In The News South Africa

ANC awaits Cosatu’s formal notification on Zuma ban

JOHANNESBURG, May 23 – Following Congress of South African Trade Union’s decision on Tuesday to ban President Jacob Zuma from attending its future activities, the African National Congress (ANC)  has moved swiftly to issue a statement saying that the decision is “noted” by the party. “The ANC has not received any formal communication in this regard, we therefore won’t make […]

In The News South Africa

SACP- National Imbizo declaration urges inquiry into state capture, among others

JOHANNESBURG, May 21 ANA, The national imbizo convened by the South African Communist Party in Boksburg in Ekurhuleni this weekend, has adopted a declaration on a “minimum platform of action” anchored on various demands, including the urgent appointment of an independent judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, which was the key remedial action required […]

Lead South Africa

SACP imbizo kicks off

JOHANNESBURG, May 19 – Member of the tripartite alliance, the SA Communist Party (SACP), which has been a vocal critic of President Jacob Zuma and has called on him to step down is holding its national imbizo from Friday to discuss the problems facing South Africa. The party said the imbizo would be attended by […]

In The News South Africa

Communists lash out at Zuma and divulge confidential discussion points

JOHANNESBURG  – The SA Communist Party (SACP) on Wednesday confirmed that President Jacob Zuma plans to replace Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. SACP deputy secretary Solly Mapaila said his party decided to divulge confidential discussions held with Zuma and other top leaders because of “selective and factional leaking of discussions” to the media. “The SACP wishes […]

International South Africa

SACP calls for investigation of Multichoice’s possession of Mafela’s archives

JOHANNESBURG – The South African Communist Party (SACP) on Monday, called for an investigation of the transfer of the late actor Joe “Sdumo” Mafela’s work which it said was among the national archives sold to Multichoice by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC). “The national heritage, in the form of archives, that the SABC conveyed […]