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South Africa

EFF has condemned Home Affairs minister Leon Schreiber’s extension of the temporary concession for foreign nationals

The EFF has condemned Home Affairs minister Leon Schreiber’s extension of the temporary concession for foreign nationals, who are awaiting the outcome of visa, waiver, and appeal applications. The new expiry date for the concession, which applies only to foreign nationals who have been legally admitted into South Africa, is December 31st. The EFF’s national spokesperson, Leigh-Ann Mathys, says this decision highlights the DA’s inability and lack of commitment to […]

todayJuly 5, 2024 13

South Africa

South African parliament meets as ANC nears coalition deal

        By Julie BOURDIN, with Zama LUTHULI in Johannesburg   South Africa's newly elected parliament met Friday and was expected to re-elect President Cyril Ramaphosa to form an unprecedented coalition government as his humbled ANC raced to cobble together a deal. Chief Justice Raymond Zondo opened the first sitting of South Africa's seventh parliament since the advent of post-apartheid democracy in 1994, swearing in MPs in batches […]

todayJune 14, 2024 21

South Africa

South Africa’s unity government: 5 parties that need to find common ground

      By Joleen Steyn Kotze, University of the Free State     Following South Africa’s historic 2024 general election, the ruling African National Congress (ANC) has started a process to establish a government of national unity. This, after it lost its parliamentary majority. As a political scientist, I believe that five political parties, including those with the highest shares of votes, are key to constituting a unity government. […]

todayJune 11, 2024 11

South Africa

South Africa’s election results present 3 options for government: all are fraught with danger

        By Philippe Burger, University of the Free State     South Africans do not have a deep culture of coalitions. There have been a few coalitions at provincial and municipal levels but most of these were quite unstable. The outcome of the 2024 national election up-ended 30 years of electoral dominance by the African National Congress. The party garnered only 40.18% of the vote while the […]

todayJune 6, 2024 7

South Africa

South African voters shifted support in 2024 but that’s nothing new – surveys after previous elections showed party loyalty was fluid

      By Carin Runciman, The University of Edinburgh and Marcel Paret, University of Utah   To the casual observer, the outcome of South Africa’s 2024 national and provincial elections, which herald a new era of national coalition governance, may appear to represent new electoral trends. But that is not the case. While the shift in voting patterns is certainly the largest the country has seen since democratic elections […]

todayJune 6, 2024 11


Ova pombada mongudu yoANC onghee veli mee nghundafana nee ngudu di kwao oku tala ko mafaneko epangelo lo pamuhanga

Ova nambelewa vo pombada me wiliko lo ngudu yo ANC mo  South Africa,  okwa lo potwa va hovela nee nghundafana dili pamwe no va wiliki vee ngudu 5 do pa politika moshilongo,  oku tala kee nghendabala okwee tapo  epangelo lo pamuhanga. Nande ongaho oshikundaneki sho Africa news,  oshati ongudu yo ANC oyati fiyo opapa ka pena etokolo lasha la ningwapo. South Africa  ota ku lopotwa ataalela onghalo yo ku kwa […]

todayJune 6, 2024 8 1 2

South Africa

Uncertain times for South Africa’s foreign policy as country heads for coalition government

        By Bhaso Ndzendze, University of Johannesburg     After South Africa’s 29 May election, the African National Congress has lost the electoral majority it held for 30 years, but remains the party with the highest number of seats in parliament. This makes it a key partner in the formation of a coalition government. For 30 years the ANC had a comfortable majority which allowed it to […]

todayJune 3, 2024 18


The ANC remains in the lead nationally at 41.92-percent

With just over 57-percent of the votes counted, the ANC remains in the lead nationally at 41.92-percent. The DA is currently second at 23.34-percent and the MK Party at 11.31-percent. In Gauteng, the ANC leads with 33.57-percent followed by the DA at 29.31-percent and the EFF at 12.55-percent. In the hotly contested KwaZulu-Natal, MK is at 43.95-percent, the ANC second with 18.98-percent and the IFP at 15.42-percent. In the Western […]

todayMay 31, 2024 16

South Africa

S.Africa set for political shake-up after historic vote

        By Umberto BACCHI Johannesburg, May 31, 2024 (AFP) - South Africa's ruling ANC was on track to score its worst electoral result ever on Friday, with early tallies showing voters deserted the party in droves, ending its 30-year political dominance. If the African National Congress (ANC) is confirmed as dropping below 50 percent of the vote, it would force the party to seek coalition partners to […]

todayMay 31, 2024 7