If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Showers late. More sun than clouds. Mild.
There are no fundamental challenges regarding the controversial economic recovery and transformation strategy, according to ANC secretary general, Ace Magashule.
The ANC has once again said its time to return "back to basics" when it comes to local government and a new "district development model", acknowledging that not enough support is given to municipalities.
The ANC has come out strongly against the recent spate of violent attacks against foreign nationals living in South Africa.
Ace Magashule has described the ongoing spate of violent protests in parts of the country as criminality - not xenophobia - he has warned that "anti-revolutionaries" are using tribalism to pit Africans against one another.
Former Free State economic development MEC Mxolisi Dukwana says he is still waiting for ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule to make good on his threats by initiating legal action against him.
The ANC is not happy with a recent survey that measures the popularity of politicians among South Africans.
ANC secretary general Ace Magashulethe says the donation from controversial businessman Dr Iqbal Survé to the Western Cape ANC is a "thing of the past".
The ANC NEC's latest statement was so devoid of reality and beset with contradictions it is impossible to take seriously. And it spoke of problems as if it isn't chiefly responsible for almost all of them, writes Pieter du Toit.
Former MP and member of the ANC's national executive committee Derek Hanekom might be facing an investigation by the same committee investigating secretary general Ace Magashule's involvement into the establishment of smaller parties.
ANC national executive committee member Derek Hanekom is likely to face a disciplinary hearing after he admitted meeting the EFF shortly before a motion of no confidence vote in former president Jacob Zuma two years ago.
The ANC's head of economic transformation Enoch Godongwana says that funding plans for Eskom still need to be finalised and are likely to be announced at the mini budget.
Former general secretary of the messianic churches, Buyisile Ngqulwana remains steadfast that his statements about the African Transformation Movement (ATM) being the brainchild of ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule are factually true and not defamatory.
While ANC leaders often face criticism for putting the party ahead of the country's economic and social well-being, the ANC Veterans League says it will take a strong ANC to save South Africa.
Former Free State economic development MEC Mxolisi Dukwana labelled ANC secretary general Ace Magashule a "blesser to many" for allegedly sourcing money from the public purse through an asbestos auditing contract.
ANC secretary general Ace Magashule says the party’s decision to disband the Western Cape provincial executive committee and replace it with an interim provincial committee is "going very well" and that "peace and stability" have returned to the province.
The actors enabling Jacob Zuma and the Guptas to have their way are desperate to divert attention away from their own sins to whatever mud they can throw at Cyril Ramaphosa, writes Adriaan Basson.
The former head of the Free State department of agriculture, Peter Thabethe, has told the commission of inquiry into state capture that he had been summoned by the Public Protector's office last week to give evidence about the Estina dairy farm case.
No progress has been made in the ANC's investigation into the possible involvement of NEC members in the mushrooming of smaller parties, deputy secretary general Jesse Duarte told journalists on Tuesday.
The ANC has briefed the media on the outcomes of the NEC's meeting over the weekend, where the party's top leadership met to discuss a range of matters including the controversy around Derek Hanekom and Jacob Zuma's explosive state capture inquiry testimony.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is facing attacks from all sides, including from within his own ranks. The time has come for him to use his executive authority, shore up his support in the parliamentary caucus and implement urgent reforms. And to avoid what PW Botha did.
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