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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa beat Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma in a gripping battle for control of the ruling party, putting him on track to become the nation’s next leader. Ramaphosa, 65, won 52% of vote to 48% for Dlamini-Zuma, 68, the tightest

Almost a quarter of a century after Nelson Mandela led the ANC to power at the end of apartheid and the world heralded the birth of the “rainbow nation”, South Africa stands at a crossroads. As delegates of the ANC meet this weekend

As delegates from the ANC gather this week to pick a new leader to succeed President Jacob Zuma, they face a challenge that’s threatening to overshadow the contest: to stop the party from splitting. The likelihood of a break-up is

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa won endorsement from most ANC branches to succeed President Jacob Zuma as ruling party leader, giving him an edge – but not a guarantee of victory – in this month’s election. Ramaphosa was nominated

An acrimonious battle for control of the ANC has paralysed several government departments, as ruling party leaders focus on electioneering and officials delay taking decisions until they learn who their new political masters will

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is leading in the race to become the next leader of the ANC with less than four weeks before the party’s elective conference, according to more than a dozen people familiar with the internal voting process

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said the governing ANC must restore investor confidence and avoid populist policies in order to revive the struggling economy. Bold, decisive action is needed to change South Africa’s growth trajectory

South Africa needs to do what other nations do during times of economic weakness and come up with a recovery plan that grabs the imagination of investors and its people, deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said in

Finance minister Malusi Gigaba faces a gaping budget hole — and will have to consider cutting spending, raising taxes and selling state assets if he wants to avoid further ratings downgrades. The economy he oversees is hampered by