Mantashe bemoans tarnishing effect of corruption on ANC
In his organisational report at the ANC NGC Gwede Mantashe was severely critical of those who have brought the credibility of the party into question.
Zuma blames factionalism for ANC membership decline
The ruling party has lost almost a quarter of its membership and President Jacob Zuma has placed the blame firmly on a "new form of gatekeeping".
Spotlight on social grants: How the system works
This first instalment, part of a five-part series by GroundUp, looks at the basic details and procedures of social grants.
Your business is in danger if you don't donate to the ANC – Zuma
President Jacob Zuma's message is simple: Your company would be wise to invest in the ANC – blank cheques are preferable.
Fire still burns in old Protea warhorses
Albie Morkel has come back from cricketing purgatory to turn in a match-winning display.
Africa's old men's club out of touch with continent's suave, burgeoning youth
Why is Africa so saddled with ageing presidents when the continent desperately needs young, agile and innovative leaders equal to its challenges?
World Cup 2015: 'Don't compare me to Lomu' says a modest Habana
Boks' winger Bryan Habana laughed off comparisons to the Kiwi great, Jonah Lomu, despite matching his World Cup record of 15 tries.
Facebook row: US data storage leaves users open to surveillance, court rules
EU court ruling that privacy is being compromised could force many digital companies to relocate operations.
Millions of the world’s poorest saved by Nobel winners
Three researchers have been awarded the Nobel prize for medicine for their contributions towards drugs that are expected to save millions.
Nigeria: Former oil minister Alison-Madueke arrested on graft allegations
Nigeria has confirmed the arrest in London of former oil minister Diezani Alison-Madueke on suspicion of bribery and money laundering.