The education system has improved but some ?feel it’s not a good fit, and that it fails others.
Keen to keep the focus on its election manifesto, the EFF has labelled the ANC's treason charges against Julius Malema 'bizarre'.
Police Minister decries Malema’s comment on Al Jazeera at the weekend that the South African government would be removed by the “barrel of a gun”.
Raging political battles have spilled over into interviews for positions on the Bench.
Several political observers have hinted that a recent spate of incidents - dismissed as random acts of crime - may be the workings of state security.
The National Assembly motion to remove Jacob Zuma as president was lost on Tuesday evening, with 233 votes against his impeachment.
Opposition MPs demanded that Parliamentary Speaker Baleke Mbete recuse herself as they said she was implicated in the Concourt's Nkandla judgment.
Pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth - the feathers in our president's cap.
Speaking at his Unisa graduation ceremony on Wednesday, EFF leader Julius Malema predicted the Constitutional Court would rule against the president.
Those who live in dictatorships watched in awe as Julius Malema led a campaign to test the ANC's commitment to the rule of law, writes Bheki Makhubu.
Insults and an EFF walkout aside, it was strictly business for President Jacob Zuma and Co during the Sona debate.
Insults, nursery rhymes and fairytales: Here are the best quotes from the first two days of the State of the Nation address debate.
The president's leadership 'can be summed up into the Guptas, Nkandla and Umshini Wami' said Julius Malema, before walking out of Parliament.
The EFF caucus, chanting 'Zupta must fall', were escorted out of Parliament for disrupting President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address.
The EFF claimed the fight, started by the Democratic Alliance, about the presidential scandal as its supporters filled the streets.
The Economic Freedom Fighters leader joined thousands of supporters as they marched to the Constitutional Court where the Nkandla case is being heard.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has alleged that the money Zuma pledged to pay for Nkandla upgrades will likely come from the Guptas.
The party finds itself in the embarrassing position of being accused of not paying workers what it owes.
Verashni Pillay finds out what happened on Juju's UK trip in addition to the EFF leader's critique of Nelson Mandela's legacy.