INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

The South African Communist Party (SACP) says South Africans are in for a very rocky and unstable local government in all the hung metros in Gauteng. SACP General Secretary, Blade Nzimande says the signs of instability are already there with the Democratic Alliance (DA) failing to announce Mayoral Committee members in all three Gauteng metros. Coalition talks between smaller parties and the DA are still underway with ActionSA also wanting a slice of the cake. Nzimande says instability and
The Modimolle-Mookgophong hung council in Limpopo will resume with its sitting to elect a new Mayor on Tuesday. The council sitting collapsed for the fourth time on Monday after voting for the Mayor ended in a stalemate. The ANC has 14 seats and other parties have also 14 combined seats in the council after the November municipal elections. The council elected ANC councillor, Sinah Langa, as the Speaker on Monday. The race for Mayor is between ANC councillor Aaron Sebolayi and DA councillor and
The African National Congress (ANC) in the North West says strong action will be taken against all party councillors who colluded with opposition parties in council meetings and voted against the mandate of the party. Last week in the Mamusa local municipal council, some councillors are alleged to have voted for an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) councillor, Olebeng Mogorosi, as the Speaker. In the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District, the EFF’s Tebogo Babuile was elected mayor. The ANC’s leadership formally announced the measures in