The party’s provincial and city structures are squabbling over prospective mayoral candidates in Gauteng.
The Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Gauteng ANC elections manifesto launches took place over the weekend, and over 137 000 people attended the events.
Zuma urged ANC members and voters to accept the outcome of the candidate list process, instead of protesting against those on the candidates' list.
The provincial government is set to cough up money it owes to a construction company following an M&G report on its defiance of the public protector.
Thousands of children have been excluded from attending well-resourced schools in Gauteng because of the controversial feeder zone legislation.
The ANC Women's League, Youth League and Mkonto we Sizwe Military Veterans in Gauteng said on Wednesday that they stand by Zuma.
The majority of incidents took place on social networks but there were also a high number of cases that involved text messages.
More and more, the province’s ambitious and well-run cricket and rugby teams are honing the skills of the best players.
Local government employees will face prosecution for the improper awarding of contracts.
Panyaza Lesufi has boldly claimed that every chalkboard in every matric classroom will be replaced with a smart board by July.
Poor patients will be the biggest casualty if the National Health Laboratory Service collapses.
The DA is preparing to govern Gauteng after the 2019 general elections, according to the party's preliminary resolutions document.
The hot-potato issue of the unpopular gantries is due to be raised at the ANC's Gauteng conference in Pretoria.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said the party will make Gauteng ungovernable if the ANC continues to oppose its members.
From tackling corruption to dealing with e-tolls and job planning, David Makhura has outlined his key priorities for his term as Gauteng premier.
About 160 supporters of the Gauteng ANC Youth League marched on the M&G to demand "fair, objective, balanced and accurate reporting".
ANC provincial secretary David Makhura will take over as the premier of Gauteng rather than Ntombi Mekgwe - as was widely expected.
Daggers are being drawn among the ruling party's Gauteng rebels as old grudges resurface on the back of poor election results.
Preliminary results show the ANC has won the battle for Gauteng with 53.59%, a drop from the 64.04% support it enjoyed in 2009.