Browsing: Lindiwe Zulu

I can claim no special insight into the machinations at the ANC national general council. A seasoned political reporter once told me that no one knows what’s going on inside that famously broad church. And she was known for her ANC insight and contacts. Even Thabo Mbeki, despite his hold over

The ANC wants to deal with the negative way it is being portrayed in the media and will accelerate a parliamentary inquiry into establishing a Media Appeals Tribunal, the party’s communications subcommittee member Lindiwe Zulu said on Sunday. “The feeling

Grand plans for the revamped government communications portfolio have been a bitter disappointment, with the minister of the newly created portfolio, Faith Muthambi, having in effect been sidelined after a disastrous first three months in office. She struggles to speak in public

The magnitude of Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s power was revealed this week when cabinet was apparently told that his permanent appointment as SABC chief operating officer was not up for discussion. The Mail & Guardian was reliably told – by sources in government and the tripartite alliance – that a minister

E-tolling is not a major election issue for the ANC ahead of this year’s elections, roads agency Sanral’s CEO, Nazir Alli, has said. “I don’t think it was a major concern, they just wanted to hear it from the horse’s mouth so to speak; to hear it from our

Weekend newspaper reports suggest that controversial communications minister Dina Pule is about to be sacked by President Jacob Zuma, with Lindiwe Zulu to take her place in the crucial portfolio. According to a report in the