The ruling party denied a report that it faces serious financial problems and said it had not retrenched any employees in the past 10 years.
A parliamentary committee on Nkandla says President Jacob Zuma did not unduly benefit from the R246-million security upgrades to his homestead.
Scientology has unfolded quietly in SA for over 50 years. The M&G talks to the believers, the sceptics and those suing to get their money back.
Russian energy company Rosatom has made it clear they should be the sole supplier of everything nuclear in South Africa.
Slain Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa was well known in the crime-plagued Mzamo neighbourhood of Vosloorus on the East Rand.
The party is struggling to make ends meet after Parliament reduced its funding by R20-million following election losses.
The Constitutional Court says the police must investigate all crimes against humanity brought to their notice.
Amid a mix of unemployment and rampant drug addiction, and in alleged complicitity with police, druglords have stepped into the gap left by the gangs.
The ANC aims to hold its 103rd anniversary celebrations at the Cape Town Stadium, but the City won't allow access unless the party pays upfront.
The metalworkers' union had tired of the ANC and wanted Cosatu to break with the ruling party and come with them into a brave new socialist future.
There is widespread support for drastic change to patent laws when it comes to pharmaceuticals, but the results could be disastrous.
Oxfam's latest report highlights the travesty of inequality and warns of dire and corrosive consequences to society.
Public fury at the death of the Bafana Bafana captain may push policymakers into making bad decisions when it comes to crime and policing.
SAA chief executive Mnwabisi Kalawe has been locked out of his office for the past two days as tensions reach boiling point.
An emotionally charged AGM at HCI sees the decades long business partnership of Marcel Golding and Johnny Copelyn formally end.
Having the three secretaries of the tripartite alliance under one roof has been an unfamiliar sight lately - let alone having them share a stage.
Pick n Pay and Land Rover are in the spotlight for sponsoring an Afrikaans music festival at which Steve Hofmeyr is to perform.
The ANC general secretary has dismissed claims that the party is trying to reduce Cosatu to a labour desk, and has called on unions to do their work.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the SAPS are obliged to investigate claims of torture committed in Zimbabwe.