Andisiwe Makinana Political correspondent

Andisiwe Makinana is a political correspondent for the Sunday Times.

News

Government to lift J&J vaccine suspension, 1 million more doses coming by Monday

SA will receive one million Johnson & Johnson vaccines from the plant in Gqeberha by Monday, acting minister in the ...

Politics

ANC suspends Supra Mahumapelo's membership

TimesLIVE has seen a letter dated April 19 from interim provincial committee co-ordinator Hlomani Chauke which informs ...

Politics

DA to report Pemmy Majodina to parliament’s ethics committee for son’s ‘dodgy’ PPE deal

DA chief whip Natasha Mazzone says her party will report her ANC counterpart Pemmy Majodina to parliament’s ethics ...

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'Tokyo Sexwale was scammed': There's no looted fund, says Tito Mboweni

'Mr Tokyo Sexwale’s statement about stolen money is untrue, sad and [it] seems that he was a victim of the many scams ...

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Another blow for Madikizela as he steps aside as DA provincial leader

Bonginkosi Madikizela has been caught up in a qualifications falsification saga which has seen him suspended from his ...

News

Ten years and millions of rand later, state pharmaceutical company exists ‘only in name’

Blade Nzimande details the long list of blunders and failures that have led to the venture being a complete non-starter

Politics

Ramaphosa to Zuma: I regret that you see me as a deceitful person

President Cyril Ramaphosa did not support the premature removal of his predecessor Jacob Zuma from office and views ...

Politics

Cosatu 'not abandoning the ANC yet' in the coming elections

Trade union federation Cosatu will not abandon the governing ANC ahead of this year's local government elections, ...

Politics

Parties deploy heavyweights for Busisiwe Mkhwebane probe

ANC deputy chief whip Doris Dlakude is most likely going to lead the parliamentary process that will probe public ...

Politics

DA wants Human Rights Commission to investigate ‘criminally’ slow vaccine rollout

DA shadow minister of health Siviwe Gwarube described the rollout as “marred by breathtaking tardiness”.

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