Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has said he was not aware that the plane chartered for his official visit to Japan last month belonged to the Guptas.
The Democratic Alliance believes it can grab the reins of power from the ANC in the capital city, according to the party's mayoral candidates.
Unborn children who will enter into poverty need targeted support to help them, especially during the crucial first 1 000 days of life.
SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has reiterated his desire to see the media regulated, getting South Africans fired up on Twitter.
Nhlanhla Nene pledges to end billions of rand lost in dodgy tenders with the roll-out of a compulsory supplier database in the next seven months.
The DA's bid to impeach President Jacob Zuma over the government's handling of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir's visit to the country has failed.
Energy minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson told MPs on Tuesday that she was committed to transparency in South Africa's new nuclear build programme.
Stellenbosch University management addressed allegations of racism raised in "Luister" after being hauled before a parliamentary portfolio committee.
After two years as the editor of the Mail & Guardian, Angela Quintal has announced her resignation to pursue other interests.
The Democratic Alliance risks being isolated by fellow opposition parties in Parliament because of its motion to impeach President Jacob Zuma.
Koeberg power station will be shutting down for three months on Tuesday for maintenance, adding more impact to the shortage of power.
SA, one of the favourites for the Rugby World Cup, will be prevented from taking part in the tournament if a court action this week succeeds.
Journalist António Capalandanda cast aspersions on Luanda's Beijing ties and has now fled to Durban, seeking refuge.
The South African police's chief spin doctor on Friday found himself in the firing line.
The first wave of job losses for metalworkers has begun and the upshot will be apocalyptic.
The SA Twittersphere did not take kindly to Zim minister Jonathan Moyo having a go at the plummeting rand.
Not even Black Monday's woes could shake the buddy-buddy ties between the two economies.
Word is that abruptly axed Eskom head Tshediso Matona has been offered a plum planning commission job.
Mac Maharaj's replacement was out of a job after just three months and Zuma loyalists are on the hunt for "someone they can trust".