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13 May 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s African National Congress has won a sixth-straight election victory, but with its lowest share of the vote since the end of Apartheid. Ramaphosa now faces the tasks of reviving South Africa’s flagging economy and fighting corruption.
10 May 2019
The rand is trading mixed today as the ruling African National Congress looks on track for a convincing win in national elections. According to a projection, the ANC is set to win over 55% of the vote. This would mean a substantial reduction from the last national contest in 2014.
8 May 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa is hoping that his African National Congress (ANC) keep their comfortable majority in the parliament. The party has won a majority in every election since the end of apartheid in 1994.
4 May 2019
Struggling farmer Meshack Ncongwane was a life-long supporter of South Africa's governing African National Congress (ANC), but he says the party won't have his vote in a May national election.
13 Apr 2019
After years of unfulfilled promises, South African shack-dweller Johanna Ditsela is disillusioned with the ruling African National Congress (ANC) and may not vote in next month's national election.
13 Feb 2018
It's a watershed moment for South Africa and the party of Nelson Mandela. The leadership of the African National Congress is expected to force out Jacob Zuma. Will the president go quietly? Can he negotiate a deal in the face of long-looming corruption allegations?
13 Feb 2018
A senior source in South Africa's African National Congress party says its executive committee decided to "recall," or remove, President Jacob Zuma as head of state.
8 Jan 2017
Africa’s oldest liberation movement, South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC), is 105 years old. The ruling party is plagued by allegations of corruption and infighting.

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