The Mayor of Drakenstein has been booted out, but his administration is unlikely to change, unless the DA itself cleans house
It is often far more effective to allow allied competition than to spend time on infighting for the sake of dominance
The separatist forces in Yemen, currently blockading the Red Sea from Western shipping, have suggested taking out undersea internet cables
Internal sources claim DA Exco was aware of corruption in Plettenberg Bay since 2011, but chose to punish their Speaker for speaking out about it.
Firefighters are facing a tough battle this season due to thick vegetation and hot, dry windy conditions, and are constrained by an overstretched budget
Instead of taking advantage of recent global changes, South Africa has chosen instead to take costly risks with little clear payoff. Secessionists could benefit
The initial charge is for incitement to violence under S17 of the Riotous Assembly Act, but further charges may be laid pertaining to the Electoral Act
A recent court case in Bloemfontein could give the power to local ratepayers to seize back control of rates and services that local governments refuse to provide
The famous Stellenbosch student bar, which has been a hub for live music for a generation, will serve its last drink this weekend.
SADC has pledged R10 billion (mostly from SA) to send new brigades to fight the M23 rebels in the mineral-rich Kivu provinces. South African mining interests complicate matters.
5fm DJ Dan Corder recently went viral for a public defence of anti-white racial discrimination. He provides an excellent opportunity for understanding establishment propaganda.