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17
JUL

LISTEN | BLF vs FF+ a battle of political will

Black First Land First (BLF) has been deregistered as a political party.

The Electoral Commission announced on Monday that it had found in favour of an appeal lodged against the registration of the organisation Black First Land First (BLF) by the Freedom Front Plus (FF+) on the grounds that the BLF excluded membership on the basis of race.

We spoke to FF+ MP Wouter Wessels and BLF deputy president Zanele Lwana.
17
JUL

LISTEN | Day 2 - Zuma's great denial

"I don't know chair", "I can't remember chair" were Jacob Zuma's responses to most questions put to him by deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo at the state capture inquiry in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

Sunday Times politics reporter on the ground Amil Umraw sums up everything you need to know about the hours of testimony, or stunning lack thereof, in one minute.
15
JUL

LISTEN | Day 1 - Zuma's conspiracy theory

Former president Jacob Zuma on Monday attempted to discredit a former minister who testified against him at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, by accusing him of being a spy.

Ngoaka Ramatholdi, a former mineral resources minister, public service and administration minister and deputy correctional services minister, immediately challenged Zuma to a lie-detector test.

Zuma claimed that the inquiry as a whole had been formed to attack his character.

Sunday Times politics reporter Amil Umraw reports from the scene.
21
JUN

LISTEN | The June 2019 Sona in 5 minutes

On the 20 June president Cyril Ramaphosa gave his 3rd Sona address to Parliament. Sunday Times Political Reporter Qaanitah Hunter was at the event, and gives us a succinct run down of the addresses most note worthy moments.
20
JUN

LISTEN | President Ramaphosa has a dream

On the evening of the 20 June, newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa gave his third State of the Nation address to parliament. During the address he outlined his dream for the construction of South Africa's very first smart city.
20
JUN

LISTEN: The State of the Nation address in full

On the evening of the 20 June, newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa gave his third State of the Nation address to parliament.

The president put special emphasis on issues of youth unemployment, economic growth, the security of Eskom, the progress of his investment drive and land redistribution. Issues he stated, impact every member of the South African society.

Listen to the full speech here:
10
MAY

Smaller parties suspect fraud

Tensions are running high at the IEC’s Results Operation Centre in Pretoria today, as the plethora of smaller parties broke out into song, and band together to make several of their concerns known.
09
MAY

BLF states white monopoly capital will benefit from vote fixing

Live from the IEC's Results Operations Centre in Pretoria, the topic of the day is without a doubt the occurrence of double voting during this year’s national elections.

With wide spread concern being shared among various parties, Black First Land First or the BLF national spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp states that, double voting could be used by white monopoly capital as a means of keeping the party out of parliament.
09
MAY

VF+ rips the rug out from under the DA

As polling results begin to trickle in at the IEC’s Results Operation Centre, VF+ has already began to see significant growth in it national numbers. In 2014 the party held 0.9% of the national vote. Just 32% into the current national results counting, the party now holds 3.11% of the vote.

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