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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa used his strongest words yet to slam deepening corruption and the undue influence of private business interests over government institutions, known as “state

The ANC will come up with a comprehensive policy package to simultaneously boost growth, address racial inequality and tackle a 28% unemployment rate, a top party official said. The ANC is looking at “how you get growth, how you

Infighting and scandal are threatening the stranglehold the ANC has held on power since the end of apartheid. The parlous state of Africa’s oldest political movement, once revered for its role in ending white-minority rule

The ANC gathers this week to review and revamp its policies at a meeting that will be overshadowed by a power struggle to succeed President Jacob Zuma as leader of the ruling party. Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

Disgraced former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng wants to be president of South Africa. According to various media reports on Monday, Motsoeneng, who was dismissed from the

The battle to replace South African President Jacob Zuma as the leader of the ANC in December is taking place at one of the most difficult junctures in the 105-year-old party’s history. It’s plagued by infighting and suffered its

President Jacob Zuma’s public approval rating has reached an all-time low and most members of his ruling ANC want him to resign, according to an opinion poll released two days after he survived a second bid to oust him

After months of attacks by opposition parties, labour unions and the courts, President Jacob Zuma now appears to be on a collision course with a more dangerous adversary: his own ruling ANC. ANC secretary-general

Cyril Ramaphosa’s campaign to become South Africa’s next president has gone into overdrive. After months of playing coy about his aspirations to become the next leader of the ANC, the deputy president has started