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  • Unrest: Open revolt erupted in the Economic Freedom Fighters’ national people’s assembly as at least two popular leaders declined nominations for leadership positions.Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Mlungisi Louw/Foto24  

  • Trouble in the ANC: As the ANC prepares for its midterm conference, Rapule Tabane asks who will be Number 1. Click on the pic to read more. Picture: Felix Dlangamandla

  • Lessons: We all have our bit to do to live up to our founding father’s ideal. We share some lessons from Madiba’s archives. Click on the pic to read more. Picture: Theana Calitz-Nelson Mandela Foundation

  • Funny business: #Trending goes behind the scenes of the country’s top comedy show, Late Night News. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Leon Sadiki/City Press

  • Addicted to gold: Chad le Clos, SA’s golden boy, tells Daniel Mothowagae why complacency isn’t allowed in his camp - no matter how many gold medals he’s winning. Click on the pic for more. Picture: Francois Nel/Getty Images

  • Think your job’s difficult? Zinhle Mapumulo spends time with the “power couple” - the two people who must prevent a total blackout or get sued. Click on the pic for the full story Picture: Alon Skuy / Gallo Images

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The ANC is unfazed with rhetoric and rudderless organisations that are formed by angry people unfortunately in pursuit of their selfish agenda.
ANC spokesperson Zizi Kodwa on the Economic Freedom Fighters