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ANCYL: Worker’s Day rally will show that workers love Zuma

Worker’s Day commemorations are expected to be attended by both Zuma’s friends and foes with divisions likely to play out publicly

ANC must overhaul its system to reduce ‘factory faults’ – Mbalula

Mbalula was discussing the organisational renewal chapter of the ANC’s policy documents, ahead of the party’s fifth national policy conference

SACP claims there was a gunman at Hani memorial

The SACP believes there was a gunman at the commemoration on Monday who threatened the first deputy general secretary of the party, Solly Mapaila.

Zille’s ‘dumb tweets’ biggest headache for Maimane

​Western Cape Premier Helen Zille must be “dealt with” for her praise of colonialism and expelled from the party, several DA leaders have said.

FNB investigating Brian Molefe’s ANC membership forms

Molefe was sworn in as a member of Parliament last week amid heavy criticism.

Thabo Mbeki: Attacking foreign nationals is not patriotic or revolutionary

The newly-elected chancellor of Unisa says South Africans must not forget the support shown by African countries during the struggle for liberation.

Solly Msimanga: I know who organised the anti-immigrant march

The Tshwane mayor believes the people who organised last year's violent pre-election protests are the same people behind yesterday's demonstrations.

Dlamini-Zuma all but launches presidential campaign

The former AU commission chairperson effectively launched her ANC presidential campaign on Sunday.

Life Esidimeni in Gauteng ANC’s crosshairs ahead of provincial lekgotla

The party is expected to give its youth league leaders in the province a chance to explain their stance on the tragedy at the healthcare facility.

Shaka Sisulu on ANC ‘War Room’: It was a ‘love campaign’

​It wasn’t a smear campaign, but a "love campaign", which the drove ANC activist to launch an unsanctioned project to boost the party’s troubled image

Kgalema Motlanthe: Recycling leaders is a bad idea

The former deputy president says he would rather provide political education than run for the country's top post.

Julius Malema: We regret supporting Busisiwe Mkhwebane

The Economic Freedom Fighters leader expressed his lack of confidence in the public protector during a media briefing on Monday.

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