ARTICLES RELATING TO ANC

EFF wants anwers on Nkandla, NPA

2015-02-27 19:33

The EFF will ask President Jacob Zuma about the impact of his own legal woes on the criminal justice system when he appears in the National Assembly next month.

Makhura: Gauteng ANC serious about rooting out corruption

2015-02-27 15:37

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has responded decisively to political parties who took him on about corruption during his state of the province address.

DA, ANC accuse each other of racism

2015-02-25 13:37

Race and racism have dominated the debate of Western Cape Premier Helen Zille’s state of the province address in the provincial legislature.

ANC needs to find its own FW de Klerk

2015-02-25 07:36

The ANC has stumbled into a mess because Jacob Zuma dragged it into the quicksand of corruption right at the beginning of his tenure, says Allister Sparks .

Zuma’s plan aimed at making ANC members rich - Zille

2015-02-24 11:18

The nine-point plan President Jacob Zuma presented during his State of the Nation address is aimed at making ANC members rich, DA leader Helen Zille says.

ANC says eThekweni vote-buying claims unfounded

2015-02-24 07:19

Allegations of vote buying in the recent election to determine the chairperson of the ANC's largest region are unfounded, the ANC's eThekwini regional secretary says.

Jobs for cadres: ANC protects its own

2015-02-22 16:04

A municipal manager embroiled in a jobs for ANC cadres scandal might not face disciplinary action due to the protection he is getting from the party.

ANC MPL suspended after disruption

2015-02-20 16:30

The ANC's Western Cape Chief Whip Pierre Uys has been suspended for two days after the state of the province address had to be adjourned.

AfriForum: Zuma comments are empty words

2015-02-19 21:28

President Jacob Zuma's undertaking that the ANC would continue to defend minorities were empty words, AfriForum has said.

Parents, teachers must address bullying - ANC

2015-02-19 16:15

Parents and teachers should work together to address bullying in schools, the ANC says, describing as shocking reports that a KZN grade nine pupil was filmed being beaten and bullied.

 

SA ambassador regrets faking doctorate

2015-02-27 17:30

South Africa's ambassador to Japan, Mohau Pheko, has told the SABC she regrets saying she has a doctoral degree, when she does not.

ANC: Opposition trying to be radical

2015-02-26 15:46

The ANC in the Gauteng legislature has called on opposition parties to stop trying to "sound radical" by calling for e-tolls to be scrapped.

A shot at ANC deputy president for unhappy Dlamini-Zuma?

2015-02-25 09:01

For months rumours have circulated about why AU Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma may not seek a second term. Now the SA spy cables may help explain why, writes Ferial Haffajee .

Burgess top of list for intelligence oversight post

2015-02-24 17:29

Former senior ANC MP Cecil Burgess has made it to the top of the second shortlist ofr the watchdog post of inspector general of intelligence.

SA’s democracy a juvenile delinquent

2015-02-24 08:15

South Africa’s democracy comes of age in four weeks’ time but if the behaviour of politicians is a yardstick, our democracy is still a juvenile delinquent, says Max du Preez .

Cops keep EFF, ANC apart during Makhura's address

2015-02-23 14:26

Police have formed a barrier line to separate members of the EFF and the ANC demonstrating outside the Gauteng legislature following Premier David Makhura's delivery of his state of the province address.

Officials subpoenaed in Mandela funeral funds probe

2015-02-21 07:40

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's office has subpoenaed senior Eastern Cape politicians and officials as part of the investigation into the misuse of funds relating to former president Nelson Mandela's funeral.

ANC delays Zille's state of province address

2015-02-20 12:45

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's state of the province address has been adjourned after starting two hours late and being disrupted when the ANC raised a point of order on a ruling made last year.

Zuma asks opposition to remain calm

2015-02-19 18:04

President Jacob Zuma has urged the parliamentary opposition to remain "cool", but extended an olive branch to the EFF in the form of a rare compliment to its leader Julius Malema.

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