#ANC54 conference to kick off after delays
ANC spokesperson Zizi Kodwa says about 6,000 delegates are attending proceedings this afternoon.
Energetic Zuma tells detractors he bears no grudges as he bows out
Zuma addressed Business leaders’ diplomats and politicians last night at the party’s Gala Dinner ahead of its crucial gathering today.
FS ANC 'extremely surprised' by ruling nullifying provincial conference
Now delegates from 14 branches and the 27 provincial leaders have been barred from voting at the national conference.
3 court rulings bring setbacks for ANC ahead of conference
At the same time, secretary general Gwede Mantashe says delegates will not be banned from attending the conference.
[PODCAST] The Showdown: Policy - The dirty work of #ANC54
In this episode of The Showdown, Eyewitness News journalist Clement Manyathela speaks to political analyst Professor Somadoda Fikeni about the policies which ANC delegates will discuss at the party's 54th national conference and why these policies really matter.
FS ANC delegates await national conference fate
Dissident members filed an application to interdict the province from sending delegates to the conference which starts on Saturday.
Mantashe: It's all systems go for conference
The ANC NEC’s members went on a walkabout at the Nasrec centre to satisfy themselves that all is in order for the weekend's conference.
Mahumapelo: Nothing damning about High Court judgment against Zuma
Reckless, unreasonable, deeply conflicted, ill-advised and grossly remiss - these were words used by Judge Dustin Mlambo when he delivered two blistering judgments against Jacob Zuma.
Accusations fly ahead of ANC elective conference
Supporters of presidential candidates Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa are accusing each other of vote buying.
Cele: Too late for calls of united slate in ANC presidential race
There are last-ditch attempts by supporters of two the ANC’s top two presidential candidates to agree on a united slate that may represent both factions.
Cele calls on Zuma to take some blame for deteriorating state of ANC
ANC NEC member Bheki Cele has called on President Zuma to use his opening address at the party’s elective conference to take some blame.
[PODCAST] The Showdown for the ANC leadership
In this series EWN takes a look at all those vying to be ANC president, analysing what a victory for each could mean for the other adversaries, the party, Jacob Zuma and South Africa.
Cele: Zuma’s tenure has created factions, divisions within ANC
Bheki Cele says life would have been better had President Zuma stepped down after the Constitutional Court judgment on Nkandla.
Cele: Life would have been better if Zuma had stepped down
The deputy Agriculture Minister has always been a strong supporter of Zuma but says that the Constitutional Court which found that the president failed to uphold his oath of office was a turning point.
ANC to defend FS elective conference against court action
Disgruntled party members are heading to the Bloemfontein High Court on Tuesday to challenge the gathering which re-elected Ace Magashule as provincial chair last night.
ANC leaders say Free State conference within spirit of the party
Ace Magashule was re-elected on Monday night with Paseka Nompondo as his deputy.
Ace Magashule re-elected unopposed as FS leader
His deputy Thabo Manyoni, who boycotted the provincial elective conference, rejected nomination for the same position.
ANC FS spokesperson: We are not aware of any court case against us
The party is facing litigation that may see 402 delegates from the province being prevented from attending the party’s national elective conference this weekend.