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ANC’s ‘moral crisis’ will foil W Cape hope

Former premier Ebrahim Rasool says voters will abandon the party until corruption is arrested

Search for new ANC leaders in Western Cape a delicate matter

Two weeks ago, the ANC’s national executive committee disbanded the provincial executive committee for, among other reasons, in-fighting

ANC plans to be “damn good opposition” in Western Cape

Despite worst-ever result in the province, the ANC sees a dip in DA support as a sign that it can take municipalities in 2021

W. Cape ANC will use dismal showing to launch 2021 municipal fight back

With more than two-thirds of voting districts declared in the Western Cape, the incumbent DA is holding firm to continue governing the province

DA secret poll counters Ipsos

But the party’s survey suggests it has lost support in the Western Cape

Lennit Max ‘must do the honourable thing and resign as a member’ — DA

​Western Cape DA leader Bonginkosi Madikizela says that Max must resign now that he is a special advisor to Police Minister Bheki Cele

ANC still recognises De Lille as Cape Town mayor

The party wants Patrica de Lille's future as mayor of Cape Town to be decided through the city council

Tainted, but Rasool’s back with a bang

ANC poll czar in the Cape pins his hopes on Ramaphosa’s new dawn and the DA’s infighting

ANC on a De Lille membership: “Never say never”

De Lille is currently facing an internal motion of no confidence from within her own party, the Democratic Alliance

ANC Western Cape brings in Rasool to bolster election campaign

Ebrahim Rasool, a former Western Cape premier, was announced as the party’s provincial elections head on Monday

The Western Cape ANC race is on

Warring factions of the party are hoping to unite the province under Ramaphosa’s presidency

The renaissance of Rasool

Reinvigorated after a spell of the "diplomacy of ubuntu", our man in Washington is coming home.

Fired journalists defied Uhuru company policy

Desmond Sampson has used this right of reply to present his side of the story regarding a story M&G wrote about the "Brown envelope" debacle.

Rasool spreads the word about reconciliation

A practising Muslim, South Africa's ambassador to the United States Ebrahim Rasool has been trying to mend fences between Islam and the West.

‘Brown envelope’ man accused again

Northern Cape locals claim Joe Aranes is sowing discord to benefit his employer.

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