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.
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".
The M&G puts 10 tough questions to Zanele Magwaza-Msibi, founder and leader of the National Freedom Party.
The ANC has nominated seven MPs to Parliament for a committee to consider President Jacob Zuma's submissions on the public protector's Nkandla report.
Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and three of his co-accused now face a charge for murdering Phumlani Ncube, who was killed in July last year.
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The lists of parties and candidates contesting the May 7 national elections is expected to be published on the IEC website.
Complaints by the Democratic Alliance and Agang SA allege that the ANC is using state resources to hand out food parcels at election rallies.
Several measures have been put in place to ease tensions at the violence-plagued KwaMashu hostel in KwaZulu-Natal, but some believe it's not enough.
It is often top six officials who are expected to hold factions together when ambitious ANC leaders start jostling for power, but this isn't the case.
Saray Khumalo and Sibusiso Vilane have returned to base camp, due to fears of a second avalanche on Mount Everest.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation says at least 103 people have been killed in road accidents through the country over the long weekend.
Political party leaders have spent Easter Sunday encouraging people to cast their ballot in upcoming elections and not to heed the "Vote No" campaign.
Speculation of the opposition forming coalitions in Gauteng and the Northern Cape continues but the ANC is confident it will secure every province.