Mangaung 2012: A special report

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ANC 'can't rush' Mangaung nomination process
ANC 'can't rush' Mangaung nomination process
The announcement of candidates to stand for election at Mangaung won't be made until all nominees have responded, the ANC electoral commission said.
SACP urges ANC to remain humble
SACP urges ANC to remain humble
The South African Communist Party (SACP) has congratulated the ANC on its 101st anniversary and has urged the party to remain humble.
ANC pushes for compulsory teaching of indigenous languages
ANC pushes for compulsory teaching of indigenous languages
The ANC has said at its Mangaung conference it will push for the teaching of indigenous languages in public schools to become compulsory from 2014.
Cyril Ramaphosa the key to urban voters
Cyril Ramaphosa the key to urban voters
By going for broke, Kgalema Motlanthe ensured the ANC had to face the scale of its Jacob Zuma problem, writes Nic Dawes.
Businesses vie for ANC attention
Businesses vie for ANC attention
The Progressive Business Forum marquee at the Mangaung elective conference revealed a mixed bag of companies hoping to cosy up to the ruling party.
ANC gets decisive on economy, integrity and governance
ANC gets decisive on economy, integrity and governance
Jacob Zuma's new ANC leadership has taken its most decisive move to end uncertainty about economic policy by flatly rejecting nationalisation.
Mangaung: Terrorist threat or flight of fancy?
Mangaung: Terrorist threat or flight of fancy?
The failed Mangaung coup by Hein Boonzaaier, Johan Prinsloo, Martin Keevy and Mark Trollip has once again raised the spectre of a right-wing attack.
It's tata ma chance to meet ANC bigwigs
It's tata ma chance to meet ANC bigwigs
The business tent in Mangaung saw a daily influx of powerful business people under its white canvas.
Nationalisation of mines dead and buried
Nationalisation of mines dead and buried
The ANC has rejected mine nationalisation as an economic policy at the ruling party's elective conference in Mangaung, Free State.
ANC Youth League's fate up in the air
ANC Youth League's fate up in the air
President Jacob Zuma has come out strongly against his enemies aligned to Julius Malema, and has put the ANC Youth League's future in question.
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