The Gauteng branch of the ANC has admitted that it 'jumped the gun' when it insisted that President Zuma's apology was not enough.
On Saturday Jacob Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa attended the funeral of several ANC members killed in a bus crash after the ANC's Manifesto Launch.
A fatal bus accident killed 10 ANC members who were travelling from the ANC's Manifesto Launch in PE to their homes in the Ekurhuleni region.
Election tsar Nomvula Mokonyane says the governing party has the trust and support of the grassroots - despite President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla scandal.
The ANC Women's League, Youth League and Mkonto we Sizwe Military Veterans in Gauteng said on Wednesday that they stand by Zuma.
The ruling party's Gauteng branch has accepted the president's Nkandla apology but believes it is not enough to restore confidence in the ANC.
ANC veterans and civil society members met at the steps of the Concourt on Wednesday and demanded that President Jacob Zuma resign.
Airbrushing the party's recent political history isn't working so well if the one you defended throws you under the bus.
South Africans will forgive the ruling party for the damage wrought by the Nkandla debacle, its Gauteng chair believes.
The province’s ANC has adopted a stance similar to that of civil action group Outa and the Democratic Alliance over the contentious e-toll system.
Wondering why Paul Mashatile's election as Gauteng chair was a big deal? Watch our quick explainer of the ANC’s tense relationship with the province.
The ANC has confirmed that Paul Mashatile will continue as the party's Gauteng chairperson, with David Makhura as his deputy.
ANC Gauteng chairperson Paul Mashatile, has declared war against roads agency Sanral, saying it could not tell politicians how to do their work.
After a game of ministerial musical chairs that saw Nathi Mthethwa replace Paul Mashatile, Sean O'Toole wonders if Mthethwa is suited for the arts.
Daggers are being drawn among the ruling party's Gauteng rebels as old grudges resurface on the back of poor election results.
Paul Mashatile said the ANC will not be threatened by "parties born yesterday" while Pule Mabe accused Julius Malema of running a backyard revolution.
Speakers addressing the Young Communist League of SA’s 10th anniversary celebrations have described the DA as a confused party.
A selection of moments caught on camera from the ANC fundraising dinner and manifesto launch rally in Nelspruit over the weekend.