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Facts and figures: 2019/2020 policy speech

'As individuals and a collective, let us do our bit in the building the Eastern Cape we want'

ANC takes steps to compensate for lack of women premier candidates

The ANC selected premiers after its election win.

ANC Eastern Cape members lose urgent bid to nullify ‘festival of chairs’ outcome

The high court in Johannesburg struck the matter off the roll with costs on Monday

‘If the ANC fails to lead us, we will opt for legal action’

Eastern Cape ANC members are hoping that the high court will compel the NEC to implement the recommendations made by the Ndebele report

Mam’ Winnie was a gallant spirit: Ramaphosa

April has become a significant month for the struggle

Scholars debate Sopa

'Aren't the strategies the government has implemented without first fixing the basics just a waste of money?'

Feuding Eastern Cape ANC leaders must smoke peace pipe ― NEC

Chairperson Oscar Mabuyane and Premier Phumulo Masualle will be forced to work together to avoid a rerun of last year's chaotic elective congress

E Cape ANC warns of ‘crisis’ if top brass is ousted

​The ANC’s NEC has been backed into a corner and forced to endorse last year’s election of Eastern Cape chair Oscar Mabuyane and his team

Mabuyane’s ‘hostile takeover’ train halted in its tracks

​The ANC’s Eastern Cape’s Joe Gqabi region has objected to the PEC's request to reshuffle Premier Phumulo Masualle and members of his Cabinet

No end to the legal challenges

'As with previous similar challenges, the ANC itself supported those who opposed the application'

Gwede Mantashe says ANC elective conference won’t be affected by court battles

Mantashe says the party would deal with anything that threatened to stand in the way of its ability to successfully hold its conference.

All eyes on ANC branch nominations

Crunch meetings this weekend will give a clearer indication of how the leadership cards are stacked

ANC’s  ‘chief disrupter’ unbowed

Andile Lungisa fears for his life after the chaotic Eastern Cape party election, but won’t back down

Chairs to you, new regional chair

'The position as regional ANC chairperson, full-time and of the top variety, requires a killer instinct and a taste for blood'

Eastern Cape ANC reveals preferred candidates for top six

The ANC in the Eastern Cape is consolidating its list of its preferred top six leaders ahead of the party’s conference in December

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