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ANC pushes ahead with plan to reduce number of provinces

The ANC policy conference called for a presidential commission to be set up, and for its work to be completed before December

ANC policy anarchy – leaders are too weak to lead, or too weak to take over

The policy conference of the governing ANC will be remembered for a party in disarray, plagued with internal dissent.

Editorial: Good press, here’s a bone

The press prison at the ANC conference may have been instated because the party couldn't afford journalists seeing how heated deliberations had become

Uneasy Zuma hedges bets

The ANC president’s compromise idea smacks of a leader backing a losing horse

KZN the biggest loser in policy resolutions

Key region and its allies will have only five months to consolidate support

Zweli brings sanity to conference

Seen as a voice of reason, the ANC treasurer says the party must work with business to turn the economy around

The ANC is tired. It’s also tiring

"At the end of it all, the policy conference was doomed to be a dull and useless affair"

Pension funds in ANC crosshairs

A contentious idea has resurfaced amid economic turmoil and corruption claims

Zuma wants a second deputy president to eliminate ANC factions

Zuma’s suggestion, presented on the last day of the ANC’s national policy conference, took delegates by surprise and was met with hesitation.

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