MPs on the ad hoc committee looking into the Nkandla report say they've been too busy electioneering and haven't read the public protector's report.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela features on the Time 100, Time magazine's annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
The public protector is puzzled by the actions of a group of senior lawyers who say they are mounting a legal challenge against her Nkandla report.
Julius Malema has dismissed Gayton McKenzie's open letter to him, saying comments like the PA leader's "will get worse" as the elections draw closer.
In a complaint to Icasa, the SAPS says the "Ayisafani" advert "would incite violence against the police", according to the authority's spokesperson.
The EFF leader is likely to receive a certificate allowing him to be a candidate in the upcoming election, but he could be disqualified in future.
While blaming Amcu and Lonmin, Jacob Zuma told Afrikaans community leaders that fewer miners would've died at Marikana if the police had been firmer.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks frankly about elections, not voting for the ANC and the pain of not being asked to speak at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
The ANC's Marius Fransman and Pierre Uys walked out of a Scopa meeting, where they were due to answer for alleged wasted public funds.
Recognising her department's challenges and Sanral's strengths, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has asked the agency to oversee certain roads in SA.
Scopa's chairperson has criticised Marius Fransman and Pierre Uys for walking out of a hearing on the mismanagement of public funds.
Dismissing EFF-DA coalition rumours, EFF leader Julius Malema says the claims are "an attempt to defocus the EFF's objective of taking government".
Following his reinstatement at Cosatu, the trade union federation's general secretary has responded to Numsa's call for him to "abandon Cosatu".
Following Julius Malema's calls for white people to join the EFF, a party member says Afrikaners are interested in its economic beliefs.
While the parliamentary committee is ready to start, the DA says it would need more time to ensure the investigation into Nkandla is thorough.
The SABC says it has not banned the advert of the Economic Freedom Fighters but rejected it because it "incited violence".