The KwaZulu-Natal ANC’s eighth provincial elective conference has elected a new top leadership after a shaky start to its highly-anticipated conference.
ANC Gauteng chair hopeful David Makhura has called on ANC members to stop asking the EFF to return to the political party, as horse trading intensifies ahead of the nomination and election of new provincial leaders.
The ANC-led government and its municipalities need to act urgently to correct the neglect experienced by coloured communities in Gauteng, premier and ANC provincial chairperson hopeful David Makhura has said.
Ramaphosa has cautioned against a new “tendency” in the ANC for members who contested against one another to end up hating each other.
ANC KZN provincial task team coordinator Sihle Zikalala says unity is still possible in the province despite the members’ actions.
The ANC Gauteng’s regions are still embroiled in discussions about who should lead the province as the party prepares to kick off its 13th provincial congress.
ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has lashed out at party members who continue to take the party to court “if a decision doesn’t favour the individual”, as he opened the ANC KZN 8th provincial elective conference.
DA leaders say the high crime and gangsterism in Cape Town’s low income areas warrants special action.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has returned home, after a punishing visit to three countries in three days, with billions of dollars in pledges. But it has also been a hard lesson in diplomacy, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
Warring ANC KZN factions are gearing up for the highly anticipated eighth provincial conference at Durban University of Technology’s sports centre.
The president of Mazibuye African Congress, a new political party formed in KwaZulu-Natal, says former president Jacob Zuma is not a member of their party but “a total embodiment of a struggle of a black child in South Africa”.
Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota says he will continue to stand firmly by his view that there is no need to amend the Constitution or to expropriate land without compensation, even in the face of being called a disgrace and a sell-out.
The ANC can forge ahead with it elective conference this weekend, after an application by several disgruntled Ekurhuleni members was struck off the roll of the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg.
On this Mandela Day, with Obama’s words still ringing loudly in our ears, each of us should take a hard look in the mirror and decide whether you are a democrat or not, writes Adriaan Basson.
The ANC KwaZulu-Natal’s provincial task team says delegates will decide whether they want unity leadership or whether positions will be contested at the upcoming provincial elective conference.
A new poll by market research firm Ipsos has the ANC polling at 60% support ahead of next year’s elections.
The ANC in Gauteng says it is confident and ready ahead of this weekend’s provincial conference, despite looming court challenges against two of its regional conferences.
“Unforeseen circumstances” have been cited as the reasons for the delay in a planned United Nations technical team visit to the North West province to assist it to return to normalcy.
A new motion of no confidence in Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille will be heard at the first council sitting of the third term.
The ANC’s provincial task team in KwaZulu-Natal has reached an agreement with disgruntled members.
The Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu-Natal believes that the Ingonyama Trust Act should not be repealed but rather amended so that people living in communal land can have security of tenure.