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Guptas could face disciplinary charges from ANC branch

It was confirmed on Wednesday night that members of the Gupta family are ANC members, and therefore may be subject to disciplinary action.

Juju’s State of Indignation

In Julius Malema's "farewell speech", he didn't hesitate to criticise the leadership of the ANC.He clarified, we haven't heard the last word on nationalisation.

Guilty verdict confirmed

The ANC's NDC of Appeals chairperson Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Saturday that the NDC's guilty verdict against ANCYL top brass & Julius Malema, is upheld.

Leaked email gives Julius Malema ammunition

The ANC Youth League claims it has hard evidence of a political vendetta being waged against its leaders through a leaked email.

Hero to zero: How fickle are Malema’s friends?

While lawyers argued against the five-year suspension of Julius Malema, the ANC Youth League was quietly making plans to go on without him.

Negative long-term effects feared for youth league

As Julius Malema's appeal against his suspension from the ANC begins, the youth league says it worries that important issues are being sidelined.

Birthday truce in tatters: ANC faction fight hots up

Pro and anti-Zuma officials are lashing out at each other as Cyril Ramaphosa prepares to hear ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema's appeal.

Political solution sought over Malema

The national working committees of the ANC and its youth league will meet on Monday to explore the possibility of a "political solution".

Malema could learn from ex-chief whip’s rebound tactics

As Julius Malema drags out his appeal process, he might take comfort from precedent in the case of former ANC chief whip Mbulelo Goniwe.

Constitution allegation ‘propaganda’, says ANCYL

The ANC Youth League says accusations that its leadership changed its constitution to discredit the findings of a disciplinary hearing is propaganda.

ANCYL: Bringing the partygoers into disrepute

Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu might have deserved the expulsion that came their way given their consistent arrogance and air of invincibility.

ANC seeks legitimacy in ‘legalese’

Attacks by senior ANC figures on what they style as the excessive intrusion of the judiciary into the executive sphere is increasingly common.

ANC Youth League’s plans to undermine Zuma

The ANC Youth League's attack on the ruling party's NDC is the first step towards exposing President Jacob Zuma as the "worst leader" of the ANC.

ANC: Go ahead, Juju, appeal away

The ANC Youth League is fully entitled to appeal suspensions handed to their leaders, but the ANC believes the young lions' arguments hold no water.

Magaqa misses ANC’s deadline to say sorry to Gigaba

ANCYL secretary-general Sindiso Magaqa has missed a deadline to apologise to Minister Malusi Gigaba, but nevertheless plans to appeal his suspension.

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