Julius Malema ended another rowdy day in Parliament saying it was clear "we will never get an answer" and that he'd see Jacob Zuma "in court".
In this week's episode we look at potential job losses in the gold sector, Juju sort of has his day in court and Cecil the lion is still making news.
Has the infamous "pay back the money" catchphrase come back to haunt the EFF's commander-in-chief?
All the shock, disapproval and applause that greeted Judge Billy Mothle's decision to strike Julius Malema's case off the roll.
The case against Julius Malema may have been struck off the roll, but the charges remain unanswered.
The EFF is determined that, during Thursday’s National Assembly, the president will say when he plans to pay back the Nkandla overspend.
The trial of Julius Malema has been adjourned in the Polokwane High Court for the judge to hear an application for a separation of trials.
The fraud trial of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema and his co-accused is expected to start in Polokwane on Monday.
Economic Freedom Fighter MP Emanuel Mtileni says the pic on social media was of him napping during a lunch hour in Burgersfort and not in Parliament.
In Mzansi politics, if there is ever a light at the end of the tunnel, you'd better hope it's not Jacob Zuma.
The Mail and Guardian looks at key moments that shaped the discourse surrounding the Marikana massacre, which took place in August 2012.
Did South Africa pay for the world cup? Are newspapers dead? Deny everything.
Julius Malema believes that the decision to withdraw a sequestration application against him is a victory for South Africa's constitutional democracy.
A speech to be given by Julius Malema in Zimbabwe has been cancelled after delegates began pulling out following xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
As South Africa celebrates 21 years of democracy, the M&G's Shaun de Waal spoke to former Azapo leader, Mosibudi Mangena, about the country's future.
A high court ruling highlights how Parliament's presiding officers fail to act impartially.