The DA lamented Zuma's "missed opportunity" and also joined the IFP in condemning the EFF's interruptions.
The witness protection programme has been hacked, says a man who fears for his life.
An Afrobarometer survey shows most South Africans are dissatisfied with the state of our democracy and believe Cosatu is hungry for political power.
As leaders clash and government weighs an application for mining on the Wild Coast, anti-mining locals report a fresh outbreak of violence.
The public protector raised the bar – and her successor will be expected to stand up to power.
President Jacob Zuma’s about-turn on Nkandla could affect his loyal supporters, although the ANC isn't likely to throw them out into the cold.
DA, EFF, PAC, Ses’khona and Rhodes, Zuma and Fees Must Fall protesters took to the streets ahead of the president's State of the Nation address.
SA’s judges have the unenviable job of ensuring that the state complies with the Constitution amid government's poor decision-making and abuses.
Jacob Zuma suddenly seemed to abandon the last shreds of his defence during Constitutional Court proceedings this week.
Intended beneficiaries of the expanded public works scheme are only temporary workers and open to exploitation by unscrupulous employers.
Training youngsters and young professional boxers is crucial to preparing them for life’s battles, says the thwarted amateur boxing champion.
Simelane went missing more than three decades ago and her family want to know where the apartheid-era police buried her body.
The chance that the miners trapped underground at Vantage Goldfields's Lily Mine will be found alive has faded along with the miners' tapped signals.
Programmes aimed at training people with limited opportunities are giving hope to those who would otherwise be discouraged jobseekers.
The party has realised it cannot continue to bail out Eskom and the state’s wage bill is too high.
High-tech tools such as fingerprint scanners are useful during polls, but a credible vote depends on those who run the system.
The full text of President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address delivered on February 11 2016.
The EFF caucus, chanting 'Zupta must fall', were escorted out of Parliament for disrupting President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address.
The president will deliver his annual address to the nation today, just two days after the Concourt reserved judgment in an application against him.