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The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa has said it will no longer back the ruling African National Congress, starting with elections next year...Jim also advocated the resignation of President Jacob Zuma (pictured above), who faced boos
President Jacob Zuma, they said, would be deployed to poor and working-class areas. Predictably, this did not go down well with the Luthuli House barons and Zuma's acolytes in the province as the implication was that the president would put off
The ANC in Gauteng have run ahead of themselves by revealing that former president Thabo Mbeki would be roped in to lure middle-class voters ahead of next year's general elections, the ANC said on Sunday. "The statement by Gauteng is just unfortunate.
The ANC has turned to former president Thabo Mbeki for help in their bid to hold on to power in Gauteng in next year's elections. According to the Sunday Times , the ruling party has approached Mbeki, who has not been active in party politics since
This month marks one of the most troubling anniversaries of South Africa's post-apartheid history. On the 21st of September, five years ago, Thabo Mbeki was forced to resign as President of South Africa, a mere nine months before his second term of
Former co-operative governance and traditional affairs minister Richard Baloyi resigned as an MP shortly after his axing, Parliament said on Friday. "He gave us notice that he's resigning as a member of the National Assembly, effective 10 July,"
Topics A boy walks past election campaign posters in Harare July 17, 2013. With a big vested interest in the stability of Zimbabwe, South Africa is keen that next week's election in its northern neighbor should fairly reflect the people's wishes,
A fierce succession battle is raging in the ANC, pitting President Jacob Zuma and the party's deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa's supporters against each other. According to the Sunday Independent newspaper, the battle is over the number two position
South Africa's deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe has warned that his ruling ANC party risks losing power if it fails to remain relevant to the people, the Financial Times reported Monday. "If it does not pay attention to the importance of being
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe. (Gallo) Our Coverage More Coverage "The first thing that we need to eliminate is the acts of violence, intimidation and lawlessness. Once you have that situation time and energies are focused on the wrong things