Charles Molele is a senior politics reporter at the Mail & Guardian. Charles joined the paper in 2011. He has covered general news, court and politics for the past 19 years, and also worked as a senior reporter for the Saturday Star, Sunday World, ThisDay, Sunday Times and is former politics editor of the New Age. Charles's other career highlights include covering Kenya's violent general elections (2007/08), Zimbabwe’s sham general elections (2008), Mozambique's food riots (2010) and the historic re-election of US President Barack Obama (2012).
Factions within the ruling party have revealed their loyalties in lobby lists for legislatures and are ignoring orders from party leaders.
Nomvula Mokonyane says she would serve for a second term if deployed. But ANC leaders in the province say she doesn't stand a chance.
The public enterprises minister faces the challenging task of wooing apolitical youth and disaffected middle class.
Investigators have set their sights on a secret bank account that they say may have been used for fraudulent activities.
The ANC's North West provincial chairperson, Supra Mahumapelo allegedly spent R40 000 during a CD launch.
A bid is under way to force federation to hold a special congress to deal with 'ANC lackeys'.
Labour federation Cosatu has insisted that it will not stop funding the ANC's election campaign, despite the DA'sthreat to take them to court.
The Hawks have demanded the bank statements of those linked to Nelson Mandela's charities after an initial plan to raid their offices was thwarted.
The National Union Metalworkers of South Africa will not campaign for the ANC unless the National Development Plan is scrapped, insists Irvin Jim.
Is the ANC soft on corruption, and have they fallen short since the glory days of the UDF? We asked UDF leader Popo Molefe this and more.