Politics

Now he is Axed Magashule

Through a suspension letter dated 3 May, signed by his deputy Jessie Duarte, ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule is suspended with pay and barred from making any public statements.

Showdown in the battle for the soul of the ANC

Ace Magashule and his allies will go to this weekend’s NEC meeting ready for a war.

Lucky Montana drops the ANC in KAK

Former Prasa CEO Lucky Montana has derailed any attempts by President Cyril Ramaphosa to make the ANC look innocent.

The Zulu nation pleads for peace

Eighty-year-old Mlindelwa Mtshali, who lives near King Zwelithini’s palace in Nongoma, may be echoing the nation’s sentiments when he calls for the Royal House to end the fighting.

Magashule gets a stay of execution for a week

ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has dodged the party’s step aside bullet - for now - but his excitement could be short-lived.

Supra not going down without a fight

Supra Mahumapelo is certainly not going down without a fight - but will his last-ditch bid to overturn the suspension succeed?

ANC councillor, wounded by a barrage of bullets, drives himself to clinic

After a gunman pumped three bullets into him and left him for dead, ANC ward councillor Zenzele Xhinela managed to drive himself to hospital and has lived to tell the tale.

Ramaphosa says ANC has put state capture behind it

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s testimony at the state capture commission was less exciting than the usual drama that has unfolded before Judge Raymond Zondo.

DA is now the Disappearing Alliance

The DA is walking from one crisis to the next in the Western Cape after prominent black leaders resigned from their party positions on Wednesday.

Ace makes light of axe about to fall

Has Ace Magashule started clearing his desk in preparation of vacating Luthuli House on Friday?

Myeni’s family calls on SA government to ramp up pressure on US over killing

Lindani Myeni’s family has called on the South African government to put pressure on the United States government over his killing by cops in Hawaii earlier this month.

Guptas to pay for their crimes – just not in South Africa

As former president Jacob Zuma runs out of rich friends to finance his lavish lifestyle or pay top lawyers to represent him in court, the Guptas have been slapped with sanctions in the United Kingdom.

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