Critical decisions are on hold as top bosses battle it out and other employees fear layoffs.
Zuma inherited a divided ANC from Mbeki, but the party heading to the council is now terminally ill.
The power utility's chief executive, Tshediso Matona, is challenging his suspension in the Labour Court in Johannesburg.
Minister Nathi Mthethwa won't support any violent removal of Cecil Rhodes' statue from the UCT campus and urges an amicable resolution to the matter.
The EFF condemned President Jacob Zuma's alleged "anti-black" remarks made in a speech to the SA Local Government Association.
The campaign to remove the statue is gaining momentum, placing the ‘Eurocentrism’ of national university curricula under the spotlight.
While deputy president Ramaphosa assures the country that the Eskom boardroom shenanigans "are not squabbles", Eskom's controversial chair stays put.
Riah Phiyega has denied that a summons has been issued for deputy director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba, but the NPA insists otherwise.
Our education system is often described as being in crisis. A recent claim says 80% of schools could be "dysfunctional". Afrika Check looked into it.
President Zuma has elaborated on what he would do differently if parliamentary democracy did not get in his way so much.
Nehawu says the ANC is taking workers for a ride after the government revised ts initial wage offer from 5.8% to 5% at the bargaining council.
The Companies Act prevents public enterprises's Lynne Brown from involvement in the utility's operations, but she thinks the board is united.
Traditional leaders believe the proposed changes to the sexual offences Act will take South Africa to the time of Sodom and Gomorrah.
The deputy director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba faces two charges of fraud and one count of perjury.
Press Council appeals panel has ordered the Sunday Times to apologise to Ronnie Kasrils over a misleading poster and story.
The South African Press Association has allayed fears over the mandatory deletion of its stories from its subscribers' archives.
The SA Muslim community condemns assaults on author Zainub Priya Dala in Durban after she expressed admiration for Salman Rushdie’s writing style.
Monthly business magazine Forbes Africa is taking legal action against Sibusiso Leope (DJ Sbu) for allegedly fabricating the magazine's cover.
The Press Ombudsman ruled in favour of the Mail & Guardian following a complaint laid by National Nuclear Regulator chief executive Bismark Tyobeka.