Conflict between the Zuma and Ramaphosa factions is turning ANC policy into a political football.
South African President Jacob Zuma has for the eighth time survived a vote of no confidence in his leadership. What next for the divided nation?
Brian Molefe leaves South Africa’s power utility Eskom just days after rejoining the state-owned company.
Black South Africans are on the whole still far behind whites in education, income and employment, according to an Institute of Race Relations report.
South Africa ranks in the top 10 most unequal countries in the world.
South Africa’s struggling economy continues to attract the attention of ratings agencies, but the president’s position looks strong for now.
President Jacob Zuma was elected chairman of the African National Congress in 2007 with marginalised South Africans hoping for change. This is how we reported his victory.
State capture report calls for judicial inquiry into alleged Zuma-Gupta conflicts of interest.
As Pravin Gordhan faces fraud charges, African Business investigates whether the South African economy can survive the infighting within the ruling African National Congress (ANC).
In the battleground cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria, the ruling party is struggling to maintain its popularity in the face of a resurgent DA.