It's clear the SABC will not broadcast Rehad Desai's Emmy award-winning documentary on Marikana, Miners Shot Down, because it makes the ANC look bad.
ANC head of economic transformation Enoch Godongwana insists Cosatu's recent resolution is not economically viable and borders on unconstitutional.
At a meeting at the president's official Cape Town residence, crime leaders allegedly said they would "mobilise our members and work hard for you".
Can President Jacob Zuma really have been unaware of who he was dealing with and their unsavoury reputations when meeting with known gang bosses?
By 1954, Sarah had been banned from all the organisations she was associated with and restricted from attending public gatherings for two years.
Slate politics trumped calls for unity at last weekend's elections for ANC KZN.
Zuma holds the key to the fates and fortunes of many of the most powerful names in South African politics.
If the ANC is 'more important than SA', is Jacob Zuma also more important?
The race between incumbent Senzo Mchunu and provincial secretary Sihle Zikalala for the position of chairperson has added to the factional battles.
An ANC faction accused the SACP of using Zuma as a Trojan horse at Polokwane. Will the communists survive the onslaught ahead of the 2017 conference?
The ANC is taking SA out of the International Criminal Court, claiming it is no longer useful.
The historic but dilapidated building where Mandela planned the democratic takeover of the SA government will be turned into affordable housing.
The ruling party is committed to paying off its debt to avoid protracted and expensive court cases.
This internal war hobbles the ANC and slows government delivery.
A newly released local film buoyed by an open approach to filmmaking takes on the complexities faced by the politically astute LGBTI community.
Gatewatchers have no loyalty to a specific faction and a penchant for positions with public rewards.
The ruling party's national general council is likely to see grandstanding rather than performance review.
The ANC's idea of letting the people help choose ward candidates could devolve into a circus.
There are procedures and forums against any report that impairs someone's dignity and reputation; criminal defamation suits are unnecessary.