Judgment has been reserved in the matter involving the National Freedom Party and the Independent Electoral Commission, the party’s spokesperson says.
The City of Cape Town and the African National Congress have started playing the blame game following protests that closed the N2.
The DA on Thursday opened three cases of fraud and two of corruption against former 2010 World Cup security chief and prisons boss Linda Mti.
Sifiso Mkhwanazi’s hopes of becoming a ward councillor in Mtubatuba in this year’s elections have been dashed because the NFP missed the IEC’s payment deadline.
Eldorado Park residents used President Jacob Zuma’s visit to the area on Thursday to express their frustrations and to ask him for help.
The Economic Freedom Fighters say the "red tide" in the Western Cape is gathering strength daily and they have a fighting chance of claiming some municipalities.
The Western Cape ANC has suspended a member for allegedly instigating violent protests on the N2 which left two buses gutted.
A panel of experts in the Western Cape has been dealing with gangsterism, taxi warfare, and community protests ahead of local government elections.
NFP members will be 'uncontrollable' should the Electoral Court rule that the party cannot contest the elections, its KwaZulu-Natal chairperson says.
Post-election support will be given to municipalities throughout KwaZulu-Natal, Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube says.
About 100 people, said to be former supporters or members of the DA in Cape Town, have joined the EFF, the party claims.
Eighteen ANC ward councillors in Msunduzi are set to be axed after the August 3 elections.
With just over a month before local government elections, KwaZulu-Natal Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube says the province is "all systems go".
Disqualifying the NFP from participating in the elections in KwaZulu-Natal would be a violation of the voters' constitutional right to vote for a political party of their choice, says the EFF.
The ANC in the Western Cape has condemned the pre-election violence which led to two buses being burnt on the N2 in Cape Town.
May 28, 2015 was the day Philippi residents burnt down ANC councillor Mzuzile Mpondwana's house. He retells his story one year on.
Being a ward councillor is a thankless job and it does not line the pockets, a well known Johannesburg councillor says.
The ANC felt a lot of pressure across the country over its selection of candidates for this year’s local government elections, a City of Johannesburg official says.