Ace Magashule says testifying at the commission would give him the opportunity to “relate many other stories”.
The ANC Professionals’ League says, since it launched its application page online two days ago, close to 700 people have applied for membership.
Dr Nkosozana Dlamini-Zuma’s comment that “patience on the land issue is wearing dangerously thin” is often made by political leaders, but has little basis in fact, writes Frans Cronje.
A little over two years ago, coalition governments took control of four of South Africa’s six biggest cities. It marked a watershed in South African politics, and signalled the permanent arrival of coalition politics, writes Leon Schreiber.
Judgment reserved in political parties’ case against Zuma’s application to appeal costs order for state capture report review
Zuma’s lawyer says the former president was not reckless in instituting a review of the state capture report as he had a legitimate concern and followed the advice of his then legal team.
After a meeting that was marked by questions around a company tasked with handling the written submissions to the committee, MPs have asked for an extension of their deadline to report to Parliament.
Cosatu’s newly elected office bearers will do their best to work with each other and the leaders of the federation’s affiliates, says its president.
Athol Trollip has lost his bid to overturn his ousting as Nelson Mandela Bay mayor in the Eastern Cape High Court on Thursday.
The DA’s Eastern Cape leader Nqaba Bhanga vows that the party will fight back after losing its bid to overturn the ousting of Athol Trollip as Nelson Mandela Bay mayor.
DA MP Gavin Davis has resigned as an MP to take up a position as CEO at Resolve Communications, the firm of the party’s former leader, Tony Leon.
Some of Supra Mahumapelo’s most vocal detractors are going to have to work with him as part of a provincial task team seeking to rebuild a fractured organisation ahead of the 2019 elections.
The ANC in the Free State has distanced itself from a nomination list for parliamentarians that includes former president Jacob Zuma.
As premier of the Western Cape he will have big shoes to fill but with almost two decades in government, he’s got the track record to prove that he’s up to the challenge, says Alan Winde.
The DA’s “national project” is what persuaded DA leader Mmusi Maimane not to stand, he says.
Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Mongameli Bobani has clarified his apparent intention to allocate the entire budget to the townships in the following financial year.
The DA’s Western Cape premier candidate, Alan Winde, views his biggest strength as the ability to put a team together – and that is going to be his starting point in campaigning for next year’s election.
There is no hope that things will change for the better in the City of Cape Town under the leadership of Dan Plato, says the ANC in the City.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande has accused former president Jacob Zuma of confusing people with his recent comments on state capture.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane will not be his party’s candidate to become Western Cape premier after next year’s election.
Dan Plato will be the next mayor of Cape Town.
Former North West premier Supra Mahumapelo has been given a new lease of life in the ANC after he was included in a list of members expected to form part of a provincial task team.