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Mabe: ANC will exist for life

The ANC would exist as long as there is life on earth, ANC national executive committee member Pule Mabe said on Sunday.

Cabinet lekgotla starts in Pretoria

The first day of the Cabinet lekgotla has started in Pretoria, where ministers will discuss the upcoming year's priorities.

Guests fork out R500 000 to share a table with Zuma

ANC delegates and business people will have to pay at least R500 000 to be seated at the presidential table at the party's Business Forum gala dinner.

Blade hopes Mangaung helps to restore ANC

SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande says the ANC must emerge from Mangaung as a restored party with a committed leadership.

Court hears e-tolls must be set aside

The e-tolling of Gauteng's highways must be set aside because insufficient public consultation has taken place, the Pretoria High Court has heard.

Blair calls for open-mindedness at leadership summit

Tony Blair has delivered a speech on the need for innovation while poking fun at Archbishop Desmond Tutu's refusal to attend the leadership summit.

Analysts: Regional rifts could be the ANC’s undoing

Deepening rifts between ANC members in provincial regions could create a crisis for the ruling party, say political analysts.

Nzimande vows SACP won’t abandon ANC

SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande has said the SACP will not abandon the ANC despite increasing criticism about their relationship.

Companies use brokers to avoid labour laws, says judge

Many companies in South Africa use labour brokers to circumvent labour laws, says Labour Appeal Court Judge President Dunstan Mlambo.

ANC: Government to blame for late Limpopo textbooks

The ANC's national executive committee has acknowledged that the late delivery of textbooks in Limpopo has been a "serious failure" by government.

Breytenbach’s NPA suspension challenge dismissed

A challenge in the Johannesburg Labour Court by Glynnis Breytenbach against her suspension from the National Prosecuting Authority has failed.

ANC cadre deployment ‘drags down public services’

The Human Sciences Research Council says the ANC's policy of cadre deployment is adversely affecting public services.

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