ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu claimed that EFF leader Julius Malema's bodyguards breached the security of Parliament, putting MPs' lives at risk.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu warned Julius Malema that, like the right-wing group that tried to overthrow government, prison would be his 'home'.
The DA reported the Speaker and the ANC MPs who “abetted the President (Jacob Zuma) contravene the Constitution” to Parliament’s Ethics Committee.
He has been arrested for drunk driving, survived a shooting and has been described by opposition as a man with a "chequered past".
The ruling party's Jackson Mthembu has been appointed as chief whip to replace Stone Sizani.
The former ANC spokesperson lashed out at the politically connected Gupta family following Mcebisi Jonas's explosive announcement.
The presidency argued all was well, the ANC said it was fixed; then business – and then the media – was blamed. Why was no one convinced?
Journalists have the right to comment but shouldn’t campaign on social media, say editors after Jackson Mthembu laid into media ‘subjectivity’.
There is open warfare between the ANC’s subcommittee on communication and communication minister Faith Muthambi on the digital migration plan.
Former spokesperson shot in the mouth, JZ compares Nkandla to George Airport, and fans go crazy over movie star's new look.
ANC MP Jackson Mthembu was shot in the face while withdrawing money at an ATM in Witbank, Mpumalanga police said.
President Zuma gave his second State of the Nation Address for the year, promising to improve the struggling economy and create more jobs.
As Jackson Mthembu moves to a Parliament seat, Zizi Kodwa replaces him as the ANC's national spokesperson.
The ANC has been granted leave to appeal last week's ruling that a DA SMS accusing President Zuma of stealing taxpayers' monies was fair comment.
President Jacob Zuma will on Saturday mark his 72nd birthday with celebrations in the Western Cape.
The stage and marquee set up for an Economic Freedom Fighters rally in Thokoza, south of Johannesburg, has been petrol bombed.
Police say four people have been arrested for throwing bricks during the march for "real jobs", while the DA called the ANC a violent organisation.
A court has dismissed the ANC's urgent protection order request against the Democratic Alliance's "real jobs" march.
The ANC says it is taking the DA's "real" jobs march to court as it anticipates violence in the Johannesburg city centre.