Members of Parliament and other senior politicians paid tribute to former president Nelson Mandela in a sombre sitting of Parliament.
Following the death of Nelson Mandela on Thursday, SA's politicians have described the former president as an icon, a friend and mentor
A banned march on the City of Cape Town has been called off after the City was granted a court order to stop it from taking place.
After the DA's first policy conference, we speak to the deputy federal chairperson Makashule Gana about its views on race and redress policies.
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.
Former Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry leader Michael Bagraim says the EE Bill will destroy small businesses and discourage the minority youth.
Addressing economic equality legislation, Helen Zille has spoken out against coercive equity quotas, which she says the DA shouldn't support.
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.
The commission of inquiry into policing in Khayelitsha kicks off this week with a preliminary sitting before the public hearings begin in January.
The DA is battling with ideological confusion within the party in the fallout over its voting for the Employment Equity Act Amendment Bill.
The Democratic Alliance's #MyFirstTime Twitter campaign has taken off. But can it be taken seriously?
A group of ANC supporters prevented Western Cape premier Helen Zille from speaking at the launch of the Saldanha Bay industrial development zone.
Breakaway groups have looted stalls and robbed pedestrians in Cape Town, in a protest some residents say is about delivery rather than politics.
The leader of the protest march in the Cape Town city centre could be charged with incitement, says Helen Zille's spokesperson.
The ANC should let go of tradition and go for what needs to be done for the party because the DA isn't playing around, writes Khaya Dlanga.
The Concourt has dismissed Minister Nathi Mthethwa's attempt to have a policing commission of inquiry in the Western Cape declared unconstitutional.
Highlighting land reform, BEE and social grants, the Democratic Alliance has released the second phase of its "untold story".
Helen Zille believes she has enough evidence to show the "poo war" is a campaign to make Cape Town ungovernable in the run-up to the 2014 elections.
Politicians and industry experts say that partnerships between the public and private sectors may solve the doctor and nurse shortages in SA.
Manenberg pupils and teachers have been caught in the middle of wars between gangs, putting their education, jobs and lives at risk.