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Lobbying for the next ANC president has started

Although Cyril Ramaphosa has avoided speculation over his availability for a second term, his deputy, David Mabuza, has already indicated that he is up for the job.

Zondo: Millions of rands siphoned to Gupta-owned newspaper

The State Capture report has found that former president Jacob Zuma was at the centre of the Gupta owned media’s rampant corruption at state institutions

First part of Zondo’s state capture report to be released to public shortly

President Cyril Ramaphosa said implementation of recommendations against those implicated in the report should only be expected in the latter part of 2022

Zondo to hand over state capture report on Tuesday

The much-awaited state capture report will be handed over to President Cyril Ramaphosa on 4 January

Tutu’s death a moment to reflect and reconcile with South Africa’s past and future

The archbishop was a man of forgiveness who was bravely outspoken during apartheid and in the democratic era persistently asked us to look deeper and be better.

Dip in ANC support for Ramaphosa leaves second term an open question

While Danny Msiza’s faction is gaining ground in Limpopo, those close to him say it does not necessarily mean Ramaphosa will be affected

Special Tribunal dismisses Hamilton Ndlovu’s application to stay a review of PPE contracts awarded to him

Judge Lebogang Modiba was not persuaded by Ndlovu’s claim that the refusal of the stay application would violate his constitutional right of access to the courts

Bongani Baloyi’s resignation catches DA off guard

Solly Msimanga, the official opposition’s leader in Gauteng, says the provincial leadership is surprised by the former Midvaal mayor’s resignation

Magashule warns of ANC disunity and ‘bumpy’ leadership contest in 2022

The ANC’s corruption-accused suspended secretary general decries use of ‘state organs’ to ‘persecute party leaders’

ANC Eastern Cape region to lobby for Madikizela to replace Mabuyane as provincial chair

Conference delegates resolved that Babalo Madikizela should be considered for chair with Terris Ntuthu as secretary.

The security cluster remains the thorn in the ANC’s side

Despite a shake-up in defence and intelligence, the security cluster remains shaky ahead of potentially explosive elective conferences

Eastern Cape regional conferences pit Mabuyane and Madikizela against each other

Party insiders say Ramaphosa is unlikely to feel the pinch as a result of Eastern Cape regional conferences pitting Oscar Mabuyane against Babalo Madikizela

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