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NUM wants Ramaphosa to lead the ANC, saying a KZN boss would be ‘tribalistic’

The union is strongly in favour of not stopping the tradition of the deputy replacing the party leader.

28 ‘criminals’ on ANC local government elections list

An alleged murderer, endorsed by the Gauteng safety MEC, is just one of 28 candidates who have criminal records or are facing charges.

Boerboel, boerboel, toil and trouble

An ugly online dispute has highlighted serious issues raised by international demand.

Ban on black boerboel exports at the heart of breeders’ row

It’s not all black and white – the government’s clampdown is meant to protect the popular dog’s purebred status.

Spy claims imperil mine wage talks

The revelation could undermine trust built up in the platinum belt since Marikana.

One-time giant NUM counts losses

In addition to shedding large numbers of members, the union is in dire financial straits.

Numsa and Solidarity: An unlikely working-class alliance

Blue-collar union and its white counterpart strike up a relationship despite their political differences.

ANC not yet ready to release names of mayoral candidates

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe says the ruling party's current main focus is to conclude the process of vetting its proposed ward councillors.

$11-million Lily Mine cash injection not enough to recover bodies

Lily Mine has been thrown a lifeline and can reopen, but won't be able to recover the bodies of three missing miners and to compensate their families.

Mantashe: election list protesters are ‘mischievous’ and ‘sensational’

The protest of about 20 people was organised by ANC members belonging to the party’s Sol Plaatjie sub-region in Kimberley.

Hammanskraal evictions: ‘There was war here’

Tensions between contract workers and Hammanskraal residents flared when the Red Ants were called in to evict people off the land.

This land was veld, now it’s ours, declare Hammanskraal residents

Residents of Hammanskraal, near Pretoria, stood their ground against forced evictions that left two people dead and thousands more destitute.

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