Its founder has done a runner, but the cash-strapped party still wants to stay in the game – assuming it isn't sunk for good by its factional battles.
Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele struggled to draw the crowds or inspire much confidence in the younger residents of Khayelitsha on Youth Day.
South Africa has voted and the ANC is back in power. Verashni Pillay takes us through what the results mean and where we go from here.
Mamphela Ramphele's party will oppose hydraulic fracturing, a first for a South African political party.
DA leader Helen Zille gets frank with us about EFF, Twitter, Mmusi Maimane and her failed marriage to Mamphela Ramphele.
In the first in a series of profiles, Mamphela Ramphele explains Agang SA is ready for the upcoming elections - despite the problems it faces.
The issue of party funding has come to the fore following the DA/Agang fallout. We ask Right2Know and amaBhungane why party funding remains a secret.
Mamphela Ramphele's party sees the elections as an opportunity for citizens to tell the ANC they are tired of its empty promises and corruption.
Readers share their thoughts on the recent headline-grabbing kerfuffle between DA leader Helen Zille and Agang SA's Mamphela Ramphele.
It matters a great deal that the partnership between Helen Zille and Mampela Ramphele dissolved so quickly, writes Sisonke Msimang.
Once upon a time Helen and Mamphela, or Hemphela, professed their union. But five days is a long-term affair in politics. True love be damned.
Blade Nzimande and Lindiwe Sisulu kissed on the sidelines of the Cabinet lekgotla in Pretoria, taking a jab at Agang SA and the DA's failed merger.
In an interview with the M&G Mamphela Ramphele answers some difficult questions about the now infamous break-up.
The party's young guns say the doctor will have to fight her way up the ranks like everyone else.
This week, Helen Zille and Mamphela Ramphele join forces, violent protests rock Ralele, and Zuma could be a Nkandla ward councillor.
A joint technical committee will manage the integration of the DA and Agang SA structures and volunteers, says party leader Helen Zille.
It was a year filled with Nkandla, e-tolls, the Guptas and the death of a great man. What's next, asks Gus Silber.
On the road to the 2014 elections, we can look forward to more shenanigans and unexpected twists and turns. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Mamphela Ramphele says she is worth R50-million, but Forbes says R500-million. Here's seven things she could have spent the excess R450-million on.