Gloves off: ANC and DA trade blows as election campaigning heats up
The governing African National Congress (ANC) has called out the da for hoisting a projected billboard at its headquarters at Luthuli House in Johannesburg, saying it amounts to hooliganism.
Maimane hands over criminal evidence against Magashule to NPA
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said the recently published book 'Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule’s Web of Capture' was additional evidence to their case.
Polls haven't been free and fair, says group fighting for independent candidates
The parties want the Constitutional Court to declare as unconstitutional and invalid sections of the Electoral Act which prevents independent candidates from contesting the provincial and national elections.
Independent candidates ruling won't impact 2019 elections
On Thursday, the Constitutional Court found the applicants failed to show urgency in the matter, which was dismissed by the Western Cape High Court in April.
Elections to go ahead as case into independent candidates postponed
The ConCourt has found that the applicants failed to show urgency in the matter of whether South Africans have the right to run for national and provincial elections independently.
Cele identifies KZN and NW as high-risk areas for election day disruptions
Police Minister Bheki Cele that over 51,000 police officers will be deployed to voting stations on election day, while 3,000 reservists and other stand-by teams are ready and waiting to be deployed where necessary when South Africans take to the polls.
Malema urges mining community to fight to protect ancestors' graves
Residents in areas near Anglo American's Mogalakwena Platinum Mines have been protesting against the take over of land for years now, with some refusing to be relocated, citing ancestral connections to the grounds.
Poor community speaks on suffering, despite living among rich mineral wealth
The community has been without running water for five years now, as the battle over the chieftaincy in the area and conflict with mining giant Anglo Platinum’s Mogalakwena mine over its responsibility to the community rages on.
Malema predicts EFF will get over 50% of votes in Limpopo
A confident Julius Malema said indications were clear that the EFF enjoyed majority support in the province.
Malema: ‘Our focus is to build EFF to become sustainable entity’
Julius Malema was responding to calls by ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule among others recently who have called on Malema to return to the anc.
Malema: Mandela 'made a mistake' by not prioritising free education in '94
Julius Malema said Nelson Mandela should've empowered poor black South Africans with quality free education to ensure that people have sustainable solutions to poverty.
'ANC is dying, I won't go back' - Malema
EFF leader Julius Malema said the ANC is threatened by the growth of the EFF and its potential strong showing during the elections in a few days’ time.
Will Amcu strike over plans to cancel its registration?
Joseph Mathunjwa claims Amcu’s success has attracted scrutiny and attacks from government, business and even the media.
Threat of deregistration is a political attack - Amcu
Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa said government was being used by mining house bosses to bully the union for being militant. He said Amcu intends to hold an elective congress in September to prevent its deregistration.
Amcu under threat of being deregistered as union
Amcu has failed to hold congresses since its inception, along with a lack of financial disclosures.
50 at 25: 'No matter what the ANC does, it will still win the election'
Mgitywa is one of the millions of South Africans who were 25 years old when the country attained freedom and transformed into a democratic state 25 years ago.
ANC feels vindicated by High Court ruling over Free State election lists
Disgruntled members wanted the court to declare as unlawful a December list conference to nominate individuals for Parliament and the provincial legislature.
LISTEN: SA elders reflect on 25 years of democracy
South Africa's 25-year democracy has a lot to reflect on, and a lot to fix. But are we taking our democracy – particularly voting and its impact on ensuring the country’s success – for granted?