The African National Congress (ANC) is in mourning after MP Jacqui Mofokeng died suddenly, just a day after her daughter.
“There’s wasteful and fruitless expenditure.”
There is more than a little concern he was moved away from education.
ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe says the party did not even entertain the possibility of a coalition government prior to the elections.
With just 25% of Gauteng road users willing to pay for e-tolls, the ANC are ready to take drastic measures – that’s according to Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga.
Controversial politician Brian Hlongwa has decided to jump, rather than be pushed, from his role as the ANC’s chief whip in Gauteng.
The alleged “study trip” to North Korea is said to have come at the taxpayer’s expense, too. Which is always good to know.
What an incredible move by the Gauteng government.
The ANC says it will terminate e-tolls immediately and repurpose the monolithic gantries to fight Gauteng crime.
The former Health MEC at fault for Life Esidimeni is sticking around.
Makhura and Magashule sang the same tune at the ANC Gauteng conference.
Another frank admission from the ANC.
Cyril Ramaphosa has previously asked Julius Malema to “come home” to the ANC.
Cyril was not playing games…
The Gauteng Education MEC was left shell-shocked when he walked outside his office to find peopling “hanging” a doll of him.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has come up with an idea to deal with all the corrupt officials in South Africa. Even the Guptas…
According to the ruling party’s Gauteng leader, the populist slogan is nothing more than a populist tool and has no place in the organisation.
The Gauteng branch of the ruling party has come out swinging against Jacob Zuma and the effect his ‘leadership’ has had on the ANC.
The ruling party has rejected reports that some of its members walked out on the party’s Gauteng manifesto launch just as Zuma started speaking.