The ANC in the Western Cape hope they have turned a corner after their elective conference on the weekend.
In this week's episode we look at Eskom’s latest tariff hike; the president announces plans for a new mall and the Charleston shooter is forgiven.
As South Africa celebrates 21 years of democracy, the M&G's Shaun de Waal spoke to former Azapo leader, Mosibudi Mangena, about the country's future.
As long as the majority of people live below the poverty line, slogans such as "We have a good story to tell" ring a little hollow.
He laughs. No, he doesn’t. How the SABC is wired to take orders from Agent Z.
Increasingly, we are looking to senior members of the ANC to put the country before their political careers and bank balances.
The M&G returned to Majakaneng and spoke to residents about last week's violent service delivery protest that brought the village to a stand still.
With the 2016 local elections fast approaching, politicians seem to be using protests to gain support from communities who are desperate for services.
The country’s leaders continue to bicker over overalls - but what does it matter when the planet is dying?
The Concourt finding might make it harder for voters to distinguish between fact and comment.
Thousands of ANC supporters in the party colours attended the ANC’s 103rd birthday bash in Cape Town on Saturday.
President Jacob Zuma used the ANC's birthday celebrations as an opportunity to again shift the blame for the country's energy crisis to apartheid.
Detractors often forget that the ruling party has the enormous task of serving an entire population, not just 10%, and ignore the strides it has made.
In February 1994 Nelson Mandela, the then ANC president, said: "A critical, independent and investigative press is the lifeblood of any democracy."
Zwelinzima Vavi says union leaders must stop acting like bosses who can make decisions without touching base with their union members.
As the ANC eThekwini prepares to elect a new leadership many believe this powerful position holds more sway in the national body than in the province.
Moving, memorable novel explores the life of ANC soldiers in exile and their return to SA shortly before Mandela’s release.
The ruling party denied a report that it faces serious financial problems and said it had not retrenched any employees in the past 10 years.