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Poll dancing: Party lists, coalitions and the Gauteng province.

Fingers pointed at ANC councillor over Tshwane chaos

The man said to be the mastermind behind the Tshwane violence says it’s all a plot to discredit him by his political foes.

Mantashe: election list protesters are ‘mischievous’ and ‘sensational’

The protest of about 20 people was organised by ANC members belonging to the party’s Sol Plaatjie sub-region in Kimberley.

Killings signal the start of the battle for power

Local ANC officials and politicians are being targeted, giving rise to a climate of fear.

Project Veritas: Spooked by Zuma’s spies

Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils says it is "absolutely out of order" that intelligence agents are vetting ANC MPs.

Pule declines nomination for ANC parliamentary list

Former communications minister Dina Pule has declined the ANC's nomination for the National Assembly, saying she wants to "live my life in peace".

Why former Cope MP Kilian leapt to the ANC

Former Cope MP Juli Kilian has decided to leave the party and jumped to number 126 on the ANC's National Assembly election list.

Zuma loyalists top ANC elections list

The ANC has released its widely anticipated lists of who it will send to Parliament and provincial legislatures after the 2014 elections.

ANC: Put disruptive members behind bars

ANC members who act criminally during meetings deserve to be arrested and jailed, says the party.

Task team finds ANC member system was manipulated

An ANC task team probing irregularities in local government elections candidate lists found that the party's membership system had been manipulated.

Making the list

Getting gender parity on the party lists has become an essential balancing act. Rapule Tabane reports.

Phosa backs Pule for premier

Mpumalanga could have its first woman premier since 1994 if a lobby group within the provincial ANC has its way.

Ramatlhodi’s lucky escape

A corruption case against the man tipped for Cabinet has been dropped, but there is evidence of conflicts of interest.

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