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Zuma-ists hope to ace provinces

Acolytes of the ex-president gear up take-back regions in Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal and North West before the ANC mid-term meeting

Sadtu takes big blow at ANC NGC

The ANC isolated its alliance partner by insisting on inspectors in schools, a practice the union views as a redundant apartheid appendage.

Zuma sets sights on tackling ANC corruption

As the ANC's NGC drew to a close, President Jacob Zuma presented the ANC’s plan to curb corruption both within the party and the government it leads.

The resolutions adopted by the ANC at its NGC

Qaanitah Hunter and Matuma Letsoalo break down some of the more noteworthy resolutions taken by the ANC at its NGC this weekend.

Smaller provinces the saving grace for ANC membership

Only three provinces recorded an increase in ANC membership and were singled out for praise by Gwede Mantashe for their efforts.

Mass protests could be our Arab Spring – ANC

ANC head of political education Nathi Mthethwa has emphasised the urgent need to address service delivery protests.

Zuma: I will never stand for a third term

Zuma appeared hellbent on not wanting to continue in his position as president, regardless of what ANC members and leaders want.

What the struggling ANC thinks its problems are

The ruling party admits that it is being dragged down by a few issues, Qaanitah Hunter takes a look at what the heaviest of these may be.

Mantashe bemoans tarnishing effect of corruption on ANC

In his organisational report at the ANC NGC Gwede Mantashe was severely critical of those who have brought the credibility of the party into question.

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