Pansy Tlakula has handed in her resignation over a botched leasing deal, leaving a vacuum at the top of the Independent Electoral Commission.
The Independent Electoral Commission has not groomed a successor to Pansy Tlakula and the parties want someone who can be trusted to be objective.
Forget the botched lease deal. This is the story of the botched career of a woman who could have been great, writes Verashni Pillay.
IEC chairperson Pansy Thakula has applied to the Constitutional Court against her proposed dismissal, which followed a public protector report.
President Jacob Zuma has granted IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula's request for a special leave of absence.
The Independent Electoral Commission has weathered a storm of criticism to declare the 2014 elections free and fair.
As the 2014 elections drew to a close, ANC president Jacob Zuma thanked South Africans for voting to keep the party in power.
Unfazed by a decline in voters, ANC president Jacob Zuma expressed delight that the majority of South African have returned the party to power.
The Pan Africanist Congress - which won a mere 0.21% support - has rejected the results of the 2014 national elections, saying votes were miscounted.
Preliminary results indicate the ANC has retained its power by winning the fifth national elections, but with a reduced majority of just over 62%.
EFF supporters protested in Johannesburg to demand the provincial election results for Gauteng, which is taking the longest for the IEC to declare.
EFF's Dali Mpofu answers our questions on working with the DA, the SABC and their capacity to engage with government.
A day after the polls, ANC and IEC offices were forced shut after disgruntled IFP supporters allegedly held ANC members hostage there.
With no major incidents or impediments reported, and only one formal objection by noon on Thursday, the 2014 election result faces no serious hurdles.
Following ongoing service delivery protests, two IEC tents have been burnt in Bekkersdal on the eve of the elections, which residents vow to boycott.
Thousands of ballot papers from South Africa's 116 missions are now being couriered to the Election House in Centurion.
The number of South Africans who registered to vote would probably yield half a parliamentary seat. But expats wasted no time casting their votes.
As voting stations opened in different parts of the world, the Independent Electoral Commission says the election process for expats is "going well".
As part of a group of parties calling on Pansy Tlakula to resign, Agang SA's leader has criticised the IEC chairperson as well as Jacob Zuma.