Baleka Mbete suspended Parliament after EFF members started banging on their hard hats shouting "we want the money" and "Nkandla must be paid".
Family members, compatriots and government officials have welcomed the return of the remains of exiled journalist Nathaniel Ndazana Nakasa.
Years after disbanding the Scorpions, courts are still grappling with the consequences. And the highest court seems unamused at the state of play.
The mine insists that it would not be logical to incorporate concerns regarding social conditions into the cross-examination of witnesses.
The banking Seta has done well since its inception 14 years ago. It serves as a role model for the others, says chief executive Max Makhubalo.
The ANC and DA have locked horns over whether to allow the new Nkandla ad hoc committee to consider reports from the public protector and the SIU.
Along with other MPs, IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi has honoured Mario Oriani-Ambrosini, who committed suicide, according to a report.
Activists, church goers and traditional healers came out to support SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng at court, where his appointment is being challenged.
The public protector has said that it is now up to Parliament to evaluate the president's response to "Secure in Comfort" - her report on Nkandla.
The battle to ensure the separation of the Hawks from the police, in a case stemming from 2008, continues in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday.
As the body of South African anti-apartheid journalist Nat Nakasa makes its way home, we remember him in five pieces of writing.
A family of five was evicted from their home on Wonderfontein Wineries, but the farm manager insists that the process followed the letter of the law.
IFP MP Mario Oriani-Ambrosini 'decided to end his suffering' after battling stage four lung cancer for over a year, his family said in a statement.
Who will replace Julius Malema? Meet the league’s three presidential hopefuls – but don’t be surprised if it isn’t the fresh blood hoped for.
Just the salaries for South Africa’s 35 ministers and 37 deputy ministers amount to more than R143-million, with hefty increases to come.
Minenhle Makhanya has filed a notice to defend civil claim, which was instituted against him last week by the Special Investigating Unit.
A witness has described how police shot mercilessly at miners who had run to the smaller koppie and hidden behind rocks and bushes to try and escape.
An SAHRC report says that poor research capacity, delays, incomplete surveys and problems calculating land value are some of the problems faced.