Lawyers for Human Rights has warned that the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) election campaign based on illegal migration could spark a new wave of xenophobic tensions in the country after the DA revealed its election strategy.
The EFF and its firebrand leader have big plans for the party which includes securing at least nine million votes in the 2019 general election. Malema wants at least a million votes in each of the nine provinces.
The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) has conducted a poll which reveals that the Economic Freedom Fighters led by the firebrand Julius Malema is on course to double the amounts of votes it receives in the 2019 general election.
SAFA president Danny Jordaan is one step closer to fulfilling his long-held dream of sitting at the powerful FIFA council. The vacancy at what is effectively FIFA’s cabinet arose due to the resignation of Ghana’s Kwesi Nyantakyi.
Athol Trollip was ousted as the mayor of the metro during a controversial no-confidence vote on Monday. The DA moved swiftly in its condemnation of the vote and said it would challenge the results which it said were unlawful.
The DA's Athol Trollip has been ousted as the mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay in a controversial motion of no confidence. Jonathan Lawack was removed as council speaker during an earlier vote which caused the DA to leave the meeting.
Ever since the birth of eTolls, South African hated it. People saw it as another way of being taken advantage of by the government. The ANC recently said they will be scrapping eTolls and South Africans responded with scepticism.
The African National Congress (ANC) in Gauteng has called for special early elections to be held in the cities of Johannesburg and Tshwane. The ANC said theses metros had become dysfunctional under the DA-led coalition.
The City of Johannesburg faces a roads crisis, this according to the JRA which revealed that only 6% of bridges within the metro were considered to be in a good condition. The JRA said that around 700 bridges needed urgent repairs
The DA has selected Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga as its premier candidate in Gauteng for the upcoming 2019 general elections. Msimanga is proud and honoured to be chosen for this role. The DA has full confidence in Msimanga.
Andile Mngxitama, leader of the pan-Africanist and revolutionary socialist political party Black First Land First , made some very impressive promises on social media to lure South Africans into voting for his party.
Former ANC national spokesperson, Zizi Kodwa had something to say about MDC leader Nelson Chamisa and Zimbabweans were not impressed. They reacted to his message and told him to 'fix the ANC before worrying about their elections.
With Zimbabwe's ruling party, ZANU-PF, claiming about 109 seats in the nation's parliamentary polls against 41 for the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), there is hope for victory for President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Opposition parties in Zimbabwe have been warned by the government not to release election results before the official announcement was made. The government said doing so constituted a serious violation of the law.
The ANC is looking towards China for more than just investments. The ruling party had confirmed that a large delegation of its members would receive election strategy and propaganda training from the Chinese Communist Party.
Nelson Chamisa might only be 40-years-old but he is one of the front-runners to win the Zimbabwean presidential election which is currently taking place. Chamisa just barely meets the minimum age become president.
The ANC Gauteng Provincial Conference has elected new leadership to take the province into the crucial 2019 general election. More than 1244 delegates cast their votes for the provincial top five over the weekend.
Zimbabweans will head to the polls on 30 July to elect a president. The election will be the first time Robert Mugabe is not a candidate for president. His absence has motivated a record 23 candidates to take part in the election.
The ANC's head of elections Fikile Mbalula has thrown his support behind former president Jacob Zuma and said the former number one would continue to campaign for the ANC and would remain active within the party.
The African National Congress (ANC) has appointed convicted fraudster Tony Yengeni as the chairperson of its crime and corruption working group at the party’s election manifesto workshop which is taking place in Pretoria.
The African National Congress’ (ANC) national leaders are doing everything in their power to unite party members ahead of the 2019 general election, this is according to the ANC’s secretary general Ace Magashule.
The African National Congress (ANC) remains in a state of chaos in KwaZulu-Natal, this comes after the party’s Moses Mabhida regional conference to elect new regional leaders was abandoned before it even began on Sunday.