Opinion: Of most concern to the ANC is the matter of sovereignty: some members have said that leaders no longer answer to them, writes Drew Forrest.
Zuma’s force is spent, how long he clings on for is largely irrelevant and the ANC is fresh out of ideas
President Jacob Zuma’s colleagues and allies are increasingly finding the courage to confront him.
Of most direct concern to the ANC is the matter of sovereignty: some ANC members have objected that the leadership no longer answers to them
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan shocked the ANC lekgotla with his proposal to reduce social spending as a government cost-cutting measure.
Internal battles among ambitious regional bigwigs have come to the fore as the party gears up for municipal elections. We take a closer look.
The DA has set up the EFF for another opportunity to show what real opposition to Zuma ought to look like.
The DA is completely out of touch with black voters, who are more likely to opt for the ANC or the Economic Freedom Fighters.
Some are claiming that the #FeesMustFall movement has been hijacked by political interests.
He ignored the serious issues facing many countries, in which the ANC could take a lead.
Critics say the party’s strategy to hang on to its metros is a threat to internal democracy.
The newest ANC shirts just have the logo on them, sparking rumours that President Jacob Zuma might not be that close to people's hearts anymore.
ANC's interest in women's rights seems to have evaporated when it is most needed.
Former president Thabo Mbeki is back in the public debate - as if nothing has changed. His opinions surely haven't, sadly.
Readers write in about the ANC's degeneration, Zuma's corruption and a call for Aaron Motsoaledi to transcend the rot.
The "premier league" has been blamed for a move to bar Cosatu and the SACP from giving solidarity messages ahead of the ANC's 104th birthday.
But the ruling party still has a core of ardent supporters in the town, who hope it will fulfil its promises.
Call me a grumpy white male, but we are harping on about decolonisation while new elites feast on the state and gobble power.