2019 elections

 
Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Save our country from another 25 years of failure, incumbency syndrome and majoritarian arrogance.
‘His Excellency’  bows out of the House
‘His Excellency’  bows out of the House
‘I told you I’ll come. I kept my promise. I always keep my promises.”
IEC stays calm in the face of chaos
IEC stays calm in the face of chaos
The chief electoral officer of the Electoral Commission of South Africa’s (IEC), Sy Mamabolo, rattles off statistics with ease, and on everything...
Is Cyril on a slow train to nowhere?
Is Cyril on a slow train to nowhere?
A president stuck in a train. A country stuck in a rut.
​Record number of political parties contesting 2019 polls
​Record number of political parties contesting 2019 polls
A new evangelical Christian political party with a "righteous calling to politics" and another representing security guards contributed to a...
ANC takes City Press to ombud over 'We don't need white votes' report
ANC takes City Press to ombud over 'We don't need white votes' report
The ANC says it is heading to the Press Ombudsman over a City Press front-page report, titled 'We don't need white votes'....
[Video]The 'will of the people'— Dlamini on ANC list inclusion
[Video]The 'will of the people'— Dlamini on ANC list inclusion
ANCWL president Bathabile Dlamini urged all female voters to carefully scrutinise the manifestos of all political parties
Zuma’s first 100 days on Twitter
Zuma’s first 100 days on Twitter
With his hands folded on his lap, former president Jacob Zuma launches into his first Twitter moment seated at a grand piano. In this unsteady video,...
Dagga Party waiting to exhale on whether it will be on ballot
Dagga Party waiting to exhale on whether it will be on ballot
The Dagga Party of South Africa’s high hopes to contest the 2019 elections could go up in smoke.
ANC parliamentary list includes leaders implicated in state capture
ANC parliamentary list includes leaders implicated in state capture
The ANC has included leaders implicated in allegations of state capture in its parliamentary lists for the May 8 national and provincial elections....
Dagga Party credits grassroots support to get on ballot
Dagga Party credits grassroots support to get on ballot
The Dagga Party of South Africa is on a high after it says it has raised the R200 000 deposit needed to contest the national elections in May.
Read the latest edition of the Mail & Guardian here
Read the latest edition of the Mail & Guardian here
The party is employing ‘jump, don’t push’ tactics for removing compromised candidates

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