The credibility and reputation of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane was dealt another blow when the Gauteng High Court made a personal costs order against her – the second in as many weeks.
The DA says democracy and the right to freedom of speech are the true winners in a court battle over an SMS stating President Jacob Zuma "stole" taxpayers' money.
The Constitutional Court has upheld an appeal by the DA against an Electoral Court ruling that the opposition party could not publish an SMS saying President Jacob Zuma stole taxpayer's money.
Opposition parties were determined to crush the ANC in the 2014 elections and gave the party a tough challenge, provincial ANC chairperson Paul Mashatile says.
The ANC accepts the Constitutional Court's dismissal of IEC chair Pansy Tlakula's bid to appeal a ruling that her misconduct in 2009 warranted her removal from office.
The ANC has defended the Electoral Commission of SA following claims by DA leader Helen Zille that the institution was in danger of becoming another ruling party "lapdog".
DA leader Helen Zille has questioned the ability of the Electoral Commission of SA to run free and fair municipal elections in 2016, saying it is under threat of becoming an ANC lapdog.
Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan says he voted for the ANC hours after quitting Agang SA, according to a report.
Agang SA could reconcile following the resignation of its leader Mamphela Ramphele, the party says.
The EFF’s bold red outfits certainly get them noticed, but what’s the point? Is it all just playing dress-up or is there meaning behind it? News24 finds out.
The Johannesburg metro police will remove political parties' election posters at a fee of R1 000 from next week.
Constitutional Court judges have said that comments and opinions could rarely be "false” during Monday’s ruling when they upheld an appeal by the DA against an Electoral Court ruling.
President Jacob Zuma has admitted that his health took a knock after the May elections, saying in an interview with the SABC that he'd overworked himself.
IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula did the right thing by resigning, but the controversy is regrettable and leaves behind an impressive legacy at the IEC, the DA says.
The DA has claimed victory in by-elections across South Africa, while the ANC says it was grateful to win eight wards, including three previously held by other parties.
The ANC in Limpopo has called for the disqualification of a DA councillor accused of not being registered in the right ward to contest a by-election.
Members of the Agang SA faction that supported former leader Mamphela Ramphele have resigned from the party.
Former Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele raised R30m in cash to establish the party, says the party’s outgoing spokesperson.
An R80 000 booze bill racked up during a two-day “official ANC” election bash at a Durban nightspot - organised by Youth League “heavyweights” - remains unpaid.
The Electoral Court has recommended that IEC chair Pansy Tlakula be removed from her position was welcomed by three of the parties who brought the application.
The ANC has praised President Jacob Zuma's "action-oriented" State of the Nation address, but opposition leaders have described it as "mediocre" and "muted".
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