Church leaders in KwaZulu-Natal are calling on authorities to give a fitting sentence to those who will be found guilty of electoral fraud.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) says it does not understand why smaller parties are making allegations against the Electoral Commission.
Black First Land First (BLF) leader Andile Mngxitama, has welcomed the judgement by the Electoral Court that solidifies the party’s place on the ballot paper for the May 8 elections.
As the May 8 elections draw closer political parties mudslinging is intensifying with the FF Plus, BLF saga and DA vs GOOD battle taking centre stage.
The Cape Town High Court has referred the telemarketing case between Good leader Patricia de Lille and the Democratic Alliance (DA) to the Electoral Court. Judge Robert Martin believes the Electoral Court is most appropriate to deal with the matter as the dispute is of a political nature.
Corruption scandals as well as struggles at Eskom have led to an increase in political alienation of voters as well as an increase in perceptions of corruption, and this has reduced South Africans’ confidence that the country is headed in the right direction.
African National Congress (ANC) Secretary General Ace Magashule says he is considering legal steps following allegations of corruption against him contained in a new book.
The Pan African Congress (PAC) has insisted that it is genuinely united not just for the sake of the elections but to preserve the history of the party.
Errol April is a MK veteran who grew up on the Cape Flats. Fruit farming is a long stretch from what he knows: explosives and bombs.
The Independent Electoral Commission in the Western Cape has met with the Muslim Judicial Council in Cape Town to discuss how observing Ramadan will impact on the national elections.