ANC veterans and civil society members met at the steps of the Concourt on Wednesday and demanded that President Jacob Zuma resign.
The "limping" party needs a new lease on life and a bold economic direction to recultivate the values of its former leaders, says Ronald Lamola.
The president knows that in order to survive he needs those organisations closest to him to be servile and supportive.
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Former ANCYL member Ronald Lamola has been involved in a fight after being blamed for wanting to remove the Mpumalanga premier, says a report.
There has been a serious bid by sidelined ANC Youth League leaders to head the organisation again.
Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula says expelled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema's plan to start a new party is "political suicide".
The so-called economic freedom fighters have described former ANC Youth League deputy leader Ronald Lamola as a "narrow-minded careerist".
Former ANC Youth League deputy leader Ronald Lamola has called on the youth not to support Julius Malema's proposed new party, according to a report.
In spite of a move to dissolve structures that sought change in Mangaung, the ANC's leadership has claimed it is not eliminating its internal enemies.
The ANC NEC has disbanded its youth wing in a move that is likely to be seen as purging those who disagreed with President Jacob Zuma.
Farmworkers in the Western Cape should not retreat in their fight for a minimum daily wage of R150, ANCYL deputy president Ronald Lamola has said.
The youth league is scheduled to meet with the ANC's top six officials in a bid to bring tensions between the league and its mother body to an end.
The current ANCYL national executive committee might escape the chop as several ANC leaders appear to be against the call to disband the structure.
Since the ANC Youth League's future was put into question at Mangaung, the organisation has been pushed to "fall into line" and find a new president.
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Cosatu gathered hundreds of people to march through the streets of the Jo'burg city centre against e-tolling.
Expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema's spat with deputy president Ronald Lamola has divided the league ahead of Mangaung.
The ANC Youth League has lashed out at expelled president Julius Malema for calling the league's deputy president Ronald Lamola a "traitor".