WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Lawyers for disgruntled Free State ANC members have brought a court application seeking to both nullify the provincial congress and to stop the province's delegates from participating in the national elective congress.
ANC national chairperson and Speaker of the National Assembly Baleka Mbete has said that despite the predictions of naysayers, the ANC's upcoming national conference will be dignified, respectful and united.
ANC provincial leaders are embroiled in a new battle over the number of delegates they have been allocated for the party's elective conference, with KwaZulu-Natal demanding an increase in its delegation.
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Zimbabwe's ex-president Robert Mugabe has reportedly sent a message of condolences to the family of his former health minister Dr Timothy Stamps, saying that he is happy he (Stamps) has been declared a national hero.
A new survey shows that the deep-seated rot associated with state capture does not sit well with the majority of South Africans, with 77% of the population feeling that the country is moving in the wrong direction.
Divisions within the City of Cape Town are becoming even more apparent, with transport and urban development mayoral committee member Brett Herron saying spatial development policies have indeed received resistance.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane is questioning whether Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is deliberately withholding the release of a report into the Vrede dairy farm project, ahead of the upcoming ANC elective conference.
Will delegates at the national conference care about Cyril Ramaphosa's appreciation of the country's linguistic diversity and give the ANC its first truly multilingual president, asks Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
There are over 700 families living in Steenvilla, and only a few dozen have defaulted regularly on their rent since the complex started in 2010. But what happens when people in social housing can no longer afford to pay rent?
On Tuesday Western Cape Provincial Traffic gave us a demonstration on how their Mobile Testing Units work. These units are checking the road-worthiness of vehicles ahead of the festive season, and this battered minibus taxi failed the exam. Watch.
Despite a request for the branch votes at the ANC's KwaZulu-Natal provincial general council (PGC) to be verified, delegates have been informed that the results remain relatively unchanged with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma remaining the region's preferred
The City of Johannesburg says it has activated outbreak response teams across the city to 'help educate the public' on preventing the spread of listeriosis, a disease that has thus far claimed over 30 lives.
Robert Mugabe's former spokesperson has told a private newspaper in Zimbabwe that relations between Grace Mugabe and then vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa broke down irreparably over plans to honour his 93-year-old ex-boss.
Time magazine named Wednesday "The Silence Breakers" who revealed the pervasiveness of sexual harassment and assault across various industries that triggered a national reckoning in the United States as Person of the Year.
A scheduled feedback session for Uber drivers fearing for their safety has taken a wrong turn after the company called security, resulting in a standoff outside their offices near Cape Town International Airport.
Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has been leasing out some of his familys farm land to white businessmen even though he threatened others for doing that while he was in office, a private newspaper says.
Parliament's oversight committee on public enterprises will on Wednesday continue to hear evidence by members of the power utility's board into the mismanagement of public funds at the state-owned enterprise.