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If he is to convince South Africans that change is coming, the president must not let his authority be undermined, says Solly Moeng.
The EFF’s support is hugely exaggerated on social media.
Business Insider SA looks at which of the various videos and accusations have already been debunked.
The DA-governed Western Cape showed the smallest improvement in its matric pass rate over the past 10 years – though it started the decade in a good spot.
Policies include subsidising all taxi trips by 50% and scrapping affirmative action.
The northern KwaZulu-Natal town of Nkandla has been synonymous with former President Jacob Zuma. But the community is tired of being overlooked.
A businessman and close friend of former North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo was paid R1.35-million by a front company of corruption accused company Bosasa for ‘nothing’.
ANC Gauteng chairperson David Makhura says the party is not interested in coalitions and would rather go back to the drawing board if it loses elections in the province.
Although the ANC Youth League in the Free State has cancelled its plans to burn piles of a newly-released book, a report suggests that the league is stuck with loads of copies.
The ANC clings to corruption-tainted leaders, destructive policies and outmoded ideas because of its belief in collective leadership, writes Pieter du Toit.
The ANC Western Cape provincial executive committee (PEC) on Saturday announced that it has relieved political head of communications in the province Lionel Adendorf of his duties.
A Cape Town photographer says the party used his extraordinary photo without paying him.
THE African National Congress (ANC) is leading all political parties in the 2019 National elections with 54.91% from the 1 949 724 vote counted so far.
With the national election results being tallied, South African women and children who have been promised change by big and small political parties alike now wait with bated breath.
With the national elections taking place in two days, we investigate if political parties truly care about addressing gender inequality
In 1994, the ANC promised land and the NP tried to woo isiZulu voters.
Twenty-five years into South Africa's democracy, the governing party the ANC, and their political rivals the DA and EFF reflect on what Freedom Day means for them.
The ANC in the Greater Tshwane Region has distanced itself from the 'hogwash and tomfoolery' that is the planned mass meeting and Garankuwa shutdown.
In order to have a better South Africa, it is required that the mistakes of the last few years, including that of the Jacob Zuma administration be corrected, according to ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa.
The ANC has been the dominant political party since 1994, scoring overwhelming victories in every general election since the advent of democracy. It has been plagued by corruption and scandal over the last decade – but is the edifice cracking, or will it hold once more?
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