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Sorry, ANC – SA to remain in ICC

The ANC wants to exit the International Criminal Court, but some in the government are quietly stalling.

ICC suspects Bashir could come back to SA

The ICC is suspicious that the South African government may well allow Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir back into the country.

Gwede to youth: Let’s not fight about Blade

The ANC’s revolution cannot be gambled on the hashtag mentality.

Mantashe: University management ‘must not be arrogant’

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has lambasted vice-chancellors of universities for ineffectively dealing with widespread #FeesMustFall protests.

Hamas wants to set up shop in SA

Khaled Meshaal and other senior members of Palestinian resistance movement Hamas have met with Jacob Zuma to discuss opening offices in South Africa.

Is Blade safe from the ANC’s knives?

For party youth, at least, the SACP leader is far from the ally they want Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande to be.

‘Blame the universities, not the ANC’

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has lambasted university vice-chancellors for ineffectively dealing with the widespread #FeesMustFall protests.

ANC says minister acting in bad faith

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has been accused of undermining the ANC and refusing to take her cue from its NEC communications subcommittee.

ANC in debt but confident of future income

The ruling party is committed to paying off its debt to avoid protracted and expensive court cases.

Zuma ally to chair the IEC

President Jacob Zuma has appointed commissioner Vuma Mashinini as the new chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission.

Zuma suspends police commissioner Riah Phiyega

President Jacob Zuma has suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega with immediate effect and on full pay.

Mthembu: Are you calling me a liar?

There is open warfare between the ANC’s subcommittee on communication and communication minister Faith Muthambi on the digital migration plan.

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