State Security Minister David Mahlobo has conceded that the signal jamming ahead of the State of the Nation address was an “operational error”.
The DA's Mmusi Maimane told Jacob Zuma that he had "broken" Parliament, adding that he was "a broken man presiding over a broken society".
ANC chairperson Baleka Mbete attacked "cockroach" Julius Malema and the EFF when she addressed the North West provincial conference on Saturday.
President Jacob Zuma said the "War Room", established in December, was working with Eskom to stabilise electricity supply and contain load shedding.
The dropping of corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma will be back on the courts roll as the NPA opposes the DA's call to review the case.
The ANC has vowed to paint the Mother City black, green and gold when it celebrates its 103rd birthday on Saturday at the Cape Town Stadium.
President Jacob Zuma says SA has lost a true hero and disciplined athlete in Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, who died in a car crash on Friday.
We're crumbling under the weight of Jacob Zuma's scandals, but the fearless leader just grows stronger. "Eiffel Tower! Eiffel Tower! Eiffel Tower!"
The PSA has not ruled out the possibility of President Jacob Zuma being called to testify during the public works departmental hearings.
A SCA court official has confirmed that papers were sent to the court by Friday's 4pm deadline in the matter between President Jacob Zuma and the DA.
President Jacob Zuma has instituted an inquiry into National Director of Public Prosecutions Mxolisi Nxasana.
Unfazed by a decline in voters, ANC president Jacob Zuma expressed delight that the majority of South African have returned the party to power.
Following the election results, EFF head Julius Malema says the ANC "will not recover" its declining support, while he celebrates his party's success.
President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address didn't address much with regards to economic policy for the year ahead.
The ANC has decided to send its deputy president to mediate in South Sudan so that relations with the SPLM get stronger, say insiders.
Commentators have shredded President Jacob Zuma's appeal for positive news reporting, saying it is destructive, not patriotic.