Modernising mass parties: The challenge for the ANC. Social democratic politics and policies in developing countries: The case of the Workers' Party in Brazil. Information technology and the transformation of the Chinese Communist Party. Factional management: From national liberation to governance in the ANC and INC. Persistent single party dominance: The case of UMNO in Malaysia. Back from the dead? Party organisation and electoral comeback in Mexico's PRI. Hard habit to break? The organisational learning of the Kuomintang in a democratic Taiwan. Party reform and civil service strengthening in South Africa: Deployment in the ANC. Party-to-party relations: The Chinese Communist Party & the ANC. Cooption as a mechanism of survival for the ANC. Reforming the ANC. Electoral policy shifts in the ANC: Community participation, representivity, and local government elections. Towards a new ANC: Political incumbency and the ANC's new wave of renewal and transformation. Renewing the vanguard: Transformation, mobilisation and nostalgia.
Anthony Butler is Professor of Political Studies at the University of Cape Town. He has been a fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and director of the politics and administration programme at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is the author of Cyril Ramaphosa (Jacana and James Currey), and editor of Paying for Politics (Jacana, 2010) and writes a regular column for Business Day (Johannesburg).