Should the motions succeed, it will effectively serve to remove the ANC from the running of the municipality.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that he intends to create another state-owned enterprise to deal with South Africa’s energy crisis is patently ludicrous.
On the 7th of June 2022, Jaco Swart was convicted of assault with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm against his estranged wife, Nicoleen. The Pretoria North Regional Court sentenced Swart to a paltry R20 000 fine, as well as a three-year prison sentence, suspended for a period of five years.
Yesterday, the MMC of Transport, Cllr Funzi Ngobeni, launched the R90 Million Metrobus refurbishment project aimed at bettering the quality of public transport for the residents of Johannesburg.
I have today written to the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP), Adv Shamila Batohi, requesting a meeting to further discuss her letter to ActionSA relating to the prosecutions of those named in the State Capture Report.
ActionSA is pleased to report a clean audit outcome for the party for the financial year concluding 31 March 2022. The audited financial statements have been submitted ahead of schedule by our auditors to the IEC in accordance with the requirements of Sec 12 of the Political Party Funding Act 6 of 2018 (PPFA).
ActionSA wishes to extend our deepest commiserations to the families of the butchered patrons who became victims of gun violence while reveling at taverns in Soweto, Katlehong and Pietermaritzburg.
ActionSA is pleased at the result obtained in yesterday’s by-election in KwaNobuhle in the Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB).
ActionSA is disheartened by yesterday’s Krugersdorp Magistrate Court’s decision to grant bail for 26 suspects implicated in the Krugersdorp Passport Fraud Syndicate.
ActionSA’s legal team has written to the Director of Public Prosecutions in Mpumalanga, Ms. Nkebe Rebecca Kanyane, for an urgent update on the judicial inquest into the Lily Mine tragedy.
ActionSA notes, with concern, the parole of the former Crime Intelligence Head, Richard Mdluli, after serving a fraction of his sentence for kidnapping, assault, and intimidation.
ActionSA is baffled by a letter received from Minister Gwede Mantashe’s office, which displays complete disdain for the Lily Mine disaster and the victims.