Campaigning in the Eastern Cape, President Jacob Zuma said not voting for the ANC is like committing a crime, or choosing the devil over God.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane told supporters that the ANC has turned Tshwane into a war zone with its internal squabbles.
SA taxpayers have footed the bill of almost R10m for President Jacob Zuma’s legal fees and exorbitant legal counsel, the DA said.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has accused Jacob Zuma of betraying the legacy of Nelson Mandela by calling on people to vote according to racial lines.
Afrikaaners want the heritage of all South Africans to be respected by displaying both the old and new street names, the FF+ said.
MEC Mlibo Qoboshiyane told the ANC's Siyanqoba rally there was no way the DA's Athol Trollip would run the hotly-contested metro.
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Black Solidarity Action protested outside the public protector’s offices in Cape Town, claiming that the watchdog does not “care about black pain”.
Eskom has warned political parties of the danger associated with placing campaign posters on electricity poles and mini-substations.
Despite arriving late, President Jacob Zuma received a terrific welcome from ANC supporters at Dan Qeqe Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay.
ANC supporters flocking to the Dan Qeqe Stadium for the party’s provincial Siyanqoba rally are in a jovial mood despite the rainy weather.
Trade union Solidarity is confident that four of its members dismissed by the SABC will return to work as soon as next week.
Humphrey Mmemezi has invoked Mandela's name in a last ditch effort to stave off the ANC's election campaign disaster in parts of Rustenburg.
Nelson Mandela Bay DA mayoral candidate Athol Trollip broke down and cried while addressing allegations that he abused several former farm workers.
Residents of Bonteheuwel in Cape Town have threatened to spoil their votes in protest against crime and poor service delivery.