ANC liable for over R100-million for 2019 elections’ banners

Nine judges in three courts have now ruled that Ezulweni Investments had a binding contract with the ANC


Law | 24 November 2023

Court invalidates ANC conference and election

What happens next is up to the party


Law | 13 September 2017

ANC stalwarts critique of current leadership: the full text

“The leadership of the ANC … has failed the people of South Africa”


News | 16 December 2016

ANC protests against itself

Pro- and anti-Zuma factions face off at Luthuli House


Photo Essay | 5 September 2016

“Zuma Legacy must fall” says KZN ANC protester

Disgruntled residents protest against new councillors at inauguration


News | 22 August 2016

ANC members tell Kgalema Motlanthe: Remove corrupt councillors

Meeting on new legislation turns into complaint session about local government


News | 18 August 2016

ANC and the subversion of democracy: history repeats itself

There's nothing new in the imposition of candidates against the will of the majority


Opinion | 25 June 2016

ANC members fear one another after Pietermaritzburg murders

“Political killings have become a habit,” says party member


News | 23 June 2016

“Mobilise for a week of outrage” against Gupta crisis

Here is what social movement leaders are saying about the ANC NEC meeting, President Zuma and the Gupta family


News | 23 March 2016

“Zuma must disclose all Gupta deals and then go”

And other views from the street


News | 17 March 2016

Sanco and ANC members clash following house demolitions

Shops closed in protest and ward councillor's house set alight


News | 22 February 2016

Will North West premier depose tainted tribal leader?

Or do too many politicians have a vested interest in his continued reign?


Analysis | 25 January 2016

Satire and the spear

First we had the Spear, a painting by Brett Murray. Now we have the Dick, a cartoon by Jonathan — Zapiro — Shapiro. And this satire of a genital nature has, in both cases, caused the same polarised reaction: support or amused indifference on one side; expressions of outrage on the other.

Terry Bell

Opinion | 18 July 2012