The DA says it wishes to obtain access to additional documents and recordings as part of the spy tapes.
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has condemned violent protests at the TUT, after students destroyed and vandalised campus over funding.
Twenty-six South African survivors from the deadly church collapse in Nigeria are back home, officials say.
Aaron Cruden has been suspended for two Rugby Championship matches after going out drinking and missing the New Zealanders' flight to Argentina.
A plane carrying survivors from the church collapse in Nigeria was expected to arrive in South Africa at 7am, but officials say it has been delayed.
Cyril Ramaphosa is set to return to Maseru to encourage a regional mandate to help restore stability to the country following an attempted coup.
The Democratic Alliance has called on the auditor general to probe the City of Tshwane's spending of millions on the now-cancelled music festival.
The ruling party's NEC has requested that Parliament prevents exposing "the head of state to disrespect and intended humiliation".
Two newspapers have been instructed to apologise to former Intelligence Minister Ronnie Kasrils for breaching the Press Code.
The AIDC calls for a probe by SARS and the government into large sums transferred by Lonmin to its subsidiaries.