The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
The British currency sustained gains won late Wednesday after Prime Minister Theresa May survived a bid by her own MPs to unseat her through a no confidence vote.
With rumours swirling fast and loose regarding the president's imminent departure from office, it is important to note that he can only leave the office through three options, writes Phephelaphi Dube.
On the face of it, President Jacob Zuma is supposed to be a man in a tight corner with very little space to maneuver except to resign. But is he really, asks Mahlatse Mahlase.
Those who in the ANC who had hoped for a resurgence of the party of Luthuli, Sisulu and Mandela, are feeling very disappointed, writes Mike Roussos.
Everything possible was done to ensure it could not be determined how individual MPs voted in the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma, Parliament says.
Although I disagree with the DA's motivations for calling an early election, I believe there is a credible case to be made for the dissolution of Parliament based on facts and not emotions, writes Mondli Zondo.
The top, in-depth City Press stories reveal the reasons the NPA won’t act on the leaked Gupta emails, what lies in store for embattled President Jacob Zuma and how one ANC presidential candidate will hold looters of state resources accountable.
Two silent groups within the ANC respectively have a better chance of saving the party from the two loud and attention seeking factional groups within the party, writes Ralph Mathekga.
ANC treasurer general Zweli Mkhize has said party MPs choosing to vote with the opposition is a sign the party cannot celebrate the secret ballot result, and now needs to take stock of itself.
While the opposition are doing everything they can to end the destructive rule of Jacob Zuma, the culprit himself goes on about his usual business, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
The only thing worse than a crisis is failure to acknowledge that it exists. This sums up how the ANC is handling President Jacob Zuma's exit from power, writes Ralph Mathekga.
The upcoming motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma should be conducted through a secret ballot, EFF leader Julius Malema says.
Some in the ANC have proposed that the party amend its constitution to include expectations on how its members of Parliament should vote should future motions of no confidence be brought against its leaders.
ANC MP Makhosi Khoza insulted some of her colleagues to the point that they no longer wanted to work with her, party chief whip Jackson Mthembu has said.
The bitter attitude of ANC leaders who spoke inside and outside Parliament before and after the no-confidence vote added fuel to already existing public anger at the arrogance of the governing party, writes Prince Mashele.
The ANC is facing what is arguably the biggest crisis in its (post-apartheid) existence and it has decided to focus on internal fights, rather than on the issues that concern the voters, writes Mike Roussos.
Within the ANC, Zuma’s future is not the absorbing fixation it is outside it. Rather, his fate is a product of the battle between factions, writes Steven Friedman.
President Jacob Zuma indicated that ruling party lawmakers who backed an opposition attempt to oust him should face disciplinary action, Bloomberg reports.
The fact that so many ANC MPs dared to vote to oust the president, albeit under the “safety net” of the secret ballot, is a sign that Zuma’s enemies are everywhere, writes Mahlatse Gallens.
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