A team of observers from the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa have arrived in SA ahead of next week’s elections.
Changing a vote or vote swinging is not a common response from voters at this stage in South Africa, an HSRC survey has found.
UDM president General Bantu Holomisa has launched a scathing attack on President Zuma, saying SA could no longer afford to be ruled by a “thief”.
The DA has challenged President Zuma to make a public commitment that he would pay his R7.8m Nkandla bill out of his own pocket.
Politicians were “unsurprisingly” more enthusiastic about politics and the elections than the voters, a survey has revealed.
On the eve of the reburial of MK guerrilla, Norman “Billy Holiday” Pietersen, some of his former comrades are hoping to reopen his murder case.
The ANC has confirmed that its Western Cape leader Marius Fransman has abandoned his court case against the party.
Kenny Kunene sparked a social media frenzy after posting a picture of himself posing with a painting of nude DA leaders.
A debate between the Minister of Higher Education and students at Nelson Mandela University ended on a sour note.
“The ancestors are turning their backs against you if you leave the ANC and you will have bad luck,” President Zuma told an election rally near Brits.
The Madibeng Business Forum has vowed to help President Jacob Zuma pay back R7.8 million he owes for upgrades to his Nkandla residence.
African National Congress chairman in the Western Cape, Marius Fransman, has abandoned his court bid to get his job back.
ANC Youth League members say they will not back down on their fight for the mayoral candidacy of the mineral rich Tubatse Municipality.
EFF leader Julius Malema promised decent houses and title deeds should his party ascend to power in Cullinan, east of Tshwane.
The African National Congress and the Democratic Alliance took aim at each other in KwaZulu-Natal during their election campaigning.