PA leader Gayton McKenzie said his party won the coveted Ward 7 in Johannesburg because voters “rejected nonsense” from the DA and ActionSA
The Patriotic Alliance leader has claimed that he is behind Eldorado Park gangster Jermaine Prim’s move to Kgosi Mampuru maximum security prison
The broken Zimbabwe economy and political system are too much of a push factor for xenophobia and Aaron Motsoaledi to stop people seeking refuge in Mzansi
The ANC has reportedly received assurances from smaller parties about continuing existing coalitions, but its top leaders are hesitant to work with Julius Malema
Victims of extortion and intimidation at building project sites in Eldorado Park speak up in an exclusive Mail & Guardian investigation
Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie offered independent candidates cash to campaign ahead of the August 3 elections – but only if they go PA.
The drama being played out in the Economic Freedom Fighters has all the characters and ingredients for a smash-hit television series.
After a strict selection process, amaBhungane reveals the rogues of 2014.
We take a look at a few of the harsh remarks Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie dished out to Julius Malema in his open letter.
Julius Malema has dismissed Gayton McKenzie’s open letter to him, saying comments like the PA leader’s "will get worse" as the elections draw closer.
You get two kinds of politicians: those who come from prison and those who must go to prison. Julius Malema belongs to the latter, says the PA leader.
The ANC breathed a sigh of relief when the youth league cleared its 2008 conference debt of more than R15m. Then another creditor came knocking.
Millions have gone to Gayton McKenzie’s associates in a deal with Gold Fields – raising questions about the company’s knowledge of the agreement.
The Patriotic Alliance was launched in Paarl this weekend "to capture political power so we can transform the lives of our people".
Notorious former convicts Kenny Kunene and Gayton McKenzie are being investigated for their role in the defrauding of Sowetans in a mining deal.
Kenny Kunene and Gayton McKenzie are not co-owners or directors of Central Rand Gold but own "an insignificant holding", the embattled company says.