The Presidency has confirmed on Tuesday that President Jacob Zuma has been briefed by National Assembly Speaker, Baleka Mbete on allegations of interference by the State Security Minister Bongani Bongo, in the inquiry by the Public Enterprises Committee, on Eskom's affairs.
The ANC in the Free State has become the first province to officially endorse Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as its preferred candidate to become the party's next president.
A court battle between two ANC factions in the Free State is expected to end when the high court in Bloemfontein delivers its verdict at midday.
The ANC in the Eastern Cape is set to pronounce on its preferred candidate for the national party leadership on Thursday.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) says minutes of the SABC board meeting have revealed that MultiChoice sought to pay the public broadcaster R100 million for its 24-hour news channel, in exchange for the SABC's political influence over digital migration.
Parliament's Finance Committee Chairperson, African National Congress MP Yunus Carrim has rejected the arguments by Democratic Alliance (DA) MP David Maynier that there was insufficient public participation on the Insurance Bill.
The African National Congress in the Free State is confident that it will come out victorious as the Metsimaholo Local Municipality holds its by-election on Wednesday after a coalition collapsed.
The ANC says it is taking allegations of state capture seriously.
The Free State nominations for the African National Congress (ANC) top six have been revealed.
The Young Communist League in Gauteng, Free Palestine Movement and the labour union Nehawu have jointly called for the government to shut down the Israeli embassy in the country and the South African embassy office in Tel Aviv.
The Independent Electoral Commission says it is all systems go for Wednesday’s much anticipated by-elections in the Metsimaholo Municipality in the Free State.
The African National Congress (ANC) in the Free State says it will to go ahead with its provincial elective conference this coming weekend despite continuing disputes in close to 50 provincial branches.
State Capture is under the spotlight in Parliament on Tuesday.
The communist party will be contesting their elections for the first time ever against its alliance partner the ANC. Political experts will test the SACPSs popularity outside of its alliance partners.
The African National Congress (ANC) caucus in Parliament says it has noted Eskom inquiry evidence leader, Nthuthuzelo Vanara's bribery allegations against State Security Minister, Bongani Bongo.
There are concerns that the ANC elective conference in the Free State might not go ahead as planned at the weekend.
No political party won a majority of the vote in Metsimaholo Municipality after last year’s fiercely contested local government elections, forcing parties to enter into a power-sharing deal.
The South African Communist Party (SACP) has rejected any suggestions that the decision to contest bi-elections in the Metsimaholo Local Municipality in the Free State is an attempt to test waters ahead of the 2019 general elections.
Twenty two African National Congress branches in the North West have been instructed to re-run their Branch General Meetings.
The African National Congress Caucus has expressed concern over allegations of bribery attempts by State Security Minister Bongani Bongo.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says there is nothing sinister about the dinner that he and six other ANC presidential hopefuls had with President Jacob Zuma.
The ANC executive committee in the Eastern Cape is meeting this morning to collate information from branch general meetings on nominations for next month's conference.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has been announced as the Western Cape's preferred candidate for the African National Congress’s (ANC) president.
A local fundraising dinner at KwaDukuza, north of Durban with former Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, as guest speaker has been disrupted by an angry crowd wearing ANC T-Shirts.
As African National Congress Provincial Councils start consolidating branch nominations for President Jacob Zuma's successor, challenges to the nominations process threaten to derail the conference.
The IFP says it supports a call for free education, but free education must be given to students from poor families.
Delegates from various ANC branches in the Western Cape have split into groups at the party's PGC in Cape Town to discuss their position on policy proposals and proposed constitutional amendments.
South African author Hennie Van Vuuren says the country’s democracy is suffering due to state capture. The author of the well-known book titled “Apartheid Guns and Money” made these comments while speaking during a televised debate on state capture in the country. Van Vuuren says the closure of anti-corruption agencies has allowed the state to […]
South African politicians, activists and business people have voiced their views about State Capture and corruption within the government.
The Big Debate, hosted by Redi Tlhabi, this Saturday focuses on State Capture.