Jacob Zuma's call for a national cleansing ceremony should include cleansing the "roads of death", says the South African National Civic Organisation.
The Mpumalanga government has awarded an R11-million abattoir contract to a company accused of having links to organised crime.
A joint petition against the planned Gauteng highway tolling system will be sent to Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele within 14 days.
Neither intimidation tactics nor the influence of party heavyweights have swayed a fiery independent seen as a threat to an ANC stronghold in Knysna.
Changes to ward councillor lists are a growing headache for the ANC in the Western Cape.
Cosatu president Sidumo Dlamini re-affirms the organisations commitment to the alliance. Cosatu, ANC, SACP and SANCO.
The ANC must remain the political centre of the ruling alliance, party secretary general and SACP chairperson Gwede Mantashe said on Thursday.
Alliance partners and the media must remember the importance of Sanco, the organisation's deputy president, Lemias Mashile, said on Wednesday.
Sanco threatened on Monday to mobilise Vodacom subscribers in protest against the listing of the cellphone giant at the JSE.
The Western Cape branch of Sanco and the South African Cape Corps military union on Wednesday pledged support for Cope in the April elections.
ANC MP Rose Sonto, also the head of the South African National Civic Organisation in the Western Cape, this week repeated unsubstantiated allegations that foreigners are buying government-subsidised houses and forcing South Africans to live in shacks.
African National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma has received support from alliance partners to run for presidential elections, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Sunday. "We will not only be accompanying him to court but to the Union Buildings as the next president of South Africa," he said, announcing the outcome of an alliance.
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa cannot ignore Eskom's request for a 53% tariff increase, a business research and consulting firm said on Thursday. "If the country expects the electricity utility to resolve the current capacity crisis, it must be given the resources to do so," said Frost & Sullivan.
Matatiele residents were set to march through Pietermaritzburg on Thursday to the KwaZulu-Natal legislature in protest over their incorporation into the Eastern Cape. Matatiele-Maluti Mass Action Organising Committee chairperson Mandla Galo said that at least 45 minibus taxis had transported residents to Pietermaritzburg.
The Gauteng branch of the South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) will go to the police to find out whether Sunday Times editor Mondli Makhanya applied for amnesty over political activities during apartheid, the organisation said on Monday. Earlier this month, Sanco asked the National Prosecuting Authority whether Makhanya had applied for amnesty from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
African National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma on Friday called for a closure of the "chapter of tension and mistrust" between the ruling party and its alliance partners. The relationship between the ANC and its alliance partners had become somewhat strained under the previous leadership of national President Thabo Mbeki.
Jacob Zuma is the new president of the African National Congress. The announcement was greeted by an outpouring of joy and ecstatic cheering by ANC delegates at the party's conference in Polokwane shortly before 9pm on Tuesday. Thabo Mbeki received 1 505 votes and Zuma received 2 329.
The African National Congress (ANC) on Thursday called on its members to "ignore the insulting decision" taken by the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) to make recommendations for the election of the ruling party's national leadership.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) had demonstrated nothing but arrogance in pulling out of the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) over reports about Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, said the Media Institute of Southern Africa on Wednesday.
The growing number of violent incidents in schools stems from problems within society and parents being too lenient, the Gauteng African National Congress's education sub-committee said on Wednesday. "We need good role models in society to be able to influence children," said sub-committee chairperson Amon Msane.