The public protector has said that it is now up to Parliament to evaluate the president's response to "Secure in Comfort" - her report on Nkandla.
The battle to ensure the separation of the Hawks from the police, in a case stemming from 2008, continues in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday.
IFP MP Mario Oriani-Ambrosini 'decided to end his suffering' after battling stage four lung cancer for over a year, his family said in a statement.
Africa's football confederation has disqualified Rwanda from the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers for fielding "ineligible" striker Dady Birori.
An SAHRC report says that poor research capacity, delays, incomplete surveys and problems calculating land value are some of the problems faced.
Anti-apartheid campaigner and retired bishop David Russell has died of cancer aged 75. He fought against forced removals and for same-sex marriage.
President Jacob Zuma's lengthy fight to block the release of the so-called 'spy tapes' suggests a cover-up, says opposition leader Helen Zille.
ANC and NW government officials were conspicuously absent at a rally to commemorate slain miners on the second anniversary of the Marikana massacre.
President Jacob Zuma included recommendations that Cabinet review its policy on presidential security and clearly define parameters for spending.
President Jacob Zuma and the DA have agreed to allow a third party to judge which documents formed part of Zuma's confidential representations.