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.
From a directionless SA to a leaderless DA, Sipho Kings and Stefanie Jason take a look at the fiery state of the country.
The Cape Town high court has ruled that the Economic Freedom Fighters was within its rights to say the ANC government had killed people in Marikana.
How will the EFF-aligned Lawyers for Economic Freedom represent disadvantaged communities when Julius Malema doesn't?
The EFF leader also stressed that the battle against white supremacy cannot be won until universities offer free education.
The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters â€“ a 'broken black man' â€“ is not alone in suffering from the 'inherited pathology of a slave'.
Malema may have failed at bringing us economic freedom, but at least he's got a better shot at destroying public property. Sh*t happens.
EFF leader Julius Malema told students at VUT that the EFF is the only party that's not in anyone's pocket, "but in the pockets of the masses".
Julius Malema has offered the services of the EFF to remove the statue of Cecil John Rhodes along with any other symbol of colonialism and apartheid.
Everyone knows there's no better way to spread the word of God than in a top of the range Jet, and find out why Juju would make a great spy.
Opposition parties have expressed outrage at the use of police forces in Parliament and fear that someone will be killed if nothing is done about it.
In another world first for South Africa, an honourable member has been transplanted. The wonders of modern muti never cease to amaze.
Baleka Mbete claimed a Concourt ruling didn't apply to Parliament, after Mmusi Maimane called President Jacob Zuma a thief during a debate.
The matter would be argued in June, and that it would give Sars and Julius Malema time to file all the necessary court papers.
EFF leader Julius Malema addressed hundreds of students at Stellenbosch University, he said the suffering was not over and the struggle continues.
This week in Pimples, politicians extinguish some of the country's problems. But do they really?