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South Africa is unlikely to adopt policies needed to drive growth, investment and job creation for at least several years because of infighting in the governing ANC, according to one of the country’s leading research institutions. The party

As the battle to succeed President Jacob Zuma as leader of the ANC grows increasingly fractious, party treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize is emerging as a possible compromise choice to keep the continent’s oldest

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has an edge in the race to become the next leader of the ANC, according to a survey of analysts. Sixteen of 26 analysts canvassed by Bloomberg named Ramaphosa as the front-runner to take over

The high court has overturned the election of ANC leaders allied to President Jacob Zuma in KwaZulu-Natal province, a decision that could sway the outcome of the race to become leader of the party and the nation. The decisions

Anyone who believes there’s a quick fix for South Africa’s political and financial malaise when President Jacob Zuma leaves office needs to think again. His successor will inherit an economy that slid into recession

It’s payback time for President Jacob Zuma as his ruling ANC censures its lawmakers who openly backed a move to oust him, increasing his sway over who’ll succeed him. The ANC fired Makhosi Khoza as chairwoman of

The International Monetary Fund just pointed out that “South Africa’s vulnerabilities have become more pronounced”. That’s one way of putting it. A potentially prosperous and dynamic economy is on the fast track to

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