The ANC in Limpopo has vowed to reform itself and has urged branches to focus on rebuilding instead of holding an early special conference or consultative conference.
Three more people have appeared in court in connection with the murders of DA councillor Johannes Baatjies and his business partner, the Northern Cape Hawks have said.
KwaZulu-Natal Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube has hit back at the Inkatha Freedom Party which has accused her of working with the ANC to stall processes in hung municipalities.
Claims that a personal assistant in the Kannaland municipality will earn R100 000 a month are to be investigated by Western Cape local government MEC Anton Bredell.
The EFF in the Eastern Cape claims it has been victimised in most municipalities in the province by the ANC, says its MPL Siyabulela Peter.
The ANC Women's League has applauded Mpumalanga residents for not selling the country to the “enemy” during the local government elections.
The ANC in the Western Cape has resolved that disciplinary procedures against chairperson Marius Fransman must be expedited and that he should be suspended pending their outcome.
Newly appointed Vhembe Mayor Florence Radzilani has pledged to tackle the ongoing water challenges in the troubled municipality.
The members of Johannesburg’s newly-appointed mayoral committee are not mayor Herman Mashaba’s friends, he has said.
Incoming Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina says reports that he blamed voters for the ANC's poor showing in the elections were not a true account of what he said.
Incoming Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina does not plan on getting rid of municipal staff who served under his predecessor Mondli Gungubele.
Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor, Athol Trollip has announced his new mayoral committee, which the ANC has criticised as being white and male-dominated.
Former mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay Danny Jordaan has been appointed the official leader of the opposition by the ANC.
The last of the country's major metros elected their respective mayors and speakers on Tuesday, heralding a new era of local politics in South Africa.
Newly-elected Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina says ANC members have forgotten who fought for their liberation, while criticising the EFF for siding with the DA in hung municipalities.
Outgoing Ekurhuleni Mayor Mondli Gungubele says he is relaxed and hopeful about the future.
The EFF in Ekurhuleni has promised that its members and supporters will not cause any chaos during the voting for a mayor at the first seating.
Newcomers to the eThekwini Metro council, the Economic Freedom Fighters, have refused to sing along to the Afrikaans portion of the national anthem.
Ekurhuleni's first council meeting, where a new mayor and speaker are expected to be elected, is proceeding smoothly, with joyous singing and dancing by political party supporters.