[WATCH] #ANC54 Motshekga reports back on constitutional amendments
The ANC's Mathole Motshekga reports back on constitutional amendments discussed during commisions at the ANC's 54th elective conference.
[WATCH] Radebe: Doomsayers will eat humble pie
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe said that the ANC's 54th Conference is very successful so far and that the doomsayers will have to eat humble pie in recognition of this.
[WATCH] Ramaphosa says conference going 'very, very well'
Cyril Ramaphosa spoke to journalists during a walkabout through the outdoor market where he made a few purchases and stopped to have a few selfies with the traders.
[WATCH] Dlamini: Dlamini Zuma reduced to being a 'president’s ex-wife'
African National Congress Women's League President Bathabile Dlamini thanked Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma's for her selflessness, however, she was insulted, trampled and reduced to being an ex-wife.
WATCH: Jubilation outside Cyril Ramaphosa's childhood home
Chiawelo residents, friends and family gathered outside ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa's childhood home to celebrate the news that their 'homeboy' has brought victory to the Soweto neighbourhood.
[WATCH] Lindiwe Zulu: Land shouldn't be a thorny issue
Minister of Small Business Development Lindiwe Zulu says that the land issue is a thorny one and it is problematic that agriculture is still controlled by white males.
[WATCH] Rob Davies breaks down the digital revolution
Speaking on day two of the ANC 54th National Conference, Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies expands on how the digital revolution is going to be disruptive going into the future.
[WATCH] Disqualifications & court orders: Duarte explains credentials process
Jessie Duarte, deputy secretary-general of the ANC, explains exactly what the situation is with credentials at the moment, elaborating on the amount of branches that have been disqualified via court decision.
[WATCH] Mkhize: We don't throw bones or look at crystal balls for results
Zweli Mkhize admits that conferences never run smoothly and that he should not be pressed for ANC presidential results because they don't throw bones or look in crystal balls for answers.
[WATCH] Plane talk from Gigaba...
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba jests about the Department of Transport approving the open skies policy versus the Department of Public Enterprises wanting SAA to become a viable airline.
[WATCH] Gigaba & Mkhize confident about new leadership
Malusi Gigaba is confident that the new leadership will undertake its responsibilities with the seriousness it deserves. Zweli Mkhize added this conference is not just about electing a new president, but also about changing policy to benefit all.
[WATCH] Holomisa: Madiba defused a ticking bomb
Bantu Holomisa reminisces about time spent with Nelson Mandela, who passed away on 5 December 2013, expressing his sadness that the ideals Madiba had for SA have been dismissed by our current government.
[WATCH] Graca Machel: SA can have another extraordinary leadership collective
Graca Machel believes that it is in South Africa's DNA to produce another extraordinary leadership collective like the calibre of Madiba, and all of the other struggle stalwarts who helped him to lead the country to democracy.
[WATCH] Joburg Mayor Mashaba survives no confidence vote
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba dodged a bid to unseat him as he and Speaker Vasco da Gama survived the ANC’s motion of no confidence during the last council meeting for 2017.
[WATCH] Inside Black Friday weekend
Black Friday started online on Monday already with daily specials running all week - this spread to retail stores, some of whom actioned their promotions from Wednesday and most of them will run till close of business on Sunday - some electing to even run till next Tuesday.
[WATCH] Mogoeng: Draw inspiration from the life of Bizos
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng praised Advocate George Bizos, lawyer and life long friend of late President Nelson Mandela, at his 90th birthday at the Polo Lounge, Inanda Club, Johannesburg.
[WATCH] Pauw to Zuma: Stop hiding behind laws to hide crime
Jacques Pauw's most recent launch of 'The President's Keeper' in Tshwane was incident-free. The lights remained on and the conversation flowed until the end
[WATCH] In the dark: 'The President's Keepers' launch hit by power outage
Jacques Pauw's launch of his book 'The President's Keepers' was disrupted by a sudden power outage. Guests at the event were left speculating about the outage, which they believed was no coincidence.