The ruling party is out to get your property. And its putting legislation in place to do it.
The civil rights organisation AfriForum declared a dispute with MTN and launched a public campaign over the alleged racist action that is supported by the telecommunications company.
Solidarity today confirmed that the court battle to challenge the implementation of sports quotas would continue.
Gambling came about as a result of human beings’ need for entertainment.
The ANC national government has a negative net satisfaction score among all voters on all of six core issues - Economic Growth, Crime; Education; Healthcare; Corruption; and Land Reform - but is rated as the party best placed to deliver on five of them, the exception being fighting corruption, which...
A screw-like device found in the wreckage of the Boeing Co. 737 Max that crashed last Sunday in Ethiopia indicates the plane was configured to dive, a piece of evidence that helped convince US regulators to ground the model, a person familiar with the investigation disclosed.
The first set of results from the February 2019 Election Poll conducted by the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) into the electoral landscape in South Africa shows that the ANC currently stands on 54.7% nationally. That’s 1.3 percentage points down from December (56%).
Beneficiating South Africa’s rich mineral resources has long been a dominant feature of the ruling ANC's industrial policy ambitions - but far greater gains are available to the economy by boosting mining itself, and the myriad industries that feed into it.
South Africans need to speak clearly and forcefully for their interests if they are to secure the future of the country as a free and prosperous society. This was the message delivered by Institute of Race Relations (IRR) project manager Terence Corrigan at the launch of the Southern African Agricultural...
No, this is not an April fool's joke but from 1 April, job experience will no longer be a pre-requisite for those applying for entry-level jobs in the public service.
The SA government is intensifying ways and means of taking private land and property for state use.
A national campaign has been launched against Discovery Bank’s share plan where only black clients can receive 10% of shares in the bank.
The numbers presented in Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni’s budget speech are another warning that South Africa is sailing into very serious political and economic trouble, says the Institute of Race Relations (IRR).
“Unconstitutional and potentially extraordinarily damaging”, is how the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) describes the Expropriation Bill of 2019. The Bill is open for public comment until the end of today, and the IRR urges South Africans to stand up against the measure by demanding four key changes.
If you are one of the few white engineers still left working at Eskom trying to keep the lights on, then your days can be numbered soon.