The government denies the Mail & Guardian's findings of bartering by Minister Radebe, but editor Angela Quintal underlines that the paper has proof.
The EFF said it would go to court over the suspension of 12 of its MPs from Parliament after they chanted "pay back the money" to Zuma over Nkandla.
The government has denied an M&G report suggesting Jeff Radebe may have promised weapons to Nigeria in return for the repatriation of the bodies.
Sanele Goodness May pleaded guilty to: culpable homicide, fraud, entering SA illegally, being in possession of fake licences and two other charges.
EFF MPs have been suspended from Parliament without pay for disrupting proceedings when they shouted "pay back the money" at the president.
Steve Hofmeyr's defence argued that not only was the singer defamed by comedian Conrad Koch, but that blacks were not offended by his tweet.
Power provider Eskom has asked its staff to consider voluntary retrenchment packages, and employees are to decide on participation before February.
SAA acting chief executive says his colleagues at Mango Airlines and SAA knew he did not have a degree and they supported him.
Presidency spokesperson Mac Maharaj says President Jacob Zuma is only required to answer questions by invitation, once per quarter.
State prosecutor Adrian Mopp says were it not for the killing of Anni Dewani, the organisation of the entire plot by the hitmen would be "comical".