Wednesday marks the deadline for President Jacob Zuma's response to the Nkandla report, and opposition parties want Parliament recalled for debate.
Co-operation between different groups is needed to stop the ANC, said Freedom Front Plus leader Pieter Mulder at his party election manifesto launch.
Absa says it has stopped all political donations, having previously supported all political parties with three or more seats in the National Assembly.
A group of opposition parties plan to lay criminal charges against SABC acting chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
President Jacob Zuma will have many tunes to sing to in his final State of the Nation address for this term. Here's what opposition parties wish for.
The National Consumer Commission says it will take up complaints about e-tolling but has encouraged consumers to not make it their first option.
With an 11th-hour attempt to stop e-tolling by the FF Plus also dismissed, Gauteng motorists will to have to face paying for the use of highways.
An application by the Freedom Front Plus to stop the implementation of e-tolls has been struck off the roll at the high court in Pretoria.
Cope, the DA and Freedom Front Plus have derided Cyril Ramaphosa for using threats of a return of the "boers" as a campaigning platform in Limpopo.
The DA, FF+, Cosatu and the AA have been left disappointed by a court ruling that has dismissed Outa's challenge to e-tolling on Gauteng's highways.
Opposition parties have questioned whether Jackie Selebi was adhering to his parole conditions after being spotted shopping.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's budget speech itted well with the development programmes of the ruling party, says the ANC.
South Africa's opposition parties are investigating the possibility of contesting the 2014 general elections under one political umbrella.
President Jacob Zuma is set to deliver his State Of The Nation address this year on Valentine's Day, but the DA made it clear they won't send roses.
The Democratic Alliance has condemned the Freedom Front Plus over its criticism regarding the name change of Dr Verwoed Primary School in Meyerton.
The IFP and Freedom Front Plus have marked their youth day events with speeches criticising the state of the country and its leading party.
Opposition parties have blasted crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli, with the DA calling for his suspension.
Freedom Front Plus protesters, protesting against the e-tolls, have been ordered to break up their 'spontaneous' illegal gathering by the police.
The planned Freedom Front Plus protest over e-tolling on the N1 highway has been declared illegal because the group did not apply for permission.
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