The SA Twittersphere did not take kindly to Zim minister Jonathan Moyo having a go at the plummeting rand.
The Democratic Alliance believes it has a good chance of winning widespread support in South Africa's key metros.
Greeks voted 'No' to the European austerity programme, but another election is looming, writes Armin Osmanovic.
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".
Links to dubious "investigators" bug the new national director of public prosecutions, Shaun Abrahams.
A land invasion control unit is to be formed in KwaZulu-Natal to protect land earmaked for housing.
Decked out in the latest fashions and sporting an impressive afro, complete with a tiara, Momppy Mpoppy is an African doll with a difference.
Julius Malema cautioned TUT students not to vote for ANC or its affiliates, insisting that black people who are afraid of white people are the enemy.
Opposition MPs have accused the executive of giving mediocre answers and not being able to answer yes-no questions or provide timelines and figures.
The former presidential spokesperson's stay at a luxury housing estate in Pretoria "could amount to flagrant abuse of public resources".
Eskom's 99 days of load-shedding have limited mining and manufacturing output, causing the economy to behave as if it has 'lost a major industry'.
The very industries that should benefit from the rand’s slump are the ones being hobbled.
Transformation "doesn't mean you must beat up people" says the Wits VC, who stands by the suspension of seven students despite a staff petition.
In 2010, Brett Kebble's father bemoaned the lack of action taken against his son's killers in an interview with the M&G.
Brett Kebble's father, Roger Kebble, has died according to news reports on Tuesday.