The ANC is putting its MPs through a strict vetting process in the run-up to elections, much to the chagrin of some in Parliament.
The ANC's pre-election vetting process to rid itself of corruption has to be fair and impartial to be effective.
The drunken driving case against ANC NEC member Tony Yengeni has been postponed until June.
Voters in the platinum belt have been left disillusioned by the ANC, and are going to be taking a cynical approach to the national elections.
The DA has dared the ANC to publish the names of candidates nominated to represent the party in Parliament after elections.
The ANC government, in particular under the Zuma presidency, has strengthened the judiciary's independence, and findings otherwise are not factual.
The Bill that will see the land restitution process being re-opened has been passed following a heated and emotional debate in the National Assembly.
ANC councillor Loyiso Nkohla has been expelled from the party for his involvement in faeces-dumping protests in Cape Town last year.
South Africa has a prosperous future in the hands of the ANC, says Free State Premier Ace Magashule.
Major misspending by ANC local and municipal leaders reported in Harry Gwala municipality
Cope chief whip Nkosinathi Kuluta is still in his Eastern Cape legislative seat almost four weeks after defecting to the ANC.
South Africa looks ill-prepared for a time when the ruling party no longer has credibility as a stabilising force, writes Rapule Tabane.
Political consolidations, if done properly, are the lifeblood of both opposition and ruling party life, writes Hlumelo Biko.
We round up the top quotes from the State of the Nation debate as politicians traded insults ahead of President Jacob Zuma's response.
There was a great deal of story-telling in Parliament as party after party tried to use the "good story to tell" phrase to their own end.
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The ANC says Lindiwe Mazibuko's warning of impeachment against President Jacob Zuma is nothing more than a rhetorical threat.
This season's blockbuster from Parlywood, "We have a good story to tell", may face a new villian: Lindiwe Mazibuko.
Eastern Cape MEC Mlibo Qoboshiyane warns voters to watch out for "Johnny-come-lately" opposition parties and rather to stick with the ANC.