It’s payback time and the ANC’s former secretary general has taken a note out of Banyana Banyana’s game plan
Youth league members prevented the Democratic Alliance from delivering its memorandum to Luthuli House, the ANC’s headquarter
Opportunity for honest, hardworking South Africans to take their pain and frustrations to the seat of the organisation that orchestrated them
Ramokgopa set to stay put following a failed push for the position to be part-time
The provincial administration has, however, struggled to pay staff salaries
Members have accused the ANC’s national working committee of punching above its weight when it dissolved the Mpumalanga provincial executive committee and installed a task team to take the province to its elective conference
Workers want UFI, medical aid and provident fund contributions brought up to date
Labour union Nehawu has taken the ANC to court in a bid to force the party to pay its staff, who have not received their salaries for months.
Paddy Harper isn’t the only one who’s broke: everyone from Zuma to Luthuli House, never mind the chronically unemployed, is feeling the pinch these days
ANC general manager Fébé Potgieter has written to staff appealing to them to be flexible in implementing their go-slow protest to allow them to complete the processes of selecting candidates for elections. Workers embarked on the go-slow last month in protest against late salary payments. ANC staff members in provincial offices and the national headquarters […]
ANC staffers picketed outside Luthuli House on Tuesday after months of problems with salary payments
The new political party funding law brings changes to allocations – and possibly an end to dodgy donors
In a leaked recording ANC treasurer general Paul Mashatile proposes staff cuts
The ANC’s financial crisis has been intensified by President Cyril Ramaphosa refusing to once again bail out the party
The ruling party’s attempt to clean house was prompted by personal protective equipment tender corruption
ANC secretary general Ace Magashule’s chess moves are limited after the Ramaphosa faction dealt him and his allies a heavy blow at this weekend’s NEC
As the national executive committee squabbled over the ‘step aside’ resolution, employees at Luthuli House contemplated strike action
Lulama Ngcukayitobi warns that the RET group is not a faction, suggesting it has ‘grown into a formidable organisation that will contest the ANC’
The former councillor is scheduled to appear before the provincial disciplinary committee on charges of misconduct.
Provincial officials want former president Zuma to be persuaded to appear before the Zondo commission on state capture
The Eastern Cape is the first of the party’s provincial executives to come out against Zuma’s defiance of the Zondo Commission, and is calling for his suspension
Ace Magashule’s move to distance himself from Carl Niehaus signals a rebalancing of influence and authority at the top of the ANC
The MKMVA spokesperson has been asked to give reasons why he should not be fired from his position at Luthuli House after attacking Jesse Duarte last week
Viewing January 8 off the screen instead of from the middle of a stadium should be the way of the future
To all intents and purposes, the ANC is the government. It is South Africa. The policies made at Luthuli House decide where we go. The corollary of this is that anything bad in the ANC quickly poisons our state and its institutions.
The ANC secretary general has not offered to stand aside, despite the recent NEC ruling
Corruption-accused cadres are staying put as provincial rulings contradict NEC’s resolution to clean up the party.
The governing party sends corruption-accused former mayor Zandile Gumede to the KwaZulu-Natal provincial legislature to ‘stabilise the municipality’
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Nasrec promises about accountability need to be effected by the ANC, but the party seems incapable of self-policing
The Free State ANC blames lockdown for no disciplinary action against Nkosinjani Speelman
Welkom mayor Nkosinjani Speelman has allegedly been continuing to perform his duties, despite his ‘suspension’
A flurry of legal cases before the party’s regional and provincial conferences are central to Supra’s fightback