Free State ANC conference…the wait continues
The party says the delays are due to the registration of delegates which has been underway for hours now.
Still no sign of delegates at ANC Free State elective conference
This elective conference was scheduled to start at 10am but hours later there is still no sign of the over 600 delegates.
ANC FS confirms not all branches have rerun their general meetings
Free State ANC secretary William Bulwana says only 28 of the 29 branches have rerun their meetings as ordered by the court.
Ramaphosa willing to accept outcome of ANC elective conference
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has dodged a question on whether he is willing to serve as deputy president to Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma if he loses at the party’s elective conference next week.
Ramaphosa adds controversy to ANC leadership battle with Khwezi rape bombshell
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa says he believes the woman who accused President Jacob Zuma of rape.
Zuma calls for ‘energy mix’ to boost economy
President Jacob Zuma says radical economic transformation is necessary for the energy sector.
Zuma 'very' happy to be soon stepping down
President Jacob Zuma says people don’t know how happy he is to be stepping down as ANC president. He addressed the energy indaba in Midrand on Thursday.
Zuma: Radical economic transformation an ANC policy
President Jacob Zuma says it’s not true that radical economic transformation was developed by disgraced firm UK PR firm Bell Pottinger.
ANC urges delegates not to give in to vote buying at conference
The race to the conference has now entered what analysts describe as a 'crucial period' where money can be used to win over delegates.
[PODCAST SERIES] The Showdown: Nominations are in, what now?
Eyewitness News political reporter Clement Manyathela, joined by Stephen Grootes, continues to examine the key issues facing the ANC as it heads into its 54th national elective conference.
ANC leadership jostling heats up ahead of elective conference
Eyewitness News takes a look at what will potentially play out over the next few days, now that the provincial parties have consolidated nominations from branches and made their preferred candidates official.
ANC ‘concerned, worried’ about US plans to move embassy to Jerusalem
American President Donald Trump is expected to announce on Wednesday evening that his government recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
ANC NEC expected to discuss court battles ahead of elective conference
Over 4,000 delegates are expected to descend on Nasrec from 16 December to elect a new leadership and discuss policy.
Cosatu: ANC must eliminate any threats to elective conference
The governing party has had to deal with legal challenges in provinces, including the Free State, KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape in recent months.
Cosatu slams ‘superficial talks, mechanical solutions’ in the name of unity
Last week, President Jacob Zuma invited all the presidential candidates for dinner, saying he was concerned about events leading up to the gathering.
No answer on whether Cosatu will stay in alliance should Ramaphosa lose
Cosatu was questioned on whether it will stay in the ANC-led alliance if Cyril Ramaphosa doesn’t win.
Cosatu doesn't support SACP's decision to challenge ANC
Cosatu deputy general Secretary Solly Phetoe say they have the resolution coming from the 12th national congress of Cosatu to support the ANC during elections.
Minister Van Rooyen happy with Metsimaholo by-elections
The SACP’s Solly Mapaila admitted to Eyewitness News that going head-to-head with is alliance partner was tough.