Trade union federation president S'dumo Dlamini says Cosatu is going through a difficult period as the battle over Zwelinzima Vavi continues.
More than 800 of Cope's Mbhazima Shilowa's supporters will join the United Democratic Movement, its leader Bantu Holomisa has announced.
DA leader Helen Zille will lead her party members in a march for "real jobs" but will not be allowed to go directly to Luthuli House.
The sequestration of Julius Malema's estate will be to the advantage of his creditors, the high court in Pretoria has ruled.
Police say they are prepared for the trial of murder-accused Paralympian Oscar Pistorius, which is set to begin next month.
Following the leaking of a document about Numsa's decision to leave Cosatu, Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim says the option is being discussed.
South Africa has adopted a neo-liberal approach that is not going to get the country anywhere, says advocate Dali Mpofu.
Speaking at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says South Africans are lacking in hope and optimism for the country.
Students have responded with mixed reactions to an address by EFF leader Julius Malema at the Vaal University of Technology.
President Jacob Zuma has welcomed French President François Hollande, saying his visit will increase trade between the two countries.