The City of Tshwane is applying to the court for leave to appeal against an order by the full bench of the High Court in Pretoria.
A new Human Rights Commission report on farm attacks highlights the lack of state involvement in combating crimes that affect farmers and farmworkers.
AfriForum says President Jacob Zuma's undertaking that the ANC would continue to defend minorities were empty words.
Comments by EFF members concerning invading unoccupied land has garnered criticism, as well as a criminal charge.
SA's land redistribution policies will not follow Zimbabwe's due to the country's law, says Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti.
As voting stations opened in different parts of the world, the Independent Electoral Commission says the election process for expats is "going well".
Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula says a quota favouring black players would not be imposed on anybody, after meeting with AfriForum, Solidarity and FF+.
AfriForum claims that certain municipalities owe Eskom over R2.3-billion, which, according to it, "adds to the country's electricity woes".
Former MK fighter Sibongiseni Dhlomo says AfriForum's ignorant bid to tar him as another Wouter Basson is racist.
While unions and the ANC have joined Jacob Zuma in congratulating the education department on the matric results, the DA and others have dismissed it.
The ANC has lashed out at AfriForum's youth wing for observing a minute of silence for civilians "killed in ANC terror attacks between 1980 and 1994".
Afriforum has said it plans to approach the ANC and initiate a dialogue to discuss "continued offensive utterances" about Afrikaners and Christianity.
President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address has received a mixed batch of reviews from opposition groups.
Afriforum has won a bid to prevent the South African National Defence Force from delivering Alouette III Air Force helicopters to the Zimbabwean army.
Zuma stays mum on the spy tapes, AfriForum, Malema, and the ANC shake it out, Obama and Romney go head-to-head, and men across the globe go hairy for cancer.
South Africans should be able to understand that what is legally permissible and what is wise or constructive are not the same.
An eleventh-hour settlement has been reached between AfriForum, the ANC and Julius Malema over the heated "shoot the boer" debacle.
Afriforum has welcomed the warrant while Magaqa is confident the charges against Malema won't stick - especially with a hot shot lawyer on his side.
AfriForum and TAU SA are preparing to lay charges against ANC Youth League deputy president Ronald Lamola over comments he made about land reform.