2009 elections

 
KZN official's electoral fraud trial unprecedented
KZN official's electoral fraud trial unprecedented
Sindisiwe Mncube, an Ulundi Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) official, has become the first South African since the 1994 democratic elections...
KZN poll officer begged not to be reported, court hears
KZN poll officer begged not to be reported, court hears
An Ulundi presiding officer charged with violating the Electoral Act during the April elections begged the person who caught her red-handed not to...
Baleka Mbete says media speculation 'distorted'
Baleka Mbete says media speculation 'distorted'
Media speculation about why ANC chairperson Baleka Mbete was not sworn in as an MP last week was "distorted", she said on Tuesday.
Manuel named head of planning
Manuel named head of planning
Trevor Manuel was appointed to head a powerful new planning body on Sunday, keeping the former finance minister at the heart of policy making in a...
ANC, DA drag heels in removing election posters
ANC, DA drag heels in removing election posters
Johannesburg Metro police will fine political parties if they don't remove their election posters by Monday. Parties had fourteen days after the...
The comeback kid
The comeback kid
Parliament is set to choose Jacob Zuma as state president on Wednesday after the ANC's resounding election victory, capping a remarkable political...
New era dawns for MPs
New era dawns for MPs
Preparations began before dawn on Monday to welcome members of South Africa's fourth Parliament for a session likely to be more robust than the...
How the IFP lost Zululand to Zuluboy
How the IFP lost Zululand to Zuluboy
Two weeks ago KwaZulu-Natal bucked a national trend that saw the ANC lose votes in eight of the nine provinces while still maintaining its overall...
Zuma's security detail beefed up
Zuma's security detail beefed up
ANC president Jacob Zuma's security detail has been beefed up ahead of his inauguration next week because there were some people who hated him,...
Cope's cash conundrum
Cope's cash conundrum
Money is said to be the driving force behind Congress of the People (Cope) president Mosiuoa Lekota's sudden decision to join the party in...

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