Herman Mashaba elected Johannesburg mayor, marking the end of ANC rule in the city.
The City of Johannesburg is holding its inaugural council meeting, with the DA's Herman Mashaba being sworn in as new Mayor of Joburg.
Federal Chairperson of the Democratic Allience Athol Trollip has been elected as Executive Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay.
The Economic Freedom Fighters will hold a press conference and are set to unveil whether a coalition deal has been reached with the Democratic Alliance.
Everyone took to Twitter to honour miners killed by police four years ago today.
August 16 2016 marks the 4th anniversary of the Marikana Massacre which resulted in the deaths of 44 people and at least 78 additional workers were injured.
The IFP won President Jacob Zuma's homestead municipality Nkandla with 56% of the vote against the ANC's 42%.
Results for the 2016 Local Government Elections in South Africa
On Wednesday August 3rd 2016 South Africa held it's 5th democratic local government elections, #2X was on hand to report.
Three classrooms have been damaged in a suspected arson attack at the Mugoidwa Secondary School in Vuwani.
Four young women held a silent anti-rape protest during President Zuma's address on the election results.
The Economic Freedom Fighters visited former President Thabo Mbeki at his home in Johannesburg to persuade him to vote for the party.
The final debate of the #2X campaign hosted by Pontsho Pilane at Johannesburg City Hall discussing what politicians are doing to ensure Joburg is a safe and accessible city for young people.
Women's Month is a month long commemoration of the protest on 9 August 1956, where more than 20 000 South African women of all races staged a march on the Union Buildings.
CEO SleepOut asks leaders to turn profits to purpose by sleeping out on the Nelson Mandela Bridge on Thursday 28 July 2016
KZN has seen the most suspected Political Killings in the build up to the Local Elections
The 2016 South African municipal elections will be held on August 3, 2016 for all districts and local municipalities in all 9 provinces.
Municipal elections are held every five years to elect councillors who will be responsible for governing a municipality for the next five years.
South Africa will hold it's 5th democratic local government elections on Wednesday 3rd August 2016
2016 marks South Africa's fifth municipal elections since 1994
#2X is a campaign that aims to galvanize youth participation in the greater democratic narrative, which crucially involves voting in the 2016 Local Government Elections.
The local government elections are 2 weeks away and political parties are in full campaign mode to secure as many wards as they can.
A debate series that that aims to encourage youth participation in the democratic discourse through conversations and activations.
A campaign to raise R500K by 31 July 2016 to get Eddie Ndopu to Oxford University
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