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‘Stand aside’ rule fails the Ace test

The ANC has stalled on setting ground rules for cleanout of comrades accused of corruption

ANC move to ‘stand aside’ is falling flat

Corruption-accused cadres are staying put as provincial rulings contradict NEC’s resolution to clean up the party.

Why the ANC clean-up is dragging on

The outcome of the ANC’s NEC meeting was clear: ask party members who are facing or who have been convicted of criminal charges to step aside. But as Paddy Harper and Lester Kiewit report, the ANC cannot act against those who have not been criminally charged — until then, any ‘reputationally toxic’ members can stay

ANC says it will retain KZN

ANC provinces led by two sides of the factional divide face acute challenges to retain control in the 2019 general election

Asset Forfeiture Unit seizes Mabuyakhulu assets over jazz festival graft probe

The KwaZulu-Natal deputy chairperson allegedly received payment for an event which did not take place

Mabuyakhulu only played a ‘peripheral role’ in R28m case — new lawyer

Mike Mabuyakhulu and seven others, appeared in the Durban Commercial Crimes Court on 77 charges, including money laundering and corruption

ANC KZN leader Mike Mabuyakhulu and co-accused in court over festival corruption

The charges emanate from R28-milion paid for a North Sea Jazz Festival that was supposed to take place in Durban in 2012

ANC moves to prevent election killings

The party is focussing on cementing stability and unity within its branches

ANC KZN conference marred by member’s fatal shooting

eThekwini ANC Youth League regional secretary Thinta Cibane confirmed that Bongani “Usher” Mkhize was gunned down by two men at his home in Umlazi

Mabuyakhulu ‘unity’ slate emerges victorious at ANC KZN conference

The 'status quo' faction suffered a total whitewash in the three top five positions, the result of which was announced after midday

ANC KZN conference: Zikalala elected unopposed

Sihle Zikalala was the only candidate nominated for the post by delegates of the conference

New challenge to KZN elective conference

Three members of the provincial task team appointed to run the conference have confirmed the bid to halt the meeting

ANC KZN kicks off provincial land summit

Provincial leaders say the summit will deal with how to implement the ANC’s resolutions on land expropriation without compensation

The comrades want … and want

The canned KwaZulu-Natal conference exposes a uniquely ANC attitude to enmity

ANC may crack the whip on disgruntled KZN members

In an effort to get the KwaZulu-Natal conference back on track, the provincial task team is returning to the courts to speed up the legal proceedings

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