The president doesn't derive his power from executive decree; his decisions can be reviewed by the courts.
He laughs. No, he doesn’t. How the SABC is wired to take orders from Agent Z.
Readers are divided about President Zuma and have their say about patriotism and Nkandla.
Only the courts and civil society can stem the drift from constitutionalism to an unfettered executive.
Rumours are rife that the president's wife tried to poison him, but Pimples has the insider info
From Twitter commentary to Presidency spokesperson Mac Maharaj's response, Thuletho Zwane rounds up news about Jacob Zuma allegedly getting poisoned.
Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj says a newspaper report that Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma poisoned the president is "based on total speculation ".
"... That will never happen again and we did not know about it and we are condemning it," the president said, adding that it was "uncalled for".
Economic Freedom Fighters and Democratic Alliance MPs sat stony-faced as the president delivered his reply to the Sona debate.
Amid the drama before the State of the Nation address and the confusion that followed, much of what Jacob Zuma had to say in his speech was lost.
The president was in top form, from "commending" Julius Malema and calling Mangosuthu Buthelezi the "voice of reason", to giving a history lesson.
Increasingly, we are looking to senior members of the ANC to put the country before their political careers and bank balances.
President Jacob Zuma is a man of the people – connected to our needs and desires. He’s a man for the crisis.
The Human Rights Commission is assessing complaints about Jacob Zuma's Jan van Riebeeck and Baleka Mbete's "cockroach" comments made at ANC events.
The distances the kids next door have to cover to get to school are lost on Zuma, who is blindly feathering his nest, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.