ARTICLES RELATING TO ANC

By-election - Where is the EFF?

2015-04-01 08:57

Six political parties and six independent candidates will be contesting the by-elections being held in six provinces yet none are being contested by the country's second biggest opposition parties the Economic Freedom Fighters.

DA: Zuma múst have his day in court

2015-03-31 21:42

The DA has said that President Jacob Zuma must have his day in court after the NPA's answering affidavit showed no substantive reason why the charges against him were dropped.

ANC national general council postponed

2015-03-30 22:05

The ANC national general council which was scheduled to take place in June has been postponed to October, secretary general Gwede Mantashe has announced.

Mpuma ANC fumes over anti-Mabuza faction’s tactics

2015-03-26 16:46

The ANC in Mpumalanga has urged a disgruntled faction to raise its concerns in the branches.

ANC candidate for SABC board fails to produce qualifications

2015-03-24 17:39

The name of an ANC-favoured candidate to fill a vacancy left by Ellen Tshabalala in the SABC board has been withdrawn at the 11th hour as the candidate failed to submit proof of his listed qualifications.

Too many white faces in rugby - Parliament committee

2015-03-24 16:56

Race has become another sore point for the South African Rugby Union when transformation in rugby was discussed in Parliament.

Parliament dismisses concerns of Zuma bias

2015-03-22 14:10

Parliament has dismissed accusations by opposition parties that the presiding officers were biased and protecting President Jacob Zuma.

Zille: ANC reintroduced dompas system in SA

2015-03-20 11:59

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has surprised the ANC opposition in the province by revealing that a "dompas" system in place in Worcester was actually reintroduced by the ANC.

Malema: Opposition MPs risk being assassinated in Parliament

2015-03-19 17:20

EFF leader Julius Malema has claimed opposition MPs risk being assassinated in Parliament unless presiding officers are prevented from calling police into the National Assembly.

Dignitaries pay tribute to Chabane at memorial

2015-03-19 15:24

Several speakers have paid tribute to public service and administration minister Collins Chabane at a memorial service in Pretoria.

 

By-elections give a taste of the poll to come

2015-04-01 06:32

Political parties are contesting by-elections in six provinces - the only real indicator of voter trends ahead of local government elections next year, an analyst says.

Rhodes & the rage of the black middle class

2015-03-31 07:38

The turbulence around the Cecil John Rhodes statue also has a positive side: it gives us a glimpse into the frustrations and aspirations of the emerging black middle class, says Max du Preez .

Western Cape ANC fights for its survival

2015-03-29 19:15

The clock is ticking for the Western Cape ANC leadership to convince the national leadership not to disband them.

Battle lines drawn as Mpuma’s Mabuza fights for another term

2015-03-25 18:14

After years of alleged rigging and irregularities to keep Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza in power, the gauntlet has finally been thrown down by ANC members who say they have had enough.

Hoskins addresses Parliament

2015-03-24 17:28

Race has become another sore point for the SARU when transformation in rugby was discussed in Parliament.

UDM pulls out of 'flawed' Nkandla report process

2015-03-23 19:11

The UDM has pulled out of a parliamentary process regarding Nkandla security upgrades which its leader Bantu Holomisa has described as flawed.

Court dismisses application over 2013 by-election

2015-03-20 14:02

The Electoral Court has dismissed an application by independent candidates in Tlokwe, in the North West, to set aside the 2013 by-elections based on alleged irregularities.

Nkandla: DA, EFF off to court if Zuma doesn't pay

2015-03-20 08:15

The DA and EFF say they will go to court if Police Minister Nathi Nhleko decides that President Jacob Zuma does not have to pay back part of the money spent on upgrading his private estate at Nkandla.

New farmers take root in SA's old tribal lands

2015-03-19 16:27

New farmers are turning the soil to profit in SA's old tribal homelands as Pretoria speeds the transfer of land from whites to blacks.

Police minister ready to give Nkandla decision

2015-03-19 09:30

Police Minister Nathi Nhleko is ready to say if President Jacob Zuma must pay back part of the money that went into upgrading his private estate at Nkandla, according to a report.

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