Julius Malema has dismissed Gayton McKenzie's open letter to him, saying comments like the PA leader's "will get worse" as the elections draw closer.
In a complaint to Icasa, the SAPS says the "Ayisafani" advert "would incite violence against the police", according to the authority's spokesperson.
At an undisclosed location, mine representatives will continue to meet with Amcu - whose members downed tools demanding a basic salary of R12 500.
Minister Yunus Carrim says mobile operators should co-operate with Icasa in order to drop communicating costs.
Scopa's chairperson has criticised Marius Fransman and Pierre Uys for walking out of a hearing on the mismanagement of public funds.
Dismissing EFF-DA coalition rumours, EFF leader Julius Malema says the claims are "an attempt to defocus the EFF's objective of taking government".
Following Julius Malema's calls for white people to join the EFF, a party member says Afrikaners are interested in its economic beliefs.
Basic Education for All has asked for a court order to force Limpopo education authorities to deliver all textbooks to the schools by June 6.
Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and three of his co-accused now face a charge for murdering Phumlani Ncube, who was killed in July last year.
The lists of parties and candidates contesting the May 7 national elections is expected to be published on the IEC website.