The twenty-fourth school in Limpopo has been damaged by arson, and teachers are too scared to report for duty at several of the affected centres.
The SACP and Cosatu have expressed serious concerns over the processes followed by the ANC in recalling premier Senzo Mchunu.
The presidency has revealed that Jacob Zuma has applied for leave to appeal the court ruling that 783 corruption charges against him be reinstated.
Management remains committed to honouring the payouts in the wake of the accident but says what is owed to miners must be settled first.
The logic behind the head of the prosecuting authority’s decisions to go to court over charges against the president is confusing, if not alarming.
The prosecuting authority’s decision to appeal the order to effectively reinstate charges against Zuma has left legal and political observers baffled.
KZN Premier Senzo Mchunu has resigned after being asked to do so by provincial and national ANC structures.
We round up quotes that show how President Zuma differs with other ANC members on key issues: state capture, cabinet appointments and SAA.
Following Justice Dikgang Mosenke's retirement, Bess Nkabinde has been appointed as acting chief justice.
National director of public prosecutions Shaun Abrahams insists that no charges of espionage against the finance minister are being investigated.
President Jacob Zuma faces serious corruption charges relating to the arms deal but has protested his innocence. Here's how the saga has unfolded.
Shaun Abrahams has announced that the NPA will seek leave to appeal the court ruling that charges must be reinstated against President Jacob Zuma.
The National Prosecuting Authority is expected to confirm whether or not it will reinstate charges of fraud, corruption and racketeering against Zuma.
'Hands off' was the message sent loud and clearly by pro-Zuma supporters who crashed a government event at the Kruger National Park.
This series of articles looks at the dedicated volunteers who take the message of their political parties to the people. This week: the EFF.
'Mother of EFF' accuses parliamentary security guards of continuous sexual harassment.
A large section of the electorate feels handouts are tantamount to vote buying – except for the perception that the practice is not that effective.
A cheap and quick system for testing how fresh beer is could give people a tool to test how fresh all their food is.
The ANC intends to speed up its land redistribution programme ahead of local government elections, sparking fears from economists and farming groups.