Education must be used as an instrument to reverse the damage of apartheid, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday.
South Africans resent black success, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said today.
Like never before, the seats in our national parliament and other provincial legislatures have recently become seats of political squirming. Doubtless, this has, in part, been occasioned by the arrival of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).
President Jacob Zuma bears no responsibility for overspending at his Nkandla home, ANC MPs said today as they continued Parliament’s consideration of the matter.
UNITY among opposition political parties in parliament is worrying the ANC leadership in the Eastern Cape.
EFF leader Julius Malema has called on parliament to recommend that President Jacob Zuma be charged with corruption.
The ANC in the Eastern Cape has admitted its rival, the Democratic Alliance, is making inroads into rural areas, the party’s historical stronghold.
“IZINTO zizoshintsha!” proclaimed a beaming Jacob Zuma. He had just taken the oath for a second presidential term and was addressing an equally excited crowd gathered on the cheap seats. Unlike the measured and dry speech he had delivered earlier to the respectable audience, he was now forthright, promising drastic changes.