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Two vie for DA federal chair

With nominations opening this month, the contest for the Democratic Alliance’s second-in-command is heating up

Hawks raid Bobani’s office, seize wife’s laptop

Bobani's lawyer, Danie Gouws, confirmed the Hawks raided his client's office at the City Hall in Port Elizabeth and his residence

Bid to have motion of no confidence brought against Bobani fails

The ACDP's Lance Grootboom and Cope councillor Siyasanga Sijadu had submitted a motion of exigency for the removal of Bobani

Nqaba Bhanga announced as DA Eastern Cape premier candidate

Bhanga has been announced as one of the party’s premier candidates but he faces many challenges in this hotly contested province

DA to launch urgent court bid to challenge Trollip removal

The party believes the Municipal Structures Act was violated when Trollip was ousted

UDM confirms fresh bid to oust NMB mayor Athol Trollip

The DA’s control of the Nelson Mandela Bay metro may be over next week after a fallout between mayor Athol Trollip and PA councillor Marlon Daniels

EFF withdraws motion of no confidence against Athol Trollip

The EFF says it has made the decision on the grounds that it could bring the motion back again at another time.

EFF and DA to host opposing rallies in PE ahead of motion of no confidence in Trollip

Malema has said that the EFF would ensure Trollip's removal to teach the DA a lesson for their stance on land expropriation without compensation

ANC, EFF determined to loot Nelson Mandela Bay― Maimane

'What is happening here in Nelson Mandela Bay can only be compared to witchcraft', says DA leader Mmusi Maimane

After opposing land expropriation, things could fall apart for the DA

With various crises and a revived ANC, the blue brigade is facing a testing time ahead of 2019

ANC’s inner war gives minnows a shot at power

The ANC is divided and the opposition parties are learning the art of compromise the hard way

Deputy mayor ousting leaves Mandela Bay coalition shaky

The coalition government in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro is on shaky ground following the dismissal of Deputy Mayor Bobani

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Land reform still a hot potato

The land has got to belong to all the people of South Africa, and many believe that there’s no other mechanism for that except expropriation