Ahead of a policy review meeting, the ruling party says acting in haste may see it repenting at leisure.
The party misjudged the power of capitalism, selling out those it had pledged to free.
Economic and political notions gleaned from the East Asian giant are filtering into South Africa.
The United Democratic Movement has taken Ward 30, which had become vacant on the death of the previous ANC councillor.
When Zuma and Mogoeng discuss the roles of the executive and judiciary, will they stick to the script?
As the ANC and the state lock horns, some in the ruling party are peeved that Cabinet is leaving them in the dark on vital policy issues.
I'm sure Winnie is not celebrating our country's acquisition of Gripen fighter planes we can't fly or submarines we can't maintain.
Overall, it is Zuma's own poor leadership that is aggravating an already deteriorating situation.
The ruling party has admitted it failed to follow its own advice – but now there's a real sense of urgency as people's patience wears thin.
At its mid-year lekgotla, the ruling party expressed concern about the retrenchment policies of mining companies and their impact on the economy.
A report warns that an ANC faction, disbanded by the party, aims to make a return in the province.
Former Port Elizabeth mayor Ben Fihla has been made an additional special adviser to Premier Phumulo Masualle at a salary of almost R1m a year.
Readers write in about Cape Town development plans and the ANC; Patricia de Lille responds.
Over the years, bitter factionalism has torn at the labour federation and caused deep fissures.
It's been a grim few weeks of mounting evidence of this impunity Zuma believes he is entitled to, while evidence is not suffered to stand in his way.
New Western Cape treasurer Maurencia Gillion plans to win back the trust of funders and stabilise the ruling party's finances in the province.
The party's secretary general perceives judges as anti-majoritarian contesters of political power.
The pernicious claim is that because Parliament is elected any move to question its actions represents an undemocratic subversion of the popular will.