A Cabinet reshuffle and strategic changes are in the pipeline, with the near-complete removal of opposition being the target.
President Jacob Zuma announced Ngoako Ramatlhodi as new public service and administration minister on Tuesday night.
This week on the M&G Newsroom, we'll look at why Oupa Magashula had to resign, whether Eskom can keep the lights on, and what the new cabinet means.
We discuss President Jacob Zuma's fourth Cabinet reshuffle in as many years and his decision to keep “best performer” Angie Motshekga.
No president of the democratic era has been as willing to rearrange the Cabinet deck as Jacob Zuma, who moves ministers around roughly once a year.
We chat to newly appointed Human Settlements Minister Connie September about her life in politics and her task ahead.
Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle has surprised many. What are your thoughts and questions on the president's decision? Join us during our live video.
New ministers and deputy ministers have been sworn in following President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday.
The former deputy minister of cooperative governance and traditional affairs has replaced Dina Pule as communications minister. But who is he?
The presidency has stated that Jacob Zuma "does not need to provide reasons" for his Cabinet reshuffle choices.
Former human settlements minister Tokyo Sexwale "respected" President Jacob Zuma's decision, reports the New Age.
Unions and opposition parties have questioned why Angie Motshekga survived President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle despite her poor record.
From questions about Angie Motshekga staying in office to parties embracing Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle, here's what was said about the moves.
Meet the new Cabinet ministers following President Jacob Zuma's latest reshuffle.
Speculation is rife whether President Jacob Zuma may be announcing a Cabinet reshuffle or the new national director of public prosecutions.
North West Premier Thandi Modise has been forced to reshuffle her provincial Cabinet, a third reorganisation since the ANC's 2009 election win.