The DA will have a tough time wresting key Gauteng cities away from the ANC in 2016, if one of SA’s biggest by-elections yet is anything to go by.
The ruling party said it was "humbled" by the confidence South Africans showed in the party, after the latest by-election results.
ANC veteran Pallo Jordan has resigned as the ruling party's MP, following a newspaper report exposing his academic qualifications as a lie.
Embattled ANC MP Pallo Jordan has resigned from Parliament following reports that he faked his qualifications.
Public servants were asked by the party for funding, while government officials reportedly confirmed they had been asked to keep the ANC afloat.
The Economic Freedom Fighters has hogged headlines since its entrance in May. Party leader Julius Malema says "you can't be an EFF MP and be shy".
The controversial practice of powerful politicians and their families doing business with the state is likely to come to an end soon.
The ruling party has said it wants to "walk away" from rushing legislation that may be unconstitutional or exclusionary.
Court papers have implicated Gauteng ANC chief whip Brian Hlongwa in corrupt dealings worth millions since 2006.
An account controlled by a senior provincial health department official reflects payments that were clearly made for election-related items.
After 10 years of torpor, SA's fifth Parliament seems to have entered an interesting and perhaps more important phase, with plenty of possibilities.
We should remain alert to efforts to weaken the ANC, even from those purporting to support it.
Will some in the Afrikaans community ever make peace with the fact that a new, better country awaits their participation?
In a YouTube video, President Jacob Zuma says that he is doing well and will continue doing his work, adding that he has no health problems.
Playing the gender card has its merits, but will Thandi Modise also do and say the unthinkable just to stay alive, asks Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
The National Council of Provinces chairperson Thandi Modise has lodged a complaint with the Press Ombudsman against the Sowetan, a spokesperson said.
The ANC has expelled 22 of its councillors from the Mogalakwena municipality in Limpopo for undermining the party and showing no remorse for it.
Ascribing the party's alleged perceived failures to the conduct of its secretary general is disingenuous.
Thanks to the Gauteng ANC's short-sighted action over the EFF's uniforms, Julius Malema has been neatly handed his next political theatre script.