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ANC’s rogue deployees revealed

Despite 6 300 ANC cadres working in government, the party’s integrity committee has done little to deal with its accused members

Gumede gone, for real this time, ANC confirms

Luthuli House confirms removal of controversial Durban mayor

Western Cape ANC opposition effort starts with internal spat

After its worst-ever result in the province, the ANC in the province has struggled to bring together competing factions and create a cohesive party

Court rules North West PEC must be reinstated

The high court found that the consultative process in the lead-up to the disbandment of the PEC in 2018 was not compliant with the ANC’s procedures

Mahlangu and Hlongwa to remain members of ANC Gauteng PEC

​Embattled ANC Gauteng leaders Qedani Mahlangu and Brian Hlongwa are to remain members of the party's PEC, the ANC in the province said

Hlongwa, Mahlangu remain on high-level ANC body despite ban on public office

Read the ANC Gauteng executive committee statement on embattled former health MECs Brian Hlongwa and Qedani Mahlangu as well as former Emfuleni mayor.

ANC NEC reaches compromise on Free State

Disgruntled Free State ANC members had served the party with legal papers, threatening to again approach the courts to nullify the conference

‘If the ANC fails to lead us, we will opt for legal action’

Eastern Cape ANC members are hoping that the high court will compel the NEC to implement the recommendations made by the Ndebele report

ANC turns down list of Supra acolytes for premier post

Supra Mahumapelo was forced to resign last month after a protracted battle with the ANC leadership

Hope for thaw in KZN ANC cold war

It’s chilly in Durbs but this weekend’s provincial conference may prove even frostier

‘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

Ramaphosa faces internal revolt

Factions line up over the proposal to delay a number of regional and provincial conferences

Mabuyane’s ‘hostile takeover’ train halted in its tracks

​The ANC’s Eastern Cape’s Joe Gqabi region has objected to the PEC's request to reshuffle Premier Phumulo Masualle and members of his Cabinet

KwaZulu-Natal ANC factions are ready for battle

“We aren’t too concerned about names. The NEC will ensure that sober people are appointed.”

NEC decision on 68 excluded delegates crucial for provinces

Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal branches are in wait-and-see mode but are ready to go to court

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