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Arthur Zwane has resigned as SG of the uMkhonto Wesizwe Party (MK Party)

Zuko Komisa Image | @joy_zelda /X Arthur Zwane has resigned as SG of the uMkhonto Wesizwe Party (MK Party). Arthur Zwane has resigned from his position as secretary-general of the MK Party, effective immediately, citing workload constraints. He took up the role a month ago. He stated that while he wouldn't be able to help the party full-time, he would be available. Dr. Sifiso Maseko has been named the new […]



58 MK Party members to be sworn in on Tuesday in Parliament

Zuko Komisa The 58 MK Party members scheduled to take the oath of office on Tuesday have been confirmed by Parliament. Parliament states that this is being done in accordance with the Constitution, which requires MPs to swear allegiance to the Republic and the Constitution before they can start carrying out their duties.According to Parliament, the MK Party sent it 21 supplementation names of members of parliament. The MK Party […]


Point Of View

MK files an urgent application with the ConCourt to halt the first sitting of parliament

Zuko Komisa Image | @EmacousPhotography_24 MK files an urgent application with the ConCourt to halt the first sitting of parliament. The Constitutional Court has received urgent filings from the uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party, requesting an injunction against the National Assembly's first session, scheduled for this Friday in Cape Town.The first sitting must occur within 14 days of the election results being announced, at a time and date decided by the […]


MK Party boycotting


MK Party boycotting first sitting of National Assembly

By: Natasha Archary The uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party will be boycotting the first sitting of the National Assembly as confirmed by the legal notice issued to the Chief Justice and Secretary to Parliament. All 58 MK Party nominees will boycott and not attend the scheduled first sitting of Parliament which is set to take place in the next 9-days days or so. MK Patry has decided to interdict the convening […]


MK concerned about brutal murders


MK concerned about brutal murders of its members

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock The uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party is concerned about the brutal murders of its members after another party member was brutally membered over the weekend. This comes after two MK Party members were shot and killed in Katlehong on Sunday, 26 May after an altercation with members of the African National Congress (ANC). In the recent incident, an MK Party member was killed in […]


IEC decision on Zuma


MK Party not responding to invite regarding coalition talks

By: Natasha Archary Image: Dudu Zuma-Sambudla on X The African National Congress (ANC) says the uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party is not responding to their invite regarding coalition talks. In a media briefing at Luthuli House in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 05 June, ANC Spokesperson Mahlengi Bhenku said the MK Party remains mum despite the ANC reaching out to them on more than one occasion. Efforts to finalize co-government meetings to iron […]



“Don’t start trouble when there is no trouble” – Zuma warns the IEC not to declare the election result

Zuko Komisa Image | @DZumaSambudla Jacob Zuma, the former president, has maintained that Sunday's announcement of the general election results for 2024 should not be made official. In the midst of ongoing conflicts and calls for a comprehensive audit of the voting process, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) affirmed it would disclose the final results as scheduled, despite problems and suspicions of vote manipulation. The MK Party and at least twenty other parties have complained to the IEC. According to Zuma, the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) would be "provoking" his new uMkontho weSizwe Party if it announced the election results. "I fully agree with […]



1 million mark reached by MK Party at 61,16% votes counted

Zuko Komisa 1 million mark was reached by the MK Party at 61,16% of votes counted. The early triumph of the uMkhonto weSizwe Party under former President Jacob Zuma has led to protest votes from disgruntled South Africans against the African National Congress (ANC).The MK Party is currently in third place nationally with 11,66% of the votes, having surpassed the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) as the national votes were announced. […]



MK Party leads Kwa-Zulu Natal as the first batch of votes trickle in

Zuko Komisa Image: Dudu Zuma-Sambudla on X New party on the black Mkhonto weSizwe is in the lead as the first results from the national and provincial elections begin to come in. Tens of thousands of South Africans went to the polls with some polling stations voting throughout the night. The party which was launched in December last year is enjoying surprising support. The MK Party is currently at 38,36% […]



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