The biggest opposition parties are intent on usurping the ANC’s power by forming alliances with smaller left and right wing parties
With the right amount of planning, political coalitions can work – and even create the environment for better economic solutions
The party leader is one of the participants on a five-day German tour to learn how coalitions are managed in that country
Tensions over Tshwane between ActionSA and the Democratic Alliance are not expected affect the multi-party pact
The two parties hope to unseat the ANC next year through their pre-election cooperation agreement
While some lobbyists have welcomed the delay, others believe it will have negative consequences
Funders are concerned about the fragmented opposition but party leaders are adamant that they and not donors are driving the process
At the 2021 local government elections, neither of the two biggest parties got a mandate to govern alone in Johannesburg
The country is hyper religious but has prided itself on not talking politics at the church table
For politics to benefit us all, we will have to build practical wisdom. In other words, we must be focused on ethical behaviour
The former ANC MP and activist had been ill since June
Mashaba’s one-year-old party comes in second behind the ANC’s income, but ahead of the DA
The EFF has decided to close all talks with the ANC; meanwhile, the DA has not made any headway in talks with ActionSA as time runs out for councils to elect leaders
The ANC in the Western Cape has agreed, in principle, to discuss a move to call for the increase in the number of seats for elected public representatives. Following an interim provincial leadership committee meeting last weekend, the party said it is willing to discuss the matter, and raise it with the party’s national leadership. […]
Despite the DA having more seats in Knysna, the ANC has chosen the town’s mayor
Speaking at the Western Cape results centre, the DA’s Premier candidate Alan Winde says his party is not celebrating just yet
Mentor says it is her Christian faith which attracted her to the party, after becoming disenchanted with the ANC.
The Red Berets say the public enterprises minister was a member of the Cabinet which led to Eskom’s failure
Msimanga said that it was the prerogative of city manager Moeketsi Mosola to name someone to act in his place while he was away
The EFF needs to work with the ANC to get the two-thirds majority required to amend section 25 of the Constitution
DA councillor Victor Manyathi’s refusal to vote against the motion of no confidence led to council speaker Jonathan Lawack being voted out on Monday
The party cannot substantiate claims it made before Parliament in March, finds Africa Check.
The ‘big three’ parties are floundering but the little ones are gaining huge political clout
Just hours after the opposition parties’ meeting, Standard & Poor’s made its credit downgrade.
Investigators have also asked Democratic Party officials to provide copies of other suspected faked documents that have been circulating.
Opposition MPs argued that, in light of the Concourt ruling on Nkandla, Parliament should apologise to the public protector. ANC MPs disagreed.
Parliament will have to intervene in a feud between the EFF and ACDP over coveted office space.
The IEC has responded to allegations of voting discrepancies, saying the worst incidents are a result of corrections being made.
In the second instalment of our 10 tough questions to party leaders ahead of the election, the ACDP’s Kenneth Meshoe talks about rape, HIV and portn.
A group of opposition parties plan to lay criminal charges against SABC acting chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
In a meeting of regional heads, the African Christian Democratic Party said policies on nationalisation and land reform were scaring away investors.
The Special Investigating Unit has allegedly told ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe that fraud and corruption in government is costing the country billions.