Many ANC veterans are deeply disillusioned by the party’s actions today, and have urged the party to “stop the rot” at its elective conference.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has delivered her final address ahead of this week’s ANC national elective conference, which could see her becoming the party’s first female president.
The ANC says that it trusts President Jacob Zuma will implement the state capture judgment “without delay in the interest of our country”.
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s recommended remedial actions after her investigation into state capture were wise, necessary, rational and appropriate, the North Gauteng High Court has ruled.
President Jacob Zuma might have to fork out as much as R1.5m in legal fees for delaying the release of the state capture report, says DA leader Mmusi Maimane.
The ANC wants its national executive committee to have powers to recall its deployees in all spheres of government.
The Presidency has denied that it is working on regulations for a state of emergency.
An application by 11 disgruntled ANC Eastern Cape members to nullify the province’s elective conference was dismissed by the Eastern Cape High Court in Grahamstown in Tuesday, according to reports.
The ANC must defend itself from members with nefarious intentions – Mahlobo on Free State court action
The ANC is within its rights to defend itself from members that have nefarious intentions, Energy Minister and member of the party’s NEC, David Mahlobo, has said.
Solly Msimanga is a hard-working man and one of the country’s best mayors. These are the words of Gauteng Premier David Makhura.
Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip has announced changes to his mayoral committee.
The ANC in the Free State has dismissed the threat of yet another court battle over the legitimacy of its provincial congress, and says it will push on with its second day of conference.
Lawyers for disgruntled Free State ANC members have brought a court application seeking to both nullify the provincial congress and to stop the province’s delegates from participating in the national elective congress.
Attacks on the media and white monopoly capital form part of the political report delivered by ANC Free State chairperson Ace Magashule.
The ANC in the Free State is yet to start its much anticipated provincial congress.
ANC presidential candidate Ramaphosa insists that the president’s suggestion that the losing contender deputise has ‘never gained traction’.
Presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma keeps her jabs at a minimal at her final public appearance before the 54th elective conference in Nasrec next weekend.
KwaZulu-Natal ANC provincial chairperson pulled no punches at the Durban ANC rally calling Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa desperate.
ANC Women’s League chairperson Bathabile Dlamini hit out at Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday in Durban saying the presidential hopeful had skeletons in his closet.
ANC provincial leaders are embroiled in a new battle over the number of delegates they have been allocated for the party’s elective conference, with KwaZulu-Natal demanding an increase in its delegation.
Julius Malema is one of South Africa’s most contentious leaders. However, people should be slow to write him off as a political extremist. The fact is, Malema is at a crossroads, writes Robert J. Traydon.