FS ANC group criticises NEC for not taking decisive action against Magashule
The group released a statement following the ANC’s last NEC meeting for the year in which President Cyril Ramaphosa said the governing party was drawing a line in the sand between the organisation and corruption.
Parks Tau sworn in as Gauteng MPL
Tau stepped down from his position at national level after being announced as a new member of the Gauteng Cabinet by Premier David Makhura last week.
Steenhuisen: ANC’s handling of Magashule a slap in the face for SA
He's reacted after the governing party failed to suspend Ace Magashule following its national executive meeting this week.
Unnecessary attacks must stop - ANC NEC reaffirms support for Zondo inquiry
Party president Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his closing address following a three-day NEC meeting.
Magashule already made appointment with ANC integrity commission in Nov
Ace Magashule is set to meet the body made up of the party’s elders on Saturday in the wake of his arrest on criminal charges.
ANC will fully implement resolutions of 2017 Nasrec conference - Ramaphosa
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday said that the governing party would follow due process when implementing the 2017 conference resolutions and do so in a fair manner.
DA’s Bhanga insists he's still NMB mayor, despite MEC saying election invalid
DA Eastern Cape leader Nqaba Bhanga on Tuesday argued that Cooperative Governance MEC Xolile Nqatha had no jurisdiction over the municipality and that he could not nullify council processes and decisions.
Ramaphosa confirms Magashule to present himself to ANC integrity commission
African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Ace Magashule has been charged in the asbestos case along with seven others and there have been calls for him to step aside.
Ramaphosa: ANC members must desist from statements that fuel further divisions
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa said that some in the party had wittingly or unwittingly damaged the party’s attempts to unite.
Gauteng ANC confirms Diko, Masuku will face disciplinary processes next week
ANC provincial secretary, Jacob Khawe, confirmed to Eyewitness News that the two had received their charges, with a pre-hearing already set down for 14 December.
‘No one will be left’ – ANC NEC battles with ‘step aside’ resolution
In his final political overview for the year, Ramaphosa tackled a series of issues including COVID-19, the country’s economic recovery plan, efforts to strengthen governance, tackling corruption and the renewal of the ANC.
ANC increasingly seems like an organisation at war with itself - Ramaphosa
The ANC president has conceded at the three-day virtual gathering of the NEC that unity remained elusive for the party, with divisions being most pronounced amongst the party’s leadership.
ANC Gauteng MPL resigns, paves way for Parks Tau’s appointment as MEC
Parks Tau is concluding his duties as the deputy minister of co-operative governance and traditional affairs and preparing to become Gauteng’s MEC for economic development.
Ace Magashule: ANC’s final NEC meeting has been frank and good
The governing party discussed ways to deal with members, including its secretary-general Ace Magashule, who are implicated in serious crimes.
ANC NEC to discuss legal advice in dealing with corruption-accused members
The ANC’s NEC, which is its highest decision-making body in between conferences, is holding its final meeting for the year, deeply divided over the matter.
I’m not worried at all, says Ace Magashule ahead of ANC NEC meeting
ANC secretary general Ace Magashule, who also faces corruption charges, has already stated that he would not vacate his office.
Magashule slams ANC in Mpumalanga over handling of rape accused ex-MEC
Magashule has criticised the provincial executive committee (PEC) in Mpumalanga, which used the confusion over this resolution to reinstate the ex-MEC as a member of the PEC.
ANC regions in EC distance themselves from Andile Lungisa’s attacks on Ramaphosa
Some have expressed disappointment in the former ANC councillor's remarks, while his own branch from Ward 2 in Nelson Mandela Bay warned that his views could bring the governing party into disrepute.