The ANC denies allegations in the Mail & Guardian this week that the party plans to cut advertising to three newspapers as 'punishment'.
The national broadcaster has cancelled a series of City Press adverts, which refer to the Marikana massacre and the EFF, according to the newspaper.
At the EFF's final rally, Julius Malema had some choice expressions in Sepedi for his opponents. We translated some of the highlights of his speech.
Press Ombudsman, Johan Retief, said he was impressed with the manner in which City Press and the ANC handled a complaint about a published story.
City Press editor Ferial Haffajee has taken leave after a week in which claims of racism rocked the newspaper.
City Press is probing racism claims after a spat between its editor and a group of journalists who, reports say, will press charges against her.
The Economic Freedom Fighters has called City Press editor Ferial Haffajee's "suspension" of eight black journalists "unethical".
A former ANN7 employee says he fears for his life after turning down a severance package and was threatened by an alleged ANN7 bodyguard.
The press ombudsman has ordered Rapport and City Press to publish an apology for causing unnecessary harm to paralympian Oscar Pistorius.
City Press says it stands by its decision to publish a controversial column described by some as "dripping with anti-Indian hatred".
A public discussion around Adriaan Basson's new book has given Chris Roper a sleepless night.
Paul Mashatile and some of our comrades believe in the fallacy that ANC delegates will discuss how our leaders have performed since 2007.
The Nkandla homestead appears to have been declared a national key point and thus subject to blanket secrecy.
According to a report, President Zuma dismissed Cele for his "dishonest" role in the awarding of a R1.7-billion contract for police accommodation.
The Goodman Gallery has appealed a ruling that children should be protected from the 'Spear' painting, saying the FPB does not have the authority.
Songstress Simphiwe Dana pens a letter to City Press editor, Ferial Haffajee, on the role "The Spear" had in dehumanising black people.
In the fortnight of "The Spear" madness, did anyone spare a thought for the long-suffering news anchors who had the prickly task of telling the story?
Although President Zuma could force local internet service providers to make "The Spear" disappear from their servers, it would be a Pyrrhic victory.
City Press has opted to remove "The Spear" from its website, despite the apparent failure of the ANC's call for a boycott on the paper.