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Covid-19 surges in the Eastern Cape

With people queuing for services, no water, lax enforcement of mask rules and plenty of partying, the virus is flourishing once again, and a quarter of the growth is in the Eastern Cape

Dispute over the occupation of RDP houses

Those involved in the distribution of government houses in Gauteng fear for their lives

Quo vadis? End of the ANC as we know it

The party must decide if politicised uncertainty and institutionalised ambiguity will be its end

Sanco denounces police action

Sanco deputy president wants Ipid to investigate an attempt to arrest him and the organisation’s president on the eve of its elective conference

Sanco officials won’t go quietly

The civic organisation is battling to rid itself of Jacob Zuma’s allies in the post-Nasrec era

Sanco divided ahead of poll

The suspension of an official and accusations of corruption have racked the civic body

A bunny can’t stand up to Sanco

It was meant to keep the ANC honest but has become another victim of Zuma’s toxic legacy

Sanco KZN rejects suspension of secretary

Sanco’s provincial leadership has rejected the suspension of its secretary, Richard Mkhungo, by its national leadership

ANC has a responsibility to build the unity of the alliance

Unity cannot and should not be equated to the absence of differences within the structures of the organisation

Sanco honcho and Zuma sponsor given the boot

The treasurer of the South African National Civic Organisation has been kicked out by Sanco’s leadership.

Bus strike set to intensify ― unions

'The bus strike is continuing, we are intensifying the action,' Satawu spokesperson Zanele Sabela said

Sanco calls on government to break bus strike deadlock

The bus strike, which started on Wednesday, has left thousands stranded and minibus taxis strained as they try to cater for the increased travel load

Zuma: Conference must decide the tripartite alliance’s future

The ANC entered into an alliance with the SACP, Cosatu and Sanco in 1993, and has won elections with the three bodies campaigning for them since.

Mkhize works at being No 1

The ANC treasurer general is being punted as a unifying ‘third way’, which is gaining traction in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape

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.

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