timeslive.co.za

ANC congratulates IEC for 'upholding integrity' of elections

The African National Congress has congratulated the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) for conducting the 2019 general elections “in a manner ...

- timeslive.co.za | 4 months ago

South Africa counts votes as ANC looks to retain power

Ramaphosa is trying to arrest a slide in support for the ANC, which has won every parliamentary vote since the end of apartheid in 1994 but whose ...

- timeslive.co.za | 4 months ago

reuters.com

South Africa counts votes as Ramaphosa's ANC looks to retain power

... first barometer of national sentiment since President Cyril Ramaphosa replaced scandal-plagued Jacob Zuma as head of state in February 2018.

- reuters.com | 4 months ago

npr.org

South Africans Vote As Mandela's Ruling Party Strives To Retain Power

His party, the African National Congress, is expected to retain a majority but its margin for victory and sway on South Africa's provinces remain to be ...

- npr.org | 4 months ago

barrons.com

Ramaphosa Poised to Win Presidency in South Africa

But two results can be safely predicted: Cyril Ramaphosa will win a full five-year term as president after his African National Congress receives a ...

- barrons.com | 4 months ago

Stain of corruption runs deep in list of ANC's election candidates

One of the most toxic names on the list is Ace Magashule, the party's secretary general, who has been accused of secretly plotting Mr Ramaphosa's ...

- thetimes.co.uk | 4 months ago

Cyril Ramaphosa admits to corruption failure in South African polling day plea

President Ramaphosa of South Africa made a last desperate effort to persuade voters that a victory for his tainted party in the general election would ...

- thetimes.co.uk | 4 months ago

Stain of corruption runs deep in list of ANC's election candidates

Its upper ranks are filled with cronies of the disgraced former president Jacob Zuma, who have themselves been accused of perjury, corruption and ...

- thetimes.co.uk | 4 months ago

enca.com

ANC lead as first results trickle in

JOHANNESBURG - The IEC announced at the National Results Operations Centre (ROC) that the ANC had taken the early lead. The first results were ...

- enca.com | 4 months ago

dailymaverick.co.za

Alexandra and Sandton go to the polls: Neighbours hoping for change

EFF leader Julius Malema chimed in during a rally at Alexandra Stadium, alleging that the ANC's former Gauteng premier, Paul Mashatile, and the ...

- dailymaverick.co.za | 4 months ago

ewn.co.za

Forum 4 Service Delivery: Why did IEC chair accompany Ramaphosa to vote?

“We're unhappy because President Cyril Ramaphosa who is the president of the country is campaigning as the president of the ANC. So, how does a ...

- ewn.co.za | 4 months ago

timeslive.co.za

Woman who died at voting station was staunch ANC supporter, says councillor

The woman who died at a voting station in Vanderbijlpark on Wednesday has been identified as 79-year-old Susan Mohanoua Matona. She was ...

- timeslive.co.za | 4 months ago

thegardenisland.com

South Africa votes with corruption, jobs as big issues

President Cyril Ramaphosa, who leads the ANC, has campaigned on promises to clean up his party, an acknowledgment of the problems that forced ...

- thegardenisland.com | 4 months ago

npr.org

South Africans Head To Polls

South Africans voted Wednesday in an election viewed as a referendum on the African National Congress. It's been in charge since the end of ...

- npr.org | 4 months ago

Star power: President Ramaphosa urges AKA, DJ Zinhle & DJ Tira to 'vote right'

Demi Buzo | ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa encouraged South Africans to vote on election day, even live-calling artists such as rapper AKA, DJ ...

- ewn.co.za | 4 months ago

ewn.co.za

'Unfavourable polls helped us improve campaign' - ANC Gauteng confident of win

JOHANNESBURG - African National Congress (ANC) Gauteng secretary Jacob Khawe expressed confidence that his party would retain the province.

- ewn.co.za | 4 months ago

Russia planned to influence South African elections in favour of the ruling ANC, report suggests

There is no evidence to suggest that Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa's president and the leader of the ANC, was aware of the plans or whether they ...

- telegraph.co.uk | 4 months ago

aljazeera.com

South Africa elections: Polls close after national vote

Pre-vote polls predicted that the ANC will win between 55 and 62 percent of the vote, while the centrist Democratic Alliance (DA) was predicted to get ...

- aljazeera.com | 4 months ago