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ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has downplayed the problems besieging the governing party.
DA leader Helen Zille joined Lindiwe Maizibuko and Patricia Kopane during an election rally in Seeisoville outside Kroonstad in the Free State.
Municipalities run by the ANC did not deliver basic services to people, the DA's Lindiwe Mazibuko has said.
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The African National Congress is on course to win nearly a two-thirds majority in May 7 elections, a poll showed.
"I am here to support the couple in their fight to make the herb legal so that we don't have to run around being afraid..."
Fifty years ago on Sunday, Nelson Mandela stood in the dock during the Rivonia Trial.
Cope has called on President Jacob Zuma to listen to religious leaders calling for him to come clean on the Nkandla saga.
Former president FW de Klerk speaks about democracy in SA, the country's role in the continent and its future challenges.
Apostle Simon Mokoena's church served as a platform for parties to win over congregants with almost religious zeal.
Agang SA has disputed poll results indicating negligible support.
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) has accepted that it is likely to be expelled from Cosatu.
Answers were needed regarding the withdrawal of charges against suspended police intelligence boss Richard Mdluli, the DA said.
The DA said that it would be approaching the Public Protector to probe the SA Security Agency's security spending.
African National Congress deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has down-played problems that have engulfed the party.
The country’s top public servants in national departments have been granted salary increases, taking the bulk of pay for accounting officers in government to above R240 million a year.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is taking on the Tshwane municipality over R3 million payment.
As political parties ratchet up their election rhetoric, supporters of DA leader Helen Zille have taken to Twitter to liken ANC politicians to the Nazis.
The Democratic Alliance is set to take the ANC and the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) to court.
The legacy of President Jacob Zuma is contingent on how he deals with the issue of upgrades to his Nkandla homestead.
Death threats and intimidation are some of the reasons behind why multimillions have been spent for security protection services for top personnel at the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa).
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