The former president pays tribute to the late Zimbabwean leader in his first address to an ANC event since he was infamously recalled
Hopes for unity are further complicated by divisions in the anti-Magashule branches
The thanks Pravin Gordhan gets for his loyalty is a spit in the face from Zuma, in the form of the fraud charges against him.
NEC insiders claim that President Jacob Zuma is being consulted on ways to bow out gracefully.
Anti-Americanism and Sinophobia are a chimera that our government should help to disabuse our professional protesters of, writes Khadija Magardie.
Mangaung is a distant memory and the heyday of being Zuma’s play thing are gone forever. Enjoy your holiday but don’t forget to write. Life’s a beach, hey KG?
Is a sober look at Cyril Ramaphosa, presumed successor to President Jacob Zuma, finally possible a month after Mangaung?
Did you miss the nitty-gritties of the ANC’s Mangaung conference while you were on holiday? Verashni Pillay tells you what’s worth celebrating.
President Jacob Zuma has said he believes the ANC will get overwhelming support at the 2014 national elections.
Business, unions, public servants — the ANC conference in Mangaung covered all bases, except for the biggie, says Rapule Tabane.
Evidence in court has confirmed how a "SAPS surveillance team" helped stop a right-wing plot allegedly targeting the ANC’s Mangaung conference.
The four men accused of plotting the assassination of President Jacob Zuma at the ANC’s Mangaung conference are expected to reappear in court.
As the dust settles after December’s ANC conference, Not the M&G brings you these exclusive scoops from between the lines next to the buffet table.
According to a forensic psychologist in the prison service, a journey into the mind of a right-wing bomber is "brief".
We have managed to acquire a recording of a speech made by Deputy Commissar for Deputised Commissars of South-Western Free State, made at Mangaung.
Provincial support has been garnered as part of a key strategy to win votes at the crucial conference.
Tokyo Sexwale on Sunday became the first of Mangaung’s walking wounded to pledge his future to the ANC, refusing to give up his government position.
ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has stated that he is somewhat disappointed at the party’s national executive committee elections.
VIDEO M&G’s Rapule Tabane analyses President Zuma’s victory at Mangaung, whether Malema’s political career is over and what it all means for SA going forward.
The ANC Mangaung conference dominated news this week, while the school shooting in the USA has re-ignited debate around gun control. Also, is this the end?
The post-Mangaung era could see the government lose two key leaders: Kgalema Motlanthe and Trevor Manuel.
By going for broke, Kgalema Motlanthe ensured the ANC had to face the scale of its Jacob Zuma problem, writes Nic Dawes.
The Progressive Business Forum marquee at the Mangaung elective conference revealed a mixed bag of companies hoping to cosy up to the ruling party.
There are moves afoot to adopt the national development plan despite Cosatu’s concerns, writes Lisa Steyn.
Jacob Zuma’s new ANC leadership has taken its most decisive move to end uncertainty about economic policy by flatly rejecting nationalisation.
The failed Mangaung coup by Hein Boonzaaier, Johan Prinsloo, Martin Keevy and Mark Trollip has once again raised the spectre of a right-wing attack.
Teacher unions have told the Mail & Guardian they will oppose the return of school inspectors, as proposed by President Jacob Zuma.
The business tent in Mangaung saw a daily influx of powerful business people under its white canvas.
Seemingly out of nowhere, the ANC had social media savvy. The reason was not hard to find, write Verashni Pillay and Mmanaledi Mataboge.
Zuma has demonstrated an incredible skill at defeating his opponents: five years ago at Polokwane and now, at Mangaung.
Shell-shocked by the developments of 2012, ordinary South Africans must now lead, writes Nic Dawes.
The sudden winding up of the ANC’s newly elected deputy president’s businesses to allow him to enter government carries financial risk.