Faced with falling public confidence, the ANC is to deal more harshly with members who cause divisions and drive speculation on the next leadership.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande says SA is no longer a colony and applauded the government for not arresting Omar al-Bashir.
The tripartite alliance says it wants to address all "irritations" that are causing internal divisions at their five day summit.
Activist lawyer Paul Hoffman has called for the recall of President Jacob Zuma, whom he said was "ever more conflicted and compromised".
Regional leader Mpho Phakedi wants Cyril Ramaphosa and Gwede Mantashe to become the next president and deputy president of the ANC and the country.
The ANC secretary general has launched a personal attack on "ill-disciplined" journalists claiming to be "ANC experts".
Despite claims that the "crime crackdown" discriminates against foreign nationals, Gwede Mantashe says Operation Fiela has the ANC's full support.
The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal has called for aid after a mob "of thousands" overran police on Sunday as xenophobic attacks spread throughout the province.
The ANC's Gwede Mantashe has canned the results of the party's eThekwini regional conference over claims of branch manipulation and cash for votes.
The ANC says action should be taken against the EFF, and that President Jacob Zuma did well in applying ANC policy in his Sona speech.
The ANC top brass have proposed limiting the amount of land South Africans can own and the party won't wait for the law to be tested constitutionally.
La Grange sparked a debate on Twitter on Saturday after saying she felt white people were not welcome in South Africa, a comment that the ANC refutes.
The ANC has vowed to paint the Mother City black, green and gold when it celebrates its 103rd birthday on Saturday at the Cape Town Stadium.
The ANC, which turns 103, will claim custodianship of the Freedom Charter amid celebrations on what is largely "DA turf" in the Western Cape.
Despite strong measures by Cape Town to control the scores of ANC revelers expected, ANC anniversary celebrations will continue says Gwede Mantashe.
The EFF says that Jacob Zuma, Gwede Mantashe and Cyril Ramaphosa all "hide behind black economic empowerment, a posture for capitalism".
The ANC says state-owned enterprises are making negative headlines in the news every day and a new task team will get to the bottom of these problems.
The ruling party is in the red - no lay byes, no credit, no nothing. At least one member is not feeling the pinch. Must. Be. Nice.
The ruling party denied a report that it faces serious financial problems and said it had not retrenched any employees in the past 10 years.