The Mail & Guardian has learned the long-running Hawks investigation into allegations of fraud and corruption by Julius Malema is nearing completion.
We are too quick to point fingers at politicians instead of doing our bit to get SA in the direction it should be going in, writes Khaya Dlanga.
The ANC's top six have rejected as unconstitutional the dissolution of the OR Tambo regional conference.
Deepening rifts between ANC members in provincial regions could create a crisis for the ruling party, say political analysts.
Sacked ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has told Friends of the Youth League supporters he will not form another party nor leave the ANC.
President Jacob Zuma has stealthily started his election campaign by handing out tractors and homes.
A growing faction within the ANCYL is not only gunning for league leader Julius Malema, but may even reverse its mission to replace Zuma at Mangaung.
Succession is a messy business, with skeletons always popping out, as in the case of former France presidential hopeful Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
The parents in the ANC family are sure Mangaung isn't the problem, it's that bad seed Malema who Mangaung hangs around with, writes Nic Dawes.
The unity shown at the ANC's press conference, which was meant to show the leadership's control, has been undermined by behind-the-scenes infighting.
With Julius Malema summarily suspended, Zuma has effectively thrown down the gauntlet to any pretenders to the ANC throne.
Health union Nehawu has hurled veiled attacks at Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe for supposedly choosing sides in the run-up to Mangaung.
More than R12-million was spent on accommodation and 'protocol support' for heads of state who attended the ANC's centenary celebrations in Mangaung.
NEC member Lindiwe Sisulu has distanced herself from reports she was vying for a leadership position or was lobbied to oppose President Jacob Zuma.
Close allies of Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe have revealed that he is determined to run for higher office and challenge Jacob Zuma after all.
A trend has emerged where state intelligence resources are being used in ANC succession battles, especially leading up to elective conferences.
The ANC's policy documents on gender equality make for cautiously optimistic reading.
The nationwide Cosatu strike has revealed that two distinct factions are battling for control of the federation ahead of Mangaung.
ANC branches will begin nominating candidates for all the party's national executive committee positions in October, ahead of its elective conference.