2019 South African General Election Latest News
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says that state funding for elections will help curb corruption when private individuals provide income for politicians.
Luthuli House is in deep financial trouble it seems, with a car rental firm taking the ruling party to court after they failed to foot the bill for nearly 600 rentals.
The ATM party is seeking to recover R22 million in damages they claim arose from allegations that Ace Magashule and Jacob Zuma had founded the opposition party.
National Freedom Party head Zanele kaMagwaza-Msibi has resigned from Parliament to focus on rebuilding the party, which lost more than half its seats during the elections.
The Democratic Alliance is reviewing party policy relating to social media, saying that they had suffered at the polls due to members who misbehaved. The opposition party seeks to have this policy implemented in Parliament.
EFF leader Julius Malema says that the minds of South Africans who vote for the ANC have been "arrested". He made the comments while speaking at a Youth Day event at Fort Hare University.