The ANC says it has resolved that it will test the Constitution, as it pertains to land expropriation without compensation.
It is not government that is held to ransom by traditional authorities, but rather some of the village communities under traditional leadership authorities, writes Ralph Mathekga.
The ANC in the Free State has elected new leadership following its provincial conference over the weekend.
Embattled North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo’s assertion that a hitman was hired to kill him has fallen apart, while his brother has been revealed as yet another beneficiary of Denel’s largesse.
The ANC-led government must not be held to ransom by traditional leaders acting as “village tinpot dictators” and lay claim to land that doesn’t even belong to them.
Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekurhuleni all have pressing housing crises yet they have failed to use the funds handed to them from Treasury.
This week on POLOTIKI, the battle of ideas over land within the ANC takes centre stage.
Democratic Alliance provincial heavyweight and Eastern Cape MPL Veliswa Mvenya has resigned from the party.
A shack caught fire in the Tswelopele informal settlement as President Cyril Ramaphosa was speaking about the need to electrify the area and provide the residents with decent houses.
It is fascinating to listen to confused potential voters as the official opposition tries on the governing party boots of infighting, divisions and hauling each other to the courts, writes Mahlatse Mahlase.
Former Cabinet minister Trevor Manuel says he often wonders why Jacob Zuma’s presidency was allowed to continue for as long as it did.
Even though most ANC regions in KwaZulu-Natal held smooth conferences, the party’s provincial coordinator Sihle Zikalala admits the province is not ready to hold its conference just yet.
How about ‘economic liberation through education’? Surely that’s a golden bullet that all South Africans – irrespective of race – can subscribe to, writes Robert J. Traydon.
The ANC in the Free State might be headed for more court battles if it goes ahead with a provincial conference.
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel says the removal of Thabo Mbeki from office in September 2008 led to a rapid change of South Africa’s fortunes.
What was supposed to be a routine budget speech at the legislature on Tuesday was disrupted by former president Jacob Zuma’s unexpected presence there.
Patricia de Lille says she just wants to work together with the DA for the next 10 days for the sake of Capetonians.
The Democratic Alliance has declared Patricia de Lille’s return to the mayoral office as only “ceremonial” and says “substantive governance decisions will be taken by the DA caucus in the interests of the people of Cape Town”.
Three months ago, Jacob Zuma was ousted as president in a humiliating end to his nine-year rule, but he and his supporters seem determined to not go quietly.
The inter-ministerial task team for the North West will brief the media on the preliminary findings report presented to Cabinet last week.
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has painted a stark picture of the number of municipalities requiring urgent aid.