Matuma Letsoalo is a senior politics reporter at the Mail & Guardian. He joined the newspaper in 2003, focussing on politics and labour, and collaborated with the M&G's centre for investigations, amaBhungane, from time to time. In 2011, Matuma won the South African Journalist of the Year Award and was also the winner in the investigative journalism category in the same year. In 2004, he won the CNN African Journalist of the Year prize – the MKO Abiola Print Journalism Award. Matuma was also a joint category winner of the Mondi Shanduka SA Story of the year Award in 2008. In 2013, he was a finalist for Wits University's Taco Kuiper Award.
The ANC says state-owned enterprises are making negative headlines in the news every day and a new task team will get to the bottom of these problems.
Disgruntled union leaders are working to form a new federation after the expulsion of Numsa, Cosatu's largest affiliate.
The biggest losers in the Cosatu-Numsa battle seem to be the ANC, SACP and Cosatu – and the real price is set to come in the 2016 municipal elections.
Dudu Myeni has defied an order from Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown, which will test her pull with the president.
The party is struggling to make ends meet after Parliament reduced its funding by R20-million following election losses.
SAA chief executive Mnwabisi Kalawe has been locked out of his office for the past two days as tensions reach boiling point.
The EFF has won SRC elections at Limpopo's Turfloop campus, beating the ANC-led Progressive Youth Alliance by an overwhelming majority.
Jacqueline Phooko, the office worker with whom Zwelinzima Vavi had "brief intercourse", is suing Vavi, Cosatu and Numsa for damaging her reputation.
The hot-potato issue of the unpopular gantries is due to be raised at the ANC's Gauteng conference in Pretoria.
President Jacob Zuma has appealed to leaders within the alliance to put their differences aside to ensure it continues to be a leader in society.