Paddy Harper

‘Magaqa died because he did not approve of looting’

Sihle Zikalala said Magaqa and his comrades had caused a 'strategic shift’ in the ’very conservative’ ANC in 2012

Serial lawfare paralyses the ANC

The KwaZulu-Natal ruling is just one of several legal challenges to internal ANC elections across the country.

Magaqa gun may have been found

Five ANC councillors in Umzimkhulu have been murdered this year, raising tensions in the region

Optometrist with an eye for justice wins KZN battle

Lawrence Dube took an increasingly active role, even giving up his practice, to correct the wrongs of the 2015 ANC conference.

Ex-premier frets over KZN tensions

Senzo Mchunu hopes this week’s court victory will prompt the provincial ANC to introspect, not fight

The day the hyphen began shifting for KwaZulu-Natal’s ANC

'Maybe Biko’s thoughts and his legacy make the ANC as nervous as they did the Nats'

ANC KZN on a collision course with Luthuli House

Provincial leaders are set to defy a decision that it should not appeal against Tuesday’s high court ruling declaring them unlawful.

ANC KZN leaders to appeal court ruling that its 2015 election was ‘unlawful and void’

The applicants, for 29 KwaZulu-Natal branches, argued that the run-up to the 2015 conference and the election had been rigged.

Corruption tied to political killings

The KwaZulu-Natal ANC councillor had been pushing to have a suspect tender probed by the Hawks.

Mkhize works at being No 1

The ANC treasurer general is being punted as a unifying ‘third way’, which is gaining traction in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape

It’s the same old cock-up whenever the No 1 post is vacant

Political machinations never change in the run up for the ANC's leadership.

KZN ANC appoints two teams to probe political killings

The party says the current violence may be following a ‘’similar pattern’’ to the state sponsored ‘’black on black’’ violence of the 1980s and 1990s.

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