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4 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
1974 - Former U.S. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew is disbarred by the Maryland Court of Appeals, effectively preventing him from practicing law anywhere in the United States.
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12 hrs ago | News24
Hammanskraal - The African National Congress can be defeated, Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele said on Thursday.
12 hrs ago | Newsday
In his short but stellar political career, South Africa's Julius Malema - the firebrand leader of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters party - has rarely been away from the limelight.
16 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
An EFF-led government in Gauteng will launch its own provincial land audit and report to residents within 100 days on past failures, the party's candidate for premier Dali Mpofu said on Thursday.
President of the Cope Youth Movement, Abel Rangata, and three other Cope members have resigned from the party to join the ANC, Rangata said in a statement on Wednesday.
President Jacob Zuma thanked the Afrikaner community for believing in a democratic and equal South Africa, at an ANC manifesto dinner in Pretoria on Wednesday.
Two African National Congress members have been killed in the run up to the May 7 elections, the party said on Wednesday.
The Electoral Court will hear argument on Friday in an appeal against a ruling that a DA sms about President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead was fair comment.
The Western Cape public accounts committee has a political agenda and is misusing government structures, former health MEC Pierre Uys said on Wednesday.
When Nkululeko Simelane was born on April 27, 1994, her parents did not have to think twice about her name.
A police officer tries to control ANC supporters as they attempt to confront members of the opposition Democratic Alliance party marching in central Johannesburg, February 2014.
The ANC nominated seven MPs to Parliament on Tuesday for an ad hoc committee to consider President Jacob Zuma 's submissions on the public protector's report on his Nkandla home.
The Electoral Commission of SA is expected to release the final lists of parties and candidates contesting the elections on Tuesday.
South African politicians seized the opportunity availed by the Easter holidays to visit churches and encourage citizens to vote in May elections, an appeal that comes days after two former ruling party figures launched a campaign urging voters to spoil their ballots.
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