Cosatu hails ANC manifesto as a silver bullet

The labour federation describes the manifesto as solution to address socioeconomic crises

Jacob Zuma makes homophobic remarks at MK rally

Former president has again criticised same-sex relationships

WATCH: Unpacking the ANC’s election action plan

Business Day TV spoke to Alan Mukoki, CEO of the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry

WATCH: ANC’s 30-year reign: hits and misses

Business Day TV speaks to political analyst Asanda Ngoasheng

WATCH: What is in the ANC’s 2024 election manifesto?

Business Day TV spoke to Business Day's political editor, Hajra Omarjee

Asset managers to dig in heels as spectre of prescribed assets returns

ANC plans to introduce legislation to compel pension fund managers to invest in government stock

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Campaigns in full swing after proclamation of election date

IEC will reach out to the party liaison committee to finalise an election timetable

ANC concedes cadre deployment weak and subject to abuse

Party's secretary-general however says the policy should not be discarded

WATCH: The politics of budget 2024

Business Day TV speaks to political analysts Ongama Mtimka, Susan Booysen and Daniel Silke

Countdown begins to SA’s pivotal 2024 election

President announces May 29 election date and encourages all eligible voters ‘to fully participate’

Ruling looms on constitutionality of ANC’s cadre deployment

The high court in Pretoria will hand down a judgment on whether the policy is lawful and constitutional

DA opposed to plugging budget holes with Reserve Bank reserves

The maintenance of monetary stability and investor confidence is more important than short-term gains

ANC hands over cadre deployment records to DA

The move follows a three-year legal battle to avoid disclosing internal party records

WATCH: Business community reacts to DA manifesto

Business Day TV speaks to Business Unity SA CEO Cas Coovadia

WATCH: The relevance of the DA in 2024

Business Day TV speaks to governance expert Sam Koma and professor of political sciences at Unisa, Dirk Kotze