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The Bell Pottinger-linked ‘charity’ advised by ANC bigwigs

The Brazzaville Foundation, which has been accused of laundering the reputation of one of Africa’s most corrupt presidents

‘Ghost’ branches, municipal capture ‘threatens’ ANC in Mpumalanga

​Disaffected Mpumalanga ANC members want the party’s national leadership to dissolve its PEC and call a general council meeting to elect new leaders

Magashule turns on ‘turncoat’ DD

Deputy president David Mabuza will have to defend himself against claims of nepotism in Mpumalanga

‘False affidavit’ spiked Phosa’s case

After claiming that Mpumalanga branch general meetings were fixed, the presidential hopeful had to withdraw his court bid

DD: Tactical genius or Dark Lord?

Critics say he operates in the shadows, but David Mabuza may be the kingmaker at conference time

Ramaphosa extends lead with Limpopo nomination

Limpopo was the second last province to hold its Provincial General Council (PGC) meeting where the nominations from branches were consolidated.

’The old man is desperate now’

Provincial ANC leaders condemn Jacob Zuma’s call for unity just before the conference as ‘fake’ and say it’s ‘too late’ to worry about his legacy

ANC succession battle flounders on home turf

Some presidential hopefuls can’t count on the constituency where they expect most support

Phosa: I am the ANC’s best candidate

As one of the candidates vying for the presidency, the former ANC treasurer general is mostly viewed as an underdog

Stop feeding parastatal pigs – Mathews Phosa

Phosa accused President Jacob Zuma of looking out for his family instead of worrying about the crippling state of the country's economy.

‘Rogue’ ANC MPs top discussions as party presidential hopefuls reach out to branches

​The campaign to become the ANC's next president hit overdrive this weekend.

The ANC’s not-so-secret seven gunning for party leadership

More are openly joining the fray in the race for the party’s leadership, but how do they stack up?

A divided alliance will fail in 2019 elections, Mbete warns

If the alliance could not unite, DA leader Mmusi Maimane could become the country’s next president, she warned.

Mathews Phosa accepts nomination for ANC president

Nominations for ANC president officially opens in June, but several ANC leaders are already campaigning.

Phosa must own up to his role in mess

Human beings are allowed to change their views - but it is crucial to own this evolution. It is important to face up to your past behaviour.

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