Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe, has condemned the spy cables leak and welcomed the State Security Agency's investigation into the matter.
Minister Jeff Radebe says it was disappointing to see MPs disrupt Parliament, showing no regard for those who sacrificed their lives for democracy.
The ANC says action should be taken against the EFF, and that President Jacob Zuma did well in applying ANC policy in his Sona speech.
Soured relations between South Africa and Nigeria are delaying the repatriation of the remains of some South Africans who died in a church collapse.
Embattled SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala has been excluded from the new Transnet board, it emerged on Thursday.
The government denies the Mail & Guardian's findings of bartering by Minister Radebe, but editor Angela Quintal underlines that the paper has proof.
The government has denied an M&G report suggesting Jeff Radebe may have promised weapons to Nigeria in return for the repatriation of the bodies.
Jeff Radebe's bid to grease a dodgy Nigerian weapons deal has raised questions about the return of bodies from the collapsed TB Joshua church.
Emotions ran high at the Waterkloof Air Force Base where bereaved families received the remains of those killed in Nigeria's church collapse.
A department of health worker died after contracting malaria while assisting with the repatriation of SA victims killed in Nigeria's church collapse.
Only 74 of the 85 bodies of the South Africans killed in the Nigerian church collapse have arrived the Waterkloof Air Force Base.
The revamped government communications portfolio have been a bitter disappointment thanks to a poor choice of minister in Faith Muthambi.
Government is making "great progress" dealing with corruption at state institutions, but figures are still worryingly high, says Minister Jeff Radebe.
Jeff Radebe has said that Kebby Maphatsoe's comments about the public protector do not "reflect the views and thinking of government".
Business, government and labour are teaming up to help schools, with the NDP as a road map.
Cabinet has approved the draft Expropriation Bill, and it is likely to be tabled in Parliament before the end of the year.
An endgame is fast approaching. Either Zuma will go or South Africa will face its first constitutional crisis of the modern, democratic era.
Opposition parties and unions have condemned the "Vote No" campaign, saying spoiling votes was not a "viable tactic".
Following Pretoria's expulsion of Rwandan diplomats, Jeff Radebe has warned that SA won't "be used as a springboard to do illegal activities".