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South African labour unions that helped President Jacob Zuma win control of the ruling ANC a decade ago have turned on him, adding to the tide of opposition to his rule as his term as party leader draws to a close. Zuma, 75, was forced to

South Africa’s ruling party is at risk of further splits amid a battle for senior positions in the ANC, deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte said. There is intense jostling to replace President Jacob Zuma

South Africa has caught the world’s attention with an epic battle between two powerful factions within the governing ANC, which has spilt into government. Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has aptly described this as a government that wages

Splits in South Africa’s ruling party over a police investigation of the finance minister are marking the battle lines for control of the ANC after President Jacob Zuma steps down as its leader next year. The tension within the party

Deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas said he could no longer remain quiet about the Gupta family offering him the top job in the ministry. Jonas on Wednesday confirmed he was offered the job of finance minister before Nhlanhla Nene was removed

What to do about sacked communications minister Dina Pule is being discussed at a “high level” in the ANC, the party’s deputy secretary-general, Jessie Duarte, said on Monday. “It is not being dismissed as casually as it may seem,” Duarte told reporters in Johannesburg