The Democratic Alliance’s (DA) representative at the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC), Mike Moriarty, says it disagrees with the commission’s ruling about Patricia de Lille’s resignation.
Former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks boss, Johan Booysen, is expected to take the stand at the State Capture Commission of Inquiry in Parktown, Johannesburg, on Wednesday morning.
GOOD party leader Patricia de Lille says she is waiting for the Electoral Court's judgment on the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) corruption allegations against her.
The uMzimkhulu Magistrate's' Court is on Wednesday expected to hand down judgment in the bail application of three men arrested in connection with the killing of former ANC Youth League secretary-general, Sindiso Magaqa.
DA leader, Mmusi Maimane, believes that a non-racial coalition government would bring change to South Africa.
The African National Congress (ANC) in the City of Joburg says it is yet to prove whether its members are involved in inciting service delivery protests.
Some residents of Seshego Limpopo have expressed concerns over what they call poor service delivery in the area.
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has ordered the Democratic Alliance (DA) to desist from saying that GOOD Party leader Patricia de Lille was fired as Cape Town Mayor.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has told hundreds of students at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) that former President Nelson Mandela erred when he announced free housing for all at the dawn of democracy.
The African Security Congress (ASC) has opened a case against the African National Congress (ANC) for allegedly vandalising its posters on the streets of East London and parts of Nelson Mandela Bay in the Eastern Cape.
ICASA says it has taken into account all the principles that govern the allocation of slots for Party Election Broadcasts (PEB) to ensure fair and equitable treatment in all the broadcasting services.
Deputy President David Mabuza says land restitution remains a key ingredient in restoring dignity to those who were dispossessed.
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa has received a warm welcome at Moletjie traditional council offices outside Polokwane in Limpopo. He is in the area on a campaign to woo voters.
The Executive Mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba, had to abandon his public meeting with Alexandra residents on Monday after it was disrupted.
An ANC councillor in Alexandra north of Johannesburg says they could have helped save Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba's public engagement with the residents of Alexandra on Monday evening at the Marlboro Community Centre, if he had acceded to their demands.
The leader of the FFPlus, Pieter Groenewald, has urged the farming community of Mokopane in Limpopo to vote for his party in the upcoming elections to prevent the ANC to get a two third majority vote.
EFF leader Julius Malema took his election campaign to Mzivukile sports ground in Nseleni outside Richards Bay on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast.
Former ANC President Jacob Zuma has pleaded with party members and supporters, who might be unhappy with internal party matters, to resolve their grievances internally instead of punishing the party.
Residents of a transit camp in Welbedacht at Chatsworth in the south of Durban, say they continue to live in shacks with pit latrines, 25-years into democracy.
The Congress of the People (COPE) has conceded that the coalition government in Johannesburg has failed the people of Alexandra in the three years that they have been in power.
Leader of the African People's Convention (APC) Themba Godi says his party is a good alternative for voters who are tired of empty promises.
The Democratic Alliance says it will soon meet with the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) and the police to hand over evidence that the African National Congress orchestrated the recent violent protests across the country.
The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) in the North West says it is more than ready in administering free and fair elections in the province.
Political analysts say the recent spate of violent protests in the country is not surprising, particularly when leading up to the elections.
Residents of Alexandra township north of Johannesburg say they are not happy about the City's mayor Herman Mashaba's visit to their area on Monday.
The government says it has committed itself to deal with the deepening moral decay and social ills that breed hate crimes and corruption within society.
The UDM has denounced what it calls lack of developments in Marikana near Rustenburg in North West since 2012.
IFP KwaZulu-Natal premier candidate says the party still believes that it will attract the support it needs to win the upcoming May 8th elections.
COPE leader, Mosioua Lekota, says rural communities must vote out corrupt leaders if they're serious about service delivery.
The African Transformation Movement took its election campaign to Mpumalanga on Sunday.