Pressure is mounting on the African National Congress to recall President Jacob Zuma.
United Democratic Movement leader Bantu Holomisa has called on the African National Congress (ANC) to use its National Executive Committee meeting on Wednesday to decide on the future of President Jacob Zuma.
The SACP says if the ANC’s new NEC ignores calls to reconfigure the tripartite alliance and deal with state capture, it risks losing the 2019 elections.
ANC Presidetnt Cyril Ramaphosa’s maiden speech showed he might indeed be the leader South Africa has been waiting for.
The Democratic Alliance says it will oppose President Jacob Zuma’s application for leave to appeal the High Court’s State Capture ruling.
Here is the prepared text of newly elected ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa’s closing address at the 54th National Conference at Nasrec, Gauteng: This is a deeply humbling moment, to address the closing session of the 54th National Conference of our beloved and glorious movement, the African National Congress. There is no doubt that this […]
Police Minister and head of the African National Congress’s subcommittee on Organisation Renewal, Fikile Mbalula, says the ANC’s 54th National Congress has resolved on the establishment of a commission of inquiry into state capture.
Fikile Mbalula provided feedback on the ANC’s Organisational Renewal policy on the last day of the National Conference in Gauteng on Wednesday.
Within a short time, the 4000 odd delegates to South Africa’s governing African National Congress’s 54th National Conference will elect a new party leader.
Political analyst Aubrey Matshiqi says courts are beginning to make senior government officials and politicians in government liable for the decisions they make.