KZN Premier Senzo Mchunu has resigned after being asked to do so by provincial and national ANC structures.
Baleka Mbete laid a clarion call for unity at the opening of the ANC KwaZulu Natal elective conference amid tension in the leadership race.
The appointment of David Makhura as Gauteng premier could signal the end of the dominant Jacob Zuma-aligned group within the ANC.
Several measures have been put in place to ease tensions at the violence-plagued KwaMashu hostel in KwaZulu-Natal, but some believe it's not enough.
Dipuo Peters says government spent about R290-million for Nkandla road. But older reports say it was considered before Jacob Zuma became president.
KwaZulu-Natal education Minister Senzo Mchunu has been elected to the powerful position of ANC provincial chairperson.
Zweli Mkhize will remain KwaZulu-Natal premier despite stepping down as provincial chairperson, provincial secretary Sihle Zikalala has confirmed.
Behind the scenes, senior ANC leaders in KZN are trying to prevent what could become an ugly contest for the position of provincial ANC chairperson.
KwaZulu-Natal transport minister Willies Mchunu on Monday dismissed calls for him to resign as premature and irrelevant.
Political parties in KwaZulu-Natal's uMgungundlovu district need to help restore the tainted image of the province, a provincial minister said.
The Durban taxi strike which left thousands of commuters stranded on Monday has been called off.
A committee has been set up to deal with taxi violence in KwaZulu-Natal, provincial transport minister Willies Mchunu said on Thursday.
The hatchet job on Durban's Kennedy Road informal settlement continued this week with an alleged "healing process" by the KwaZulu-Natal government.
Zwelithini laments poverty of his people at lavish birthday bash
KwaZulu-Natal finance minister Zweli Mkhize is the new African National Congress chairperson in the province, replacing Premier S'bu Ndebele.
The district of Matatiele moved a step closer to being permanently incorporated into the Eastern Cape after the KwaZulu-Natal legislature in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday voted by a narrow margin in favour of the controversial Constitution 13th Amendment Bill. Heated debate between opposition parties and the ruling African National Congress preceded the vote.