The National Assembly's Max Sisulu has confirmed that Parliament will establish an ad hoc committee to process the public protector’s Nkandla report.
With just four weeks until the elections, the IEC has had to fend off accusations from all corners, possibly bringing its independence into question.
No one is safe when Malema is angry. Not the IEC, not the presidency, and not the e-toll gantries. Quick, someone hide the keys to the bulldozer!
The IEC has rejected objections to President Jacob Zuma's candidacy for Parliament, saying there is no evidence that he isn't suitable.
A company that should have been shortlisted for providing new headquarters for the IEC is claiming R7.5-million from the embattled organisation.
Following reports that IEC workers threatened to strike if its chairperson didn't resign, the commission says employees are barred from protesting.
The ruling party says demands by opposition parties for the IEC chair to step down are opportunistic.
EFF leader Julius Malema says opposition parties will initiate legal proceedings against the IEC if chairperson Pansy Tlakula does not resign.
The Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa has lodged an official objection to Jacob Zuma's candidacy for presidency in the May elections.
IEC chairperson Pansy Tlakula says the treasury report into the procurement process for the body's office doesn't not accuse her of corruption.
The EFF has used money made from selling berets, T-shirts, posters, and member donations to pay the deposit fee to contest the general elections.
A member of the Economic Freedom Fighters has died outside the high court in Pretoria, where the party is fighting the IEC's registration fees.
The Economic Freedom Fighters have filed papers in the Electoral Court challenging a section of the IEC Act regarding registration fees.
The ANC has pushed a number of high-profile amendments to a number of laws ahead of the upcoming elections.
EFF leader Julius Malema discusses the party's upcoming manifesto launch, issues around the elections and whether racial reconciliation is possible.
With the final voter registration weekend set to close at 5pm on Sunday, the IEC says more than a million people were registered over the weekend.
The IEC said it is monitoring the situtation and will restore any damages to the voter registration stations as soon as possible.
South Africans can register to vote right up until President Jacob Zuma publishes the election date in the Government Gazette.