Residents of Tlokwe are voting in by-elections to decide whether the ANC regains control of the municipality.
The DA says it will move to have President Jacob Zuma impeached if it becomes clear that he misled Parliament over spending on his Nkandla home.
Here's how the EFF's Julius Malema and DA's Mmusi Maimane can make the year 2019 count.
The DA's good intentions are that of a white master who thinks that he knows what is best for a black person, writes Khaya Dlanga.
Lindiwe Mazibuko and others have scored a victory in the DA with its decision that race matters, which puts the party on a more interesting course.
After the DA's first policy conference, we speak to the deputy federal chairperson Makashule Gana about its views on race and redress policies.
Speaking at her party's federal council meeting, the DA's Lindiwe Mazibuko says race is still a legitimate proxy for disadvantage in South Africa.
Several DA leaders advocating change will try to drive the party to adopt policies they believe reflect the reality of life in a democratic SA.
The Democratic Alliance's rising star, Mmusi Maimane is irked by his comparison with US President Barack Obama, which he tries to shrug off.
The controversial Employment Equity Bill is ready to be signed into law despite the DA voting against it the second time around.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters's announcement that e-tolling of Gauteng's highways will begin soon has been met with anger and sadness.
The informal sector has lost income following a City of Johannesburg's programme halting hawkers from doing business, says the DA.
The opposition DA is gunning to win Gauteng in 2014 and has promised major fight backs against the controversial e-toll system if it wins.
Lindiwe Mazibuko explains how she thinks Employment Equity should work in South Africa.
The DA's parliamentary leader comes clean on the need for race-based policies and the contest between her and Mmusi Maimane, during the M&G Hangout.
A showdown is looming over the Democratic Alliance's confusing stance on affirmative action.
Addressing economic equality legislation, Helen Zille has spoken out against coercive equity quotas, which she says the DA shouldn't support.
The DA has lashed out at a JSCI report, which says there are two separate properties at Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home, one private and one state owned.
Join our live video with DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko and ask your questions about the party's handling of a contentious race quota Bill.
On the road to the 2014 elections, we can look forward to more shenanigans and unexpected twists and turns. Don't say we didn't warn you.