This first instalment, part of a five-part series by GroundUp, looks at the basic details and procedures of social grants.
Reasons for dropping charges against Durban businessman reveal faulty law and logic.
Dikgang Moseneke gave the latest Judicial Service Commission interviews an air of sensitivity and grace.
Paralympian Oscar Pistorius's stalled release appears to have shut the doors for many offenders in a similar situation.
The fact that MTN has chosen to locate its shared services in Dubai highlights the difficulties revenue authorities have in taxing multinationals
A dirty fight over R4-billion held in the name of the chemical union has sucked in Cosatu leaders.
The young leadership of the ANC and the South African Communist Party are at each other's throats – and it's a battle quite likely to end in tears.
During Cyril Ramaphosa's tenure as chair of the board the company moved billions of rands earned in Africa to offshore tax havens.
Despite Gwede Mantashe's call for members to desist from leadership debates, the women's league has made their stance known loud and clear.
A heated exchange between candidate Shyam Gyanda and JSC commissioner Julius Malema explored the touchy issue of ethnicity, race and Africanness.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has dismissed the SABC COO's bid against suspension and has upheld Thuli Madonsela's recommendations.
Without respect for the rule of law, the public protector's office cannot be a meaningful buffer between government and the people, says Madonsela.
About 1000 Jeppestown residents are homeless after being evicted and their building burned down - and authorities have still not come to their aid.
Thousands marched in support of Cosatu's call for a nationwide strike, delivering demands for jobs, e-toll scrapping, a wealth tax and minimum wage.
The ruling party will be launching an app dedicated to covering its upcoming National General Council.
R is for Respect refers to controversy over The Spear, another painting depicting the president’s genitalia, which led to 2012 protests.
Cosatu is set to stage marches in all nine provinces in protest of issues plaguing the working class, such as e-tolls, job losses and higher taxes.
Almost 2 000 students, workers and staff gathered to protest Wits University's "exploitative" practice of outsourcing support workers.
Contrary to past statements, the new ANCYL leader will not be resigning from his MEC position and, therefore, will not relinquish his R1.6m salary.