DA leader Mmusi Maimane has blamed President Jacob Zuma and the ANC for bad living conditions in Zandspruit during a visit to the informal settlement.
President Jacob Zuma has called on all South Africans to exercise their democratic right by going out in their numbers to vote.
With less than 100 days to go until the 2016 municipal elections, the IEC says it is confident it will deliver free and fair polls on August 3.
The DA has raised concerns over the independence of the IEC, saying they, and other opposition parties, will guard their August 3 votes together.
The United Democratic Movement wooed Gauteng voters with promises to put the community first at a rally in Pretoria on Sunday.
Mmusi Maimane is not in charge of the Democratic Alliance but he is merely put there to appeal to black voters, EFF leader, Julius Malema, says.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema, says South Africans have honoured the ANC enough for liberating the country, and it was time to move on.
A small crowd has gathered in Ebony Park in Midrand to listen to EFF leader Julius Malema.
“The face of poverty in 2016 is still black. The ANC governs as if black lives don’t matter,” DA leader Mmusi Maimane has told supporters. "It's time to fire the ANC and give the DA a chance."
Protests have turned violent outside the Limpopo High Court during hearings into a municipal demarcation case that could derail the local government elections.
The IEC has been ordered by the High Court in Pretoria to recognise Luthando Mbinda as PAC leader for purposes of the upcoming local government elections.
EFF leader Julius Malema will be speaking at a community meeting at Jabulani in Gauteng as part of the build-up to the party's 2016 election manifesto launch.
Former Mandela-era minister Roelf Meyer says the EFF are the biggest beneficiaries of President Jacob Zuma’s stubborn refusal to resign following the ConCourt’s Nkandla judgment.
The ANC is trying to determine why less than half of the anticipated 100 000 people pitched up for its election manifesto launch in Port Elizabeth.
The ANC can no longer keep fooling South Africans because even the modestly educated citizen can see through the smokescreen, an expert says.
"Only the ANC, the governing party, is better placed, experienced and determined to bring about more meaningful change to the lives of our people," President Jacob Zuma has said at the launch of the ANC's municipal election manifesto in Nelson Mandela Bay.
South Africans were sick and tired of President Jacob Zuma, and that was why the ANC could not fill a stadium during their manifesto launch, DA leader Mmusi Maimane believes.
There were drum rolls, blue confetti and even fire as the DA's Western Cape leader, Patricia De Lille, launched her mayoral campaign.
The local government elections will not be postponed despite uncertainty about whether the voters’ roll should include addresses, Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Des van Rooyen has said.