Agang founder Dr Mamphela Ramphele has been accused of having “stolen” the idea for her citizens’ movement from former unionist James Motlatsi and retired mining boss Bobby Godsell.
Carien du Plessis
Two Cosatu-affiliated unions are planning to call a mock referendum for the scrapping of the willing buyer, willing seller provision of the property clause in the Constitution.
Former president Nelson Mandela’s condition improved this morning following “a difficult few days”, President Jacob Zuma has said.
Seven of the provinces and a number of regions are without ANC Youth League (ANCYL) leaders after the organisation’s national task team wielded the knife over the weekend.
The Independent Electoral Commission’s machinery has not yet kicked into gear, but political parties are already in campaign mode for next year’s general election, set to take place in May.
Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has challenged anyone with evidence of wrongdoing against him to “bring it on”.
ANC Women’s League president Angie Motshekga has dismissed as “nonsense” the gender excuse used by a female MEC in Mpumalanga for not intervening in the deaths of initiates in that province.
Trailing in a whiff of jet fuel, curry and confetti, Elections Campaign 2014 has arrived at our doorstep about a year before we go to the polls.
Carien du Plessis speaks to a Verwoerd who is still swimming upstream.
The saga around the landing of a private plane carrying wedding guests of the Gupta family has “pulled the ANC closer together”, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has said.
City Press political reporter Carien du Plessis identifies the remaining questions following a briefing on government’s week-long investigation into Guptagate:
Not sure what to make of government’s briefing on the Guptagate investigation? City Press political reporter Carien du Plessis breaks it down for you:
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