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BLF wants the ANC’s pro-Zuma votes for 2019
BLF wants the ANC’s pro-Zuma votes for 2019
Two years after its formation, Black First Land First (BLF) has 100 000 members and plans to catapult itself into the National Assembly after the...
Party funding Bill adopted in National Assembly
Party funding Bill adopted in National Assembly
The National Assembly has adopted the Political Party Funding Bill, which will pave...
Six things you need to know if you still care about Agang
Six things you need to know if you still care about Agang
It is difficult to keep track of what's going on in Agang SA. Really. After founder Mamphela Ramaphele married the party to the Democratic...
Agang's Ramphele struggles on in the world of politics
Agang's Ramphele struggles on in the world of politics
Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele does not have it easy right now: she is embroiled in internal party factionalism while trying hard to resuscitate...
[Video]M&G analysis: Elections 2014
[Video]M&G analysis: Elections 2014
South Africa has voted and the ANC is back in power. Verashni Pillay takes us through what the results mean and where we go from here.
Agang against fracking
Agang against fracking
Agang SA would oppose fracking, the party said on Monday.
[Video]Zille: Let me be me
[Video]Zille: Let me be me
DA leader Helen Zille gets frank with us about EFF, Twitter, Mmusi Maimane and her failed marriage to Mamphela Ramphele.
[Podcast]Is it time for political party funding to become an election issue?
[Podcast]Is it time for political party funding to become an election issue?
The issue of party funding has come to the fore following the DA/Agang fallout. We ask Right2Know and amaBhungane why party funding remains a secret.
Agang SA optimistic about elections
Agang SA optimistic about elections
Mamphela Ramphele's political party, Agang SA, on Friday expressed optimism about the upcoming general...
Zille-Ramphele split more dignified than protracted ANC spats
Zille-Ramphele split more dignified than protracted ANC spats
When Helen Zille and Dr Mamphela Ramphele parted ways this week, the South African public seemed collectively to hiss "It serves you right!" before erupting into ­snickers and inane wisecracks about the brevity of the tryst. ...

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