Its founder has done a runner, but the cash-strapped party still wants to stay in the game – assuming it isn't sunk for good by its factional battles.
To celebrate the series’ 100th episode, we chat to our favourite characters about being on the best political cartoon in SA.
The Agang SA leader says she has decided to leave party politics and return to civil society "to pursue the idealism that has driven" her.
Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele struggled to draw the crowds or inspire much confidence in the younger residents of Khayelitsha on Youth Day.
Mamphela Ramphele has opened a case with the police to investigate who opened an account that would receive an IEC refund on behalf of the party.
It's no secret Helen Zille made Lindiwe Mazibuko, but few know the pain and anguish Zille endured to give life to Mazibuko as we know her today.
From Jacob Zuma attracting large crowds in Nkandla to Helen Zille ditching the DA's colours, here's what happened when party presidents voted.
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.
DA leader Helen Zille gets frank with us about EFF, Twitter, Mmusi Maimane and her failed marriage to Mamphela Ramphele.
A trust founded by Agang SA head Mamphela Ramphele is at the centre of an investigation into corruption at the Technology Innovation Agency.
Agang SA has made public its list of party candidates for upcoming polls, with leader Mamphele Ramphele listed as the party's presidential candidate.
Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele answers tough questions about her party's financial state, the DA marriage debacle, her leadership style and more.
In the first in a series of profiles, Mamphela Ramphele explains Agang SA is ready for the upcoming elections - despite the problems it faces.
In the first edition of this pre-election series, we take a look at one of South Africa's newest parties and its leader, Mamphela Ramphele.
From the SABC chairperson's response to the public protector's findings to herbal sex drugs raising the bar, here are this week's letters.
Voters in the platinum belt have been left disillusioned by the ANC, and are going to be taking a cynical approach to the national elections.
Helen Zille questions Richard Calland's change of tune regarding Mamphela Ramphele and the DA's aim to broaden its black leadership.
Helen Zille and Mamphela Ramphele took a misguided risk because they're politicians, not because they're women, writes Nikiwe Bikitsha.
It matters a great deal that the partnership between Helen Zille and Mampela Ramphele dissolved so quickly, writes Sisonke Msimang.