ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu warned Julius Malema that, like the right-wing group that tried to overthrow government, prison would be his 'home'.
In his speech in the presidency’s budget debate on Wednesday, the opposition leader called Zuma a thief and the ANC’s “looter in chief”, among others.
During a heated exchange in Parliament on Tuesday, EFF MP Nazier Paulsen referred to DA MP Yusuf Cassim as a “Zionist sell-out kaffir”.
Alleged ties to freemasonry and other conflicts have caused red faces in the Democratic Alliance ahead of municipal elections.
From startling insights from the Guptas' former guards to an interview with Mr Please Call Me – what to expect in this week's Mail & Guardian.
The DA is evading to address the issue of whether secret Freemasonry membership can mix with transparent candidate list procedures.
If there are hung local councils after the August 3 elections, minnow parties could play kingmakers.
Businessman and DA mayoral candidate Herman Mashaba said this week that he couldn't wait to win the Jo'burg mayor's office and transform the city.
“It’s Freedom Day and then you have this kind of political intolerance,” said DA councillor Heinz De Boer.
Last week President Jacob Zuma said that letters of reprimand were sent to the ministers accused of misconduct with regards to Nkandla.
The DA revealed that Oakbay Investments chief executive wrote to the party leader requesting a meeting, but the DA “firmly rejected” the proposal.
But perhaps the DA is working on the theme of a morally bankrupt ANC and promising well-run municipalities should it take them in the local elections.
On Saturday the Democratic Alliance held its Manifesto Launch at the Rand Stadium in Jo'burg, and focused on 'change that moves South Africa forward'.
The mention of Mmusi Maimane had the six guys caucusing amongst one another with puzzled expressions on their faces.
Watch the DA Manifesto Launch live in Johannesburg.
Still no clarity on land or BEE, but Paul Boughey says a number of policies are completed or near completion ahead of the election manifesto launch.
At least 60 people have died in the last two years as violence continues in the Durban hostels, leading for calls for the UN to intervene.
The son of struggle stalwarts Yusuf and Amina Cachalia will lead the Democratic Alliance's attempt to win the Ekurhuleni municipality.
Investment management firm Allan Gray confirmed on Monday that it had appointed the former finance minister as a non-executive director to its board.