New kids on the block, the EFF and Agang SA, are taking chunks out of the ANC's youth base and middle class, an election survey has found.
The ANC's Pule Mabe has been arrested with two others, allegedly in connection with illegally soliciting funds from SA's social grants agency.
The fired police boss's popularity shows that ANC members believe he has a bigger role to play.
The ANC raised more than R29-million at a golf day and auction, a media report said on Sunday.
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.
Though the ruling party is upping its technology game, the marketing behind it remains weak, say experts.
President Jacob Zuma's crackdown on discord is nothing new; the ANC has always dealt brutally with dissenters, says Verashni Pillay.
Behind the Gold Fields pickle is a powerful politician who favours progress over principle, says Phillip de Wet.
The ousted Tlokwe mayor, facing fraud charges, seems to have reached the end of the line, with the DA saying the ANC "knows" he has to be dismissed.
A senior Eastern Cape ANC leader – one of the party's longest serving members of provincial legislature – has formed a new political party.
The African National Congress' subsequent behaviour is changing how the movement will be viewed in the future, writes Craig MacKenzie.
As provincial and youth structures go for broke, the party agrees to a payment plan for R11-million
The ANC No 2 has been described as "too independent" and too amenable to calls for President Jacob Zuma to have his day in court.
A political battle is looming between the ANC Youth League's Eastern Cape branch and the national task team that is runs the affairs of the league.
The ruling party is proposing far stiffer penalties than those suggested by the National Assembly. Andisiwe Makinana reports.
The election season is almost here. Any political party that takes it lightly may ultimately pay the price.
The ANC has welcomed the resignation of SA Revenue Service commissioner Oupa Magashula following an investigation into allegations of misconduct.
Lawlessness related to industrial disputes should be adequately dealt with, says ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe.
A new political party formed by former combatants of the Umkhonto weSizwe, aims to dislodge the ANC by unseating its local government councillors.
The battle for the soul of the ANC, from 1991 to 1996, has been lost to corporate power and influence, says Ronnie Kasrils.