A SCA court official has confirmed that papers were sent to the court by Friday's 4pm deadline in the matter between President Jacob Zuma and the DA.
After 20 years of democracy, Archbishop Desmond Tutu has decried the "tortoise pace" at which transformation is taking place in SA rugby.
After an uproar in Parliament, sparked by EFF members chanting "pay back the money", questions have been raised about the house's security.
The blurring of the president's legal adviser Michael Hulley's personal, business and presidential duties has drawn fresh criticism.
Westinghouse is demanding a review of the utility’s decision on Koeberg contract
NPA head Mxolisi Nxasana is proving to be more than Zuma bargained for in his refusal to be suspended as national director of public prosecutions.
Zuma's strategy when it comes to his legal woes can seemingly be summed up in the well-known bumper sticker, 'Don't talk to me, talk to my lawyer'.
Informal traders were swept off Jo'burg's streets in October and although the city now appears to have embraced them, their future remains uncertain.
Economic Freedom Fighters MPs want President Jacob Zuma to pay back the money spent on Nkandla, causing uproar in Parliament on Thursday.
The ANC has distanced itself from rap group AmaCde's 'Umhlab' Uzobuya', which takes up where Mbongeni Ngema's song 'AmaNdiya' left off.
A miner's grisly account of the second Marikana shootings sheds light on a horrific hidden event.
The Independent Electoral Commission has not groomed a successor to Pansy Tlakula and the parties want someone who can be trusted to be objective.
Galleries may thrive but will the planned Art Week, FNB Joburg Art Fair and Arts Alive festivities have any greater social or cultural ramifications?
In just 11 days in August, Zuma experienced an avalanche of legal and, on the surface, unrelated issues. What does it mean and how are they connected?
More than a thousand SA Muslims have signed a petition rejecting the actions of militant groups such as Isis, Boko Haram, al-Shabab and al-Qaeda.
A trio of issues is dividing President Jacob Zuma's attention and threatens to ruin his reputation.
Six research chairs are devoted to analysing South Africa's maths problem and hope to come up with solutions to raise the level of competency.
The embattled parastatal needs a fighter at its helm, critics say
South Africa became the newest in a line of countries to institute travel bans due to the worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa.