ANC: Members taking party to court over Parly list sabotaging poll campaign
Disgruntled members in the Free State have approached the High Court in Pretoria asking it to set aside the provincial list conference which finalised the nominees.
More troubles for ANC as FS members head to court over Parly lists
This is the latest in a string of disputes launched by ANC members over their exclusion from the lists which have been the subject of scrutiny.
ANC denies knowledge of SABC debate between Ramaphosa, Maimane
The ANC head of the presidency at Luthuli House, Zizi Kodwa, said that President Cyril Ramaphosa knows nothing about the debate.
Magashule stands by 'umlungu' comment, despite criticism from ANC vets
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule also said while progressive white people have always voted for the ANC, the party’s main hope is the black vote.
It’s not your birthright to be elected to Parliament, ANC tells members
Eyewitness News reported on Monday about an application by Ponani Makhubele who asked the court to set aside the list.
A defiant Russia ignores Trump's calls to 'get out' of Venezuela
President Donald Trump has called on Russia to 'get out' of Venezuela following reports of military planes arriving in that country.
FBI, US Justice Dept to review Jussie Smollett case
The actor claimed two masked men physically attacked him while expressing support for Trump and shouting racist and homophobic slurs.
IEC to spare no expense, effort to ensure power cuts don't affect elections
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) says that while load shedding is a threat to the elections, it will do everything in its power to protect the intergrity of the electoral process come 8 May.
Mkhwebane warns Letsatsi-Duba of jail time if she fails to declassify document
On Wednesday, Mkhwebane laid a criminal complaint against the minister over what she call interference with the functioning of her office.
Mkhwebane accuses state security minister of undermining her authority
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has laid a criminal complaint against Minister Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba over what she says is the interference with the functioning of her office.
IEC: Load shedding won't compromise the election process
On Tuesday, police bosses warned in Parliament that Eskom did not have enough generators to accommodate all voting stations in the event of load shedding during the polls.
Public Protector lays criminal complaint against State Security Minister
Busisiwe Mkhwebane says this follows Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba’s failure to provide her with a declassified document she requires in connection with an investigation into alleged violation of the Executive Members’ Ethics Act by Pravin Gordhan.
State capture inquiry to zoom in on Denel
Denel has been financially crippled over the past few years due to maladministration and allegations of corruption.
EFF, ANC battle it out with young leaders on candidates lists
The ANC said young people represent 20% of the 200 candidates on its list, adding they will bring new energy and ideas to Parliament.
Mcebisi Jonas returns to state capture inquiry hot seat for cross-examination
Jonas will complete his testimony and is expected to face cross-examination of Jonas by the legal teams of Fana Hlongwane and Duduzane Zuma.
Nene on lying about Gupta visits: I think I took the easy way out
Former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene told the Zondo commission of inquiry that he visited the Guptas on eight occasions.
Nene: ‘Shivambu tried to influence VBS curatorship decision’
Former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says he got an SMS from EFF's Floyd Shivambu as Treasury was deciding on the bank’s curatorship.
Nhlanhla Nene back at state capture inquiry to conclude testimony
Nene first appeared before the commission last year giving details on the events that led to his shock axing in December 2015.