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Will KZN leaders call Zuma out?

Rumblings of a rebellion against Jacob Zuma by a KwaZulu-Natal faction - the president's strongest base - have unsettled the ANC.

Waging war on Mandela the saint

For the black youngsters of the 1990s, it was Madiba's role as the head of MK that gave him the respect he needed to bring peaceful reconciliation.

The real test still awaits Ramaphosa

Even if Cyril Ramaphosa emerges unscathed from Marikana he still has to win over Jacob Zuma's supporters in the ANC, writes Rapule Tabane.

Zuma may not be schooled, but he’s no fool

The president has mastered the art of quietly surprising those who snipe at his lack of education.

Mokonyane: Zuma is the face of the ANC everywhere

Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane has criticised the ANC in Gauteng for revealing that Thabo Mbeki will be part of the party's election campaign.

Zuma savours victory, but still has mountain to climb

Zuma has demonstrated an incredible skill at defeating his opponents: five years ago at Polokwane and now, at Mangaung.

Manuel, Motlanthe and other party seniors eye future without ANC

The post-Mangaung era could see the government lose two key leaders: Kgalema Motlanthe and Trevor Manuel.

Confident Zuma wins the day

The ANC president worked the crowd with his singing and entered the conference like a popular boxer on the first day of the electoral conference.

Motlanthe’s last stand could leave him in limbo

On speculation that he would be nominated as president or deputy, Motlanthe has said such talk was 'coffee-house bubbles not worthy of response'.

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