SACP members will be meeting for its special national congress, where concerns about the ANC failing to fulfil its worker mandate will be addressed.
Parties have had enough of the disruptions in Parliament and want a quick solution to deal with disturbances, but the EFF says it is being targeted.
The five parties want the public protector’s report on upgrades to the president’s home to be included in the ad hoc committee’s programme.
ANC youth clashed with EFF members at the Soshanguve campus of the Tshwane University of Technology on Tuesday.
President Jacob Zuma has been accused by opposition MPs of "cheapening" the lives of those who died at Marikana by refusing to release the report.
The Economic Freedom Fighters have rejected the latest amendments to the e-tolling system, saying the borders infringe on freedom of movement.
As South Africa celebrates 21 years of democracy, the M&G's Shaun de Waal spoke to former Azapo leader, Mosibudi Mangena, about the country's future.
The Cape Town high court has ruled that the Economic Freedom Fighters was within its rights to say the ANC government had killed people in Marikana.
The question of when Zuma will pay back the money may still arise during the president's question and answer session on Thursday.
In this week’s episode we look at the Kenyan massacre, spin doctor Mac Maharaj retires and the EFF jumps on the statue bandwagon.
The EFF has said the ruling party is too accommodating in its approach to the removal of symbols that glorify colonisation and apartheid.
How will the EFF-aligned Lawyers for Economic Freedom represent disadvantaged communities when Julius Malema doesn't?
Black lawyers gathered in Midrand to discuss mobilising an association that would align itself with the EFF and represent disadvantaged communities.
The ruling ANC-aligned student body, Sasco, has suffered an embarrassing election defeat by the EFF at the Vaal University of Technology.
The EFF condemned President Jacob Zuma's alleged "anti-black" remarks made in a speech to the SA Local Government Association.
Malema may have failed at bringing us economic freedom, but at least he's got a better shot at destroying public property. Sh*t happens.
This is the latest in a long line of mysterious allegations, which prove that South Africa must demand its political parties disclose their funders.
Julius Malema has offered the services of the EFF to remove the statue of Cecil John Rhodes along with any other symbol of colonialism and apartheid.
Opposition parties have expressed outrage at the use of police forces in Parliament and fear that someone will be killed if nothing is done about it.