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EFF to force secret ballot in vote of no confidence against Supra Mahumapelo

The party heads to court to force a secret ballot in the vote of no confidence against the North West premier

Political battles play out at funeral of the ‘mother of the nation’

Some leaders were booed and old rivalries were hashed out in tribute speeches to the global icon.

DA row over election of second deputy federal council chair

The election of Natasha Mazzone as the second deputy chairperson of the party's federal council has led to tension

Magashule hits back at Manuel’s attack over Winnie’s Brandfort home

'When you talk about unity of the movement, don't use memorial services of revolutionaries to attack other leaders'

DA congress: Where to next for the party?

Land expropriation and an internal party debate on race represent some of the DA leadership's challenges in finding the party's new voice.

Introducing quotas in the DA would be a slap in the faces of black leaders ― Moodey

'As a black person, if I am going to be chosen for a position purely to fill in quotas, it’s going to be a slap in my face'

Mam’ Winnie will rest in peace with her great-granddaughter

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's daughters plan to bury the struggle icon in same cemetery as great-granddaughter

Cronin: ANC won’t amend Constitution on land expropriation

Deputy Public Works Minister Jeremy Cronin says the ANC emerging view is not to amend the Constitution on land expropriation

ANC distances itself from Trollip replacement panic

The ANC's NEC has opted to support a mayoral candidate from one of the smaller opposition parties in the council

Feuding Eastern Cape ANC leaders must smoke peace pipe ― NEC

Chairperson Oscar Mabuyane and Premier Phumulo Masualle will be forced to work together to avoid a rerun of last year's chaotic elective congress

ANC elects female premiers for Mpumalanga and Free State

ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule announced the names on Wednesday, following the party’s National Working Committee meeting on Monday

Malema: Farming must continue ‘uninterrupted’, but ‘idle’ land must be redistributed

Malema also emphasised that there was no turning back on their call for the state to own all the land in the country

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