laws regarding bakkies.

Why I’ll never wear a dress: how being bullied warped my perception of body hair

It’s hard to wear a frock when people constantly comment on the amount of body hair you have.

How long working hours may affect your health

Being at work more than 60 hours a week had most damaging effects on women’s well-being, study finds.


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