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President Zuma's predictable speech at the Siyanqoba rally failed to impress ANC supporters, who remain loyal to the ruling party, if not its leader.
"Uncle Gweezy" has been asked why SA should vote ANC by students who raised Nkandla, access to electricity and education as concerns with government.
Defections, censorship and exclusion marked the weekend's party election campaigns, with the ANC and DA fighting hard for Gauteng's support.
Neither the public protector nor the IEC will investigate a campaign by the Gauteng government worth millions that seems to punt the ANC.
The Eastern Cape ANC has urged its members to show maximum discipline when President Jacob Zuma addresses a rally in Dutywa on Sunday.
Comrade Cyril Ramaphosa has been deployed to the land of wallabies and heat strokes. But the welcome he received was, shall we say, less than warm.
President Jacob Zuma has taken advantage of the audience at his keynote address to remind everyone that Nelson Mandela was a member of the ANC.
The ANC’s fundraising dinner on Friday was beset by organisational problems with service providers paid late and VIP guests treated shoddily.
The presidency has denied media reports stating that President Jacob Zuma said he wants to change the Constitution.
Despite Numsa announcing that it won't campaign for the ANC any longer, the SACP and CWU have pledged their support for the ruling party.
While Twitter takes over the ANC's attempt at a social media campaign, we meme our way through the tag.
The ANC's KwaZulu-Natal secretary Sihle Zikalala has condemned lobbying for positions through the use of songs and T-shirts.
With two weeks to go before its policy conference, the ANC's provincial structures have come out in support of various forms of nationalisation.
ANC and Cosatu civil servants are being redeployed to campaign at taxpayers' expense.
Whether Zuma, almost certainly South Africa's next president, retains Mboweni and Manuel in their current positions remains to be seen.
While Mosiuoa Lekota's Cope movement has yet to launch and the DA is relaunching this weekend, Zuma has hit the ground running.
A case of corruption has been opened against Robert Gumede, the chairperson of listed information technology company GijimaAST.