Pan Macmillan announces it has acquired UK & Commonwealth rights to the book which is likely to tackle Mandela’s divorce from his second wife Winnie.
While deputy president Ramaphosa assures the country that the Eskom boardroom shenanigans "are not squabbles", Eskom's controversial chair stays put.
Power utility Eskom is racing to recruit as many skilled people as possible, regardless of their skin colour, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said.
And the Cabinet’s ‘war room’ has lost patience with the utility’s handling of the crisis it faces.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa refused to answer questions in Parliament about the security measures used during the State of the Nation Address.
Elections in crisis-hit Lesotho proceeded largely without incident, according to the country's electoral commission, as counting commenced.
The nerves of the coup-prone mountain kingdom are frayed as a SADC-monitored poll nears to return it to political stability.
The ANC has vowed to paint the Mother City black, green and gold when it celebrates its 103rd birthday on Saturday at the Cape Town Stadium.
We need young people who are not afraid to stick to their convictions and who will put the people first.
The EFF says that Jacob Zuma, Gwede Mantashe and Cyril Ramaphosa all "hide behind black economic empowerment, a posture for capitalism".
EFF leader Julius Malema says he will not go back to the ANC, but would consider an alliance between his party and the ANC.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said former President Nelson Mandela would have been embarrassed about the disorder taking place in Parliament.
When Parliament is at war and politicians are getting snotklapped, who do we call to lead us out of this Eskom-inspired darkness? Hint: Not Zuma.
The Constitution is contested terrain, but the ANC's progressive, principled voice is mute. Cyril Ramaphosa should resign or speak up now.
The ANC's attempt to censure the EFF MPs who chanted "pay back the money" was pushed back by a united front from the opposition parties in Parliament.
A total of 217 MPs voted against a motion to censure Jacob Zuma for undermining the Constitution and not attending National Assembly sittings.
The peace accord between the ANC and opposition parties in an attempt to bring order to National Assembly sessions lasted just one day.
Chief whips agreed to postpone a debate late on Tuesday evening about President Jacob Zuma's lack of attendance at National Assembly sittings.