Millions of voters in Malawi cast ballots Tuesday in a closely-fought election, with President Peter Mutharika battling to hold off two rivals in a race that focused on corruption allegations and economic development.
Members of the Africans National Congress (ANC) National Executive Committee are holding a special meeting in Pretoria to dissect the party’s performance in the 2019 national and provincial elections.
Small parties have been battling it out for a slice of the electoral pie with some major victories and casualties expected.
African Independent Congress (AIC) Treasurer General Margaret Arnolds says they have not received any complaints regarding the voting and election processes. She says they have heard complaints from other political parties but none from their own members. Watch for more on the story:
Pan Africanist Congress of Azania’s (PAC) NEC Member, Julia Wilson says they are unhappy about the discovery of a pack of three unused, un-assembled ballot boxes on the side of a road in Tzaneen, Limpopo. The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) says it has investigated the incident and found that the boxes were lost […]
The Congress of South African Trade Unions will be celebrating this year’s International Workers’ Day across the country, with rallies set to kick off on Wednesday morning. Other rallies will be held at the Isaac Wolfson Stadium in KwaZakhele, Port Elizabeth, the James Motlatsi Stadium in Orkney, North West, as well as various other venues in all other provinces.
South African diplomatic missions around the world are making final preparations for the almost 30 000 citizens who will make their marks in the country’s national election.
Sudan could face a counter coup if military rulers and the opposition do not reach agreement on a handover of power to civilians, leading opposition figure and former prime minister Sadiq al-Mahdi said on Thursday.
The African Independent Congress (AIC) is due to embark on a door-to-door campaign at various informal settlements in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.