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President Zuma faced humiliation when EFF protesters stood holding placards referring to his rape accuser at the IEC announcements ceremony.
Not all of the blame can be laid at President Zuma's door, but in some areas his malign influence can be clearly discerned, writes Craig Dodds.
With the dust settling on the local government elections, a clearer picture is emerging of what could happen in municipalities with hung councils.
President Zuma's future as leader of the ANC is set to be challenged from within as the fallout over the elections ripples through the party.
Arsonists set six classrooms alight in what is believed to be a politically-related incident at Mareetsane Village in the North West province
Many homeless people say they won't vote because it will mean they are accepting the appalling conditions in which they live
The man who offered to foot part of President Zuma's multimillion-rand Nkandla bill says he is doing it to relieve him of stress.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has made his final pitch to shift the electoral ground from under the ANC by claiming the legacy of its most cherished leader.
For the first time, the ANC is not setting the agenda for the elections, but is mostly reacting to opposition messages.
The faces of no fewer than three prominent figures - turncoats from the ANC, Cope and the EFF - have found pride of place on DA posters.
The National Freedom Party is making another attempt to persuade the Electoral Court to set aside its disqualification from ...
The national leadership of the ANC Youth League is gunning for the provincial chairman, Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha.
Former Apla commander Kenny Motsamai has spent 27 years in jail for the murder of a white North West traffic officer, and he is still not free.
The DA, a serious threat to the ANC in Nelson Mandela Bay, was President Zuma's prime target in Port Elizabeth.