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Battle for eThekwini: ‘Comrade will turn on comrade’

As the ANC eThekwini prepares to elect a new leadership many believe this powerful position holds more sway in the national body than in the province.

Tshabalala cries foul over Parly’s guilty verdict

SABC board chairperson, Ellen Tshabalala, says she would not resign and that the guilty verdict is part of a political agenda against her.

Broke ANC wants more tax money

The party is arguing that increased financial support to political parties would enhance democracy.

Numsa takes on state security over ‘rogue’ report

Irvin Jim says the "rogue" report accuses them of treason, which cannot be taken lightly, and they want the State Security Agency to investigate it.

Six ‘memorable’ moments from the ANCYL’s un-conference

The Moët flowed, delegates chanted (badly) and President Jacob Zuma was told to shut up. This ANCYL gathering was very "redical" for a non-conference.

Leaked: Broke ANC spent R429m on election

The "good story" the ruling party had to tell has cost the ANC 47% of its overall budget since 2012.

Mummy’s cross with her baby

The ANC is picking up the youth league’s bills and its conference will be all work and no play.

Vavi will remain in Cosatu, for now

A special national congress will be held by trade union Cosatu next year, and sources say Zwelinzima Vavi will not be removed.

Cele sets his sights on becoming kingmaker

The former police commissioner is willing to take on ANC general secretary Gwede Mantashe in his bid to be kingmaker in the party's 2017 conference.

DA Gauteng forum to propose shake-ups

The DA is preparing to govern Gauteng after the 2019 general elections, according to the party's preliminary resolutions document.

EFF MP will challenge ‘Zuma the thief’ again

Despite being "traumatised" after being forcibly removed from Parliament, EFF MP Reneilwe Mashabela says nothing will keep her away from Parliament.

Cosatu split: How the ANC will suffer

The biggest losers in the Cosatu-Numsa battle seem to be the ANC, SACP and Cosatu – and the real price is set to come in the 2016 municipal elections.

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