Jacob Zuma has admitted that the state of the ANCâ€™s leagues is a weakness within the organisation and has called on leaders not to interfere.
Eskom chairperson Zola Tsotsi says the President backed him when he said he wanted to set up an inquiry to investigate "rot" at the power utility.
Winter is coming and the House of Eskom struggles to ward off the darkness.
The EFF condemned President Jacob Zuma's alleged "anti-black" remarks made in a speech to the SA Local Government Association.
President Zuma has elaborated on what he would do differently if parliamentary democracy did not get in his way so much.
President Jacob Zuma has chastised leaders for sowing divisions within the tripartite alliance, and has called for a retreat to iron out the issues.
Rafael Marques de Morais was honoured with the Freedom of Speech award for his work in exposing corruption in government and business in Angola.
Rafael Marques de Morais won the Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression award for exposing corruption in government and business in Angola.
In another world first for South Africa, an honourable member has been transplanted. The wonders of modern muti never cease to amaze.
But few will to listen to researchers who refute societyâ€™s accepted notion that teenage pregnancy is damaging to the child, mother and society.
Many notable Africans were imprisoned at Robben Island - Namibians and Malagasy too, writes Christine Mungai.
The high court in Pretoria is to make a decision on the timeline to hear a review to drop charges against Jacob Zuma resulting from the spy tapes.
The newspaper erred in turning a suggestion made at an ANC workshop into a party decision.
Our democracy suffers when the speaker of the National Assembly becomes a cheerleader for a particular party or for one particular individual.
This week we mourn the death of a rap star; celebrity robbers make headlines and, FYI - never point your finger at the President.
Parliament's programming committee has demanded that Zuma appears before the House by the end of April instead of the proposed November 3 session.
President Jacob Zuma steeled himself for his first oral question session of the year, and hit back at his critics over Nkandla and dodging Parliament.
The president has said he is waiting for the minister of police to determine if he benefited unduly from the upgrades before paying back any money.