Nationalisation is a fait accompli and the ANC is merely looking for the best way to implement it, claims Julius Malema.
Report says the South African Communist Party is in disarray and its leaders are after government positions.
Cosatu says it is going to "name and shame" corrupt politicians and government officials in Limpopo next week.
Corruption Watch, the Cosatu-backed anticorruption initiative, will focus on both the private and public sectors, says its executive David Lewis.
A probe has been launched into contracts worth R60-million awarded by Limpopo to Tshepo Malema, cousin of Julius Malema.
Sicelo Shiceka has been told that he will be removed from Cabinet, senior ANC sources told the M&G.
Missing funds for non-existent T-shirts and shaky coalition deals have left Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota with fewer friends after the local elections.
Lebogang Maile has had limited success so far in his campaign to unseat Malema, who has the support of most of the regions.
Cosatu's membership has grown 3.8%, but its secretariat report shows this is due to an increase in the membership of its public-service unions.
Northern Cape provincial leaders are wooing the former secretary general of the ANCYL, Vuyiswa Tulelo, to return to her home province.