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Delaying congress could further ‘demoralise’ Western Cape ANC

Postponing elections for the Western Cape's ANC leadership could dampen efforts to revive the party's fortunes in the province, says an expert.

Thin blue line between democracy and tyranny – opposition MPs

Opposition parties have expressed outrage at the use of police forces in Parliament and fear that someone will be killed if nothing is done about it.

Zuma’s first question session for 2015 to be ‘robust’

Analysts feel that President Jacob Zuma may once again duck the main issues, but know what they think he should say.

Ramaphosa refuses to answer questions on signal jamming

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa refused to answer questions in Parliament about the security measures used during the State of the Nation Address.

Concern over legal loophole for child pornographers

Proposed amendments to the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Act have raised the ire of Christian-based organisations.

United Front demand a people’s budget

The group handed over a nine-page memorandum demanding a people's budget, decided by the people to end gender-based violence and load-shedding.

Sona 2015: Just another day at the office for DA

DA MPs refuse to participate in the State of the Nation Address red carpet festivities saying today is about the real issues SA faces.

DA delivers ‘real state of the nation’

Opposition leaders led supporters to the gates of Parliament where they presented a scathing attack on the efficiency and progress of the ANC.

Unhappy EFF ‘defenders’ want Malema axed

A disaffected group of Economic Freedom Fighters says the leadership is failing the party and it won’t allow the commander-in-chief to ‘kill’ it.

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