The ANC will hold its national list conference after two postponements, amid rumours the party is managing internal dynamics over who makes the cut.
Suspended Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says federation leaders must maintain their independence from the ANC's NEC to avoid confusion.
Lubabalo Molefe, who is lobbying support for his ANC Youth League presidential candidacy, says charges of sexual harassment against him are bogus.
The ANC's national executive committee has been expected to decide on the fate of its Limpopo provincial executive committee.
Shifts on the ANC's national executive committee reflect the president's gratitude, writes Charles Molele and Mmanaledi Mataboge.
Cosatu leaders have differed on whether their elevation to the ANC NEC represents a victory, or is fraught with more dangers than benefits.
With President Zuma and his allies taking the top spots, to much jubilation, the political futures of the other contenders are uncertain.
Jacob Zuma is almost certain to be re-elected to the ANC's most powerful position after receiving overwhelming support from the party's branches.
Gwede Mantashe has stated socio-economic issues were to blame for the Marikana tragedy and that the NEC are paying special attention to the event.
The ANC Youth League has removed treasurer general Pule Mabe from his position, amid calls for party intervention to reinstate Julius Malema.
Is Julius Malema trying to annoy the ANC into dissolving the youth league, a move so drastic that the NEC will feel compelled to come to his aid?
The ANC's NEC has raised concerns over leaders leaking information, with Gwede Mantashe saying the party should do what it can to discourage it.
The regional general council of the ANC's Tshwane branch faces disbandment amid "rampant violence and intimidation”.
The ANCYL executive committee has reaffirmed its support for leader Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu in light of charges against them.
The ANC Youth League was not up for discussion at a special national executive committee meeting in Pretoria, spokesperson Jackson Mthembu says.
Disciplinary action will be taken against any ANC leaders who engage in public spats, trade insults or launch personal attacks, said Gwede Mantashe.
The ANC's national executive committee has asked for a review of party structures in three "problem" provinces, including the Western Cape.
The ANC is keeping some of its leaders from serving in Parliament to strengthen the party's headquarters, secretary general Gwede Mantashe said.
The African National Congress's national executive committee will meet on Thursday to discuss the party's list of parliamentary nominations.
Newly elected African National Congress Youth League (ANC) head Julius Malema used his first letter as president to chastise those who showed "unbecoming conduct" at the league's conference in Bloemfontein recently. "Thugs and hooligans who believe they can hold the organisation to ransom ... will be dealt with," said Malema on Monday.