Opposition party MPs are adamant that no more taxpayers' money should be spent on the security upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's home.
The agricultural association has serious concerns about how farmers' compensation would be calculated under the Expropriation Bill.
Unemployment levels fell in the second quarter, largely on informal sector job creation, but the number of discouraged job seekers rose.
Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom has singled out new visa regulations as the cause of a "worrying drop" in foreign visitors to the country.
Desmond Tutu has been hospitalised with the same infection that saw him receive treatment only a week earlier.
Ministers Nathi Nhleko and Thulas Nxesi will answer for the money spent on Nkandla when they face the ad hoc committee on Wednesday.
Messages of condolences have poured in for South African cricket legend Clive Rice who passed away on Tuesday at 66.
Telkom, who's embroiled in a fight with unions over a plan to cut jobs, more than doubled its executive directors’ wage bill in fiscal 2015.
At its mid-year lekgotla, the ruling party expressed concern about the retrenchment policies of mining companies and their impact on the economy.
A Russian nuclear activist has labelled South Africa's pursuit of new nuclear capacity – with Russian support – as "naive" and advised against it.
Some believe there were only a few officials responsible for cost overruns at Nkandla. The public protector's report found differently.
Public opinion is against lion hunting, says the president of SA's Hunters' Association, and changes must be made for a more acceptable policy.
Both parliamentarians and selected media have now been inside Nkandla, but no group has emerged with answers to the most important questions.
"Don’t replace a tendency with a tendency," Julius Malema told his supporters at the party's second birthday celebrations in Rustenburg on Saturday.
The spectacle of a Spielbergian scenario with a hero and happy ending delighted TV viewers.
A report warns that an ANC faction, disbanded by the party, aims to make a return in the province.
Necsa faces a leadership crisis at the precise moment the government is on the cusp of issuing the main tender for the nuclear build project.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has succeeded in shifting attention away from the benefits Jacob Zuma's family derived from state funds at Nkandla.
Heated correspondence shows the fight for state contracts at SA's passenger rail agency and suggests pressure exerted to pay an ANC-aligned supplier.