EFF leader Julius Malema is yet to make the long journey down the N1 to Beaufort West in the Western Cape, but the party's municipal election candidates there are predicting a shake-up of the old order.
No one - including President Jacob Zuma - has the right to endorse Marius Fransman as ANC Western Cape leader, until the party's integrity committee makes a decision, secretary general Gwede Mantashe says.
The ANC is determined to win back a ward it lost to the UDM, in an informal settlement on the outskirts of political battleground Marikana.
Beaufort West mayor Truman Prince speaks about his past, unemployment in his town and claims made against him that he is racist.
People wearing ANC t-shirts allegedly killed two IFP members in uMtshezi on Sunday the IFP said in a statement.
The Democratic Alliance is so confident of a win at the polls in Nelson Mandela Bay that the party is already planning its victory lap and promised to return to slaughter cows in a victory celebration.
A dash of dabbing and dagga references, promises, pandering and a storm of self-praise filled Sunday’s electioneering efforts as political parties made a final push ahead of the local government elections.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has responded to Jacob Zuma's name-calling, saying the ANC leader missed apartheid as he still believed in separate development.
It is dangerous and illegal to put posters on electricity poles or mini sub-station structures, Eskom has warned political parties.
Former president Thabo Mbeki has been and remains a member of the African National Congress in good standing, his spokesperson Mukoni Ratshitanga says.
Cape Town - President Jacob Zuma has spent almost R10 million on legal fees and “exorbitant legal counsel’ in the past seven years, the DA said on Saturday.
President Jacob Zuma has laid into the Democratic Alliance for their ambitions to take over Nelson Mandela Metro in the upcoming local government elections.
President Jacob Zuma has arrived at the Siyanqoba Rally in Nelson Mandela Bay.
Hundreds of supporters have started streaming into the Dan Qeqe stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay where President Jacob Zuma is due to speak.
Despite talks to persuade Vuwani residents to accept their incorporation into a new municipality, they seem determined to resist.
The process of establishing a commission of inquiry into politically related killings in KwaZulu-Natal has begun, the office of the premier says.