The senior judge helped draft the Constitution, and has worked valiantly to uphold it ever since.
Several branches of the ruling ANC say Motlanthe is the only person who can redeem the party’s reputation.
Colleagues claim that former ANC treasurer, Mathews Phosa, misled the cash-strapped party about its financial problems.
The ANC is picking up the youth league’s bills and its conference will be all work and no play.
It is often top six officials who are expected to hold factions together when ambitious ANC leaders start jostling for power, but this isn't the case.
The time might have come for the ANC to reconsider its investment arm Chancellor House as a commercial venture, says treasurer general Zweli Mkhize.
It's been reported that former KZN premier Zweli Mkhize has spent over R1-million on chartered planes and helicopters, much to the DA's ire.
After taking over as the ANC's treasurer general in December last year, Zweli Mhikze has announced that he is stepping down as premier of KZN.
Zweli Mkhize will remain KwaZulu-Natal premier despite stepping down as provincial chairperson, provincial secretary Sihle Zikalala has confirmed.
Those who make a private donation to the ANC should not expect anything in return, newly-elected treasurer general Zweli Mkhize has said.
With President Zuma and his allies taking the top spots, to much jubilation, the political futures of the other contenders are uncertain.
Addressing delegates at the ANC's nomination conference in Durban, Zweli Mkhize has said that the issue of who will lead the party has been settled.
KwaZulu-Natal, the biggest province at the ANC's Mangaung elective conference, has declared its support for President Zuma to serve a second term.
The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal expressed shock at a spate of murders at the hands of its members, saying the killings were the work of misguided criminals.
ANC members must be vigilant following the killing of councillor Wandile Mkhize, President Jacob Zuma has warned.
Delegates at the ANC's KwaZulu-Natal congress have decided that the leadership in the province will not change.
KwaZulu-Natal ANC chairperson Zweli Mkhize has launched an attack on unruly youth, calling for an end to derogatory language directed at the party.
Forty percent of South Africans think members of Parliament and councillors are corrupt -- up from 25% four years ago, according to a recent survey.