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Ace Magashule stays put despite corruption charges

The ANC secretary general has not offered to stand aside, despite the recent NEC ruling

ANC responds to Ace’s arrest warrant

The asbestos scam has come back to haunt ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule, and he is expected to face the music on Friday in Bloemfontein

ANC move to ‘stand aside’ is falling flat

Corruption-accused cadres are staying put as provincial rulings contradict NEC’s resolution to clean up the party.

Free State branches gun for Ace

Parts of the provincial ANC will target their former premier, Magashule, and the Free State PEC in a rolling mass action campaign

Infrastructure key to economic recovery — Ramaphosa

The governing party wants localisation at the centre of its infrastructure-led strategy

Zandile Gumede’s backers spoil ANC clean-up

The governing party appears to be struggling to enforce the ban on support for leaders facing criminal charges

Ramaphosa reaffirms ‘line in the sand’ as ANC talks tough on corruption

President Cyril Ramaphosa said the NEC had reaffirmed the decision of the earlier NEC meeting to draw a line in the sand” between the party and those of its members and leaders accused of corruption and other crimes.

Cyril braces for Ace camp’s big flex

Ramaphosa’s anti-corruption drive will see him targeted at the ANC NEC’s meeting this weekend

Richard Calland: Cyril and Ace can’t both survive

One of them will have to fall if the ANC is to win back the confidence of the electorate — so it can’t be Ramaphosa

Fikile has a daring plan for taxis

The transport minister presented to the ANC’s top body a proposal to establish a bank for taxi operators and to subsidise the industry

False dawn gives Ace all the cards

The unrepentant, recalcitrant ANC secretary general thinks it’s okay for his and other wayward comrades’ kids to loot

ANC still at odds over how to tackle leaders facing serious graft allegations

The ANC’s top six has been mandated to work closely with its integrity committee to tackle claims of corruption against senior party members

VBS looting haunts the ANC in Limpopo

The ANC is facing a revolt over the looting of VBS bank, which took money from poor communities, with warnings of electoral consequences in 2021 local elections

Where is the deputy president?

David Mabuza is hard at work — it’s just not taking place in the public eye. The rumblings and discussion in the ANC are about factions in the ruling party, succession and ousting him

Lawfare hits North West ANC regions

A flurry of legal cases before the party’s regional and provincial conferences are central to Supra’s fightback

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Public protector’s ‘mistakes’ were made to nail the president, court hears

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