The gradual weakening of the Gauteng ANC began years ago, after the departure of experienced leaders
If unions secure deals that cannot withstand scrutiny, what is the point in holding union membership?
SA received a spine-chilling reminder this week of the extent of the destruction wreaked by former president Jacob Zuma
Public-sector unionists say there is little which is ‘attractive’ about the ANC that they can sell to their members
The polls will be a key measure of sentiment. Voters have shown they are no longer satisfied merely with struggle credentials
The company has yet to come clean about the full extent of former managing partner Vittorio Massone’s machinations in the state capture project
Ramaphosa is either eating the corruption elephant one bite at a time, or he is kicking the can down the road
Mboweni placed unions in an awkward position by prematurely going public
Tito Mboweni’s taking to social media to vent must be an irritation to some in the Union Buildings, as it exposes the shortcomings in Ramaphosa’s administration
Zuma was always going to be a lose-lose for the commission — he was never going to try to address the evidence
Magashule does not hold as much sway as he would like. The problem is, neither does Ramaphosa
The party firmly entrenched itself as a party for minorities — a reset of sorts, as it moved to re-establish lost ties with its base
A string of simple local by-elections has SA political parties anxious
The ANC’s 2005 NGC was a turning point in Zuma’s favour ahead of his ascent to the presidency, but Magashule will need a miracle if he thinks the upcoming ...
Proposal to increase the government grant to political parties in order to sidestep potential influence from dodgy donors is a good one on the surface, but the ...
Cosatu is clearly turning up the heat on its ally, after backing Ramaphosa’s reform ticket at the ANC’s elective conference at Nasrec
The deputy chief justice, though he may come across as mild-mannered, is unlikely to fold — he is a man of steely resolve with an acute sense of justice
The KPMG report was a key enabler of the capture at Sars and the destruction following Moyane’s appointment
It almost feels like we are back in the Jacob Zuma era, when arrogance in the face of wrongdoing was par for the course for the governing party, and no ...