President Jacob Zuma will only be 'forgiven' for using taxpayers' money on Nkandla renovations if he recovers 'stolen' land, says Julius Malema.
Dedicated EFF foot soldier Dennis Mkhabela believes his party is the future of South Africa and is raising his children to follow in his footsteps.
Parliament’s inability to differentiate between itself, the state and the ruling party is shutting down free speech.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu claimed that EFF leader Julius Malema's bodyguards breached the security of Parliament, putting MPs' lives at risk.
While electioneering in Cape Town over the weekend, EFF leader Julius Malema encouraged protesters to burn down ANC buildings instead of schools.
Readers write in about defence systems, nuclear power, and Julius Malema.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu warned Julius Malema that, like the right-wing group that tried to overthrow government, prison would be his 'home'.
In his speech in the presidency’s budget debate on Wednesday, the opposition leader called Zuma a thief and the ANC’s “looter in chief”, among others.
This follows EFF leader Julius Malema's vow in March this year that he would not allow the president to speak in Parliament again.
There are some success stories, but South Africa's education system is still a failure for far too many people, argues Tinyiko Maluleke.
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.