President Zuma's architect has filed a court notice, asking the SIU hand over 40 documents relating to the charges the unit has brought against him.
Pansy Tlakula has handed in her resignation over a botched leasing deal, leaving a vacuum at the top of the Independent Electoral Commission.
Former Scopa chairperson Gavin Woods says Joe Modise, who died in 2001, benefited from the arms deal - although not in cash.
The National Prosecuting Authority says claims that its chief executive raided and took documents from Lawrence Mrwebi's office are "distorted".
Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has failed to return home as reports of escalated tensions in the country's capital continue.
The fraud case of Nontuthuzela Sizani has been postponed a second time, after her defence team requested more time to review new documents.
As Baleka Mbete passed the EFF's suspension case on to a committee to handle, the party says it will continue to demand answers on the Nkandla matter.
While Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is on his way home, SADC is expected to send a team to monitor the situation in the country.
Lesotho's now exiled Prime Minister Thomas Thabane says SADC must send peacekeeping troops to Lesotho, as the situation is "out of hand".
Talks between SADC officials are expected to resume on Monday to discuss a peaceful solution to Lesotho's attempted military coup.
The human rights commission is probing complaints of racism by the South African Hindu Maha Sabha organisation over AmaCde's song "Umhlab' Uzobuya".
The Press Ombudsman has dismissed a complaint brought by Iqbal Sharma against the Mail & Guardian, saying the publication was justified in its report.
South Africa has so far not been impacted by Ebola, with no cases reported or confirmed according to the health department.
EFF leader Julius Malema warned National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete that if she does not withdraw her suspension notice, the EFF will go to court.
The ANC has reluctantly agreed to halt the Nkandla ad hoc committee until its mandate is clarified and includes the public protector's report.
The company that left SA troops high and dry in the CAR is still bagging major SANDF contracts.
Are there any remaining legal avenues left for President Jacob Zuma to prevent the release of the so-called spy tapes?
Ellen Tshabalala, the controversial chairperson of the national broadcaster, is having her colleagues investigated.
Whatever his shortcomings and challenges like Nkandla and the EFF, President Jacob Zuma can rely on his secure position in the ANC to see him through.