Ahead of former president Nelson Mandela's state funeral in Qunu next Sunday, SA has begun its preparation to welcome international leaders.
Addressing economic equality legislation, Helen Zille has spoken out against coercive equity quotas, which she says the DA shouldn't support.
The National Assembly has referred the Protection of State Information Bill back to the ad hoc committee because of procedural failures.
The Electoral Amendment Bill, which gives expatriates the right to vote for the National Assembly, has been approved by all parties except the DA.
Political parties have gone head-to-head over the Electoral Amendment Bill, which could see provincial votes being cast by South Africans abroad.
Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has unveiled a 12-year strategy for the troubled SAA, focused on consolidating routes and updating fleets.
The review of state-owned entities moots the possibility of collapsing non-viable parastatals but skirts the vexed issue of privatisation.
Goodluck Jonathan has said it is imperative that Africa's two biggest economies work together to boost the regional economy and combat corruption.
The African Union needs a stronger military capacity to respond to instability, notably in central Africa, President Jacob Zuma has said.
The South Human Rights Commission has been criticised by MPs over its finding on the killing of Free State protester Andries Tatane.