The case against Julius Malema may have been struck off the roll, but the charges remain unanswered.
The EFF is determined that, during Thursday’s National Assembly, the president will say when he plans to pay back the Nkandla overspend.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela said her office has been the target of unprecedented, spiteful attacks since she released her report on Nkandla.
The trial of Julius Malema has been adjourned in the Polokwane High Court for the judge to hear an application for a separation of trials.
The DA said it would take steps to have National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega dishonourably discharged from the SA Police Service.
The fraud trial of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema and his co-accused is expected to start in Polokwane on Monday.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela is expected to correct "misstatements and distortions" about her Nkandla report at a briefing on Monday.
A campaign by opposition parties to call public protector Thuli Madonsela to appear before the Nkandla ad hoc committee has failed yet again.
The Special Investigating Unit's bid to recover misspent cash at Nkandla might yet snare the president.
A Port Elizabeth school is livid with its absent principal, who is well enough to punt a new union but is yet to show up at school.
Necsa board members are trying to fire the CEO, but the energy minister is insisting that he stay on.
Anoj Singh is expected to perform miracles at the power utility, but his alleged role during a billion-rand Transnet deal may give pause for thought.
Homix says its CEO Ashok Narayan had attempted to convince investigators that it had provided Neotel with services commensurate with charges.
There's an echo of apartheid evictions in moving destitute Capetonians to far-flung areas. This is the story of a relocation camp and its inhabitants.
NEWSFLASH: Neotel confirms CEO and CFO have taken special leave pending an investigation of suspected commission payments in Transnet contracts.
An ex-police agent who masqueraded as a student activist has dished the dirt, but it isn't very dirty.
Economic Freedom Fighter MP Emanuel Mtileni says the pic on social media was of him napping during a lunch hour in Burgersfort and not in Parliament.
The ruling party has admitted it failed to follow its own advice – but now there's a real sense of urgency as people's patience wears thin.
MPs who refuse an order by a presiding officer to leave the chamber will find themselves hauled off the Parliamentary precinct.