EFF national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has challenged the youth to emulate the 1976 generation in confronting their challenges.
NEC member Fikile Xasa launched a scathing attack on the Gupta family for interfering in SA's affairs, as well as ANC leaders who turned a blind eye.
The ANC on course to lose the next election because voters are realising that the party is unable to self-correct, DA leader Mmusi Maimane said.
ANC KZN chairman Sihle Zikalala has lashed out at “forces who share a common short goal which is to remove President Jacob Zuma and ANC”.
The African National Congress in Gauteng has banned the use of the words “white monopoly capital”, deemed a populist term to earn political mileage.
S'dumo Dlamini has denied reports that Cosatu plans to embark on a national shutdown aimed at compelling President Jacob Zuma to step down.
On a visit to Pastor Paseka Mboro's church axed SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng urged people to pray that he one day becomes president of South Africa.
The EFF has threatened to report the Guptas and top government officials to SA's intelligence head over claims the family spied on Julius Malema.
DRC nationals protesting in Pretoria vowed they would not leave until they delivered their message to President Joseph Kabila.
Josephine Naicker is taking on Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande over investigative reports on alleged corruption at the institution.
President Jacob Zuma paid a "Siyahlola presidential monitoring visit" to Lusikisiki on Saturday, the presidency said in a statement.
Parliament has become the latest battleground between President Jacob Zuma's supporters and his detractors.
ANC MP Pule Mabe isn’t going down without a fight after he was fined 15 days of his salary and reprimanded for flouting the members’ code of conduct.
Cosatu boss Solly Phetoe says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is the only person who can save the African National Congress and restore its dignity.
The Rustenburg municipality has denied that mayor Mpho Khunou disrespected the NUM Youth Structure by failing to be present ...
Zweli Mkhize has disciplined a MKVA leader who called on young black people to undergo military training as “white people are busy training in farms”.