Three more ANC MPs have resigned, days after President Jacob Zuma announced his new Cabinet, which did not include them.
The DA has scored President Jacob Zuma and eight Cabinet ministers Fs on their report cards, saying they should be fired for their poor performance.
The court case of the man accused of raping and killing his four-year-old niece, Jasmin Pretorius, has been postponed to January 13.
Following the rape of a baby and toddler in the week, President Jacob Zuma and Minister Lulu Xingwana have condemned sexual attacks on children.
From bloated salaries to floods of statements once a year, Verashni Pillay despairs of the department of women, children and people with disabilities.
The adoption of a new Bill, now before Cabinet, would help to fully emancipate South African women, Women's Minister Lulu Xingwana said in Tshwane.
Afriforum has said it plans to approach the ANC and initiate a dialogue to discuss "continued offensive utterances" about Afrikaners and Christianity.
Lulu Xingwana and her delegation have been lambasted by MPs for failing to deliver documents on her department's turnaround strategy on time.
Minister of Women, Children and People with Disabilities Lulu Xingwana has apologised for her comments about Afrikaner men.
The Christian Democratic Party says Minister Lulu Xingwana should be fired after remarks she made to an Australian broadcaster about Afrikaans men.
Lulu Xingwana is right: Reeva Steenkamp would still be alive if Oscar Pistorius did not own a gun. But intimate-partner violence is more complicated.
Access control has been strict at the Bredasdorp Magistrate's Court ahead of the appearance of Anene Booysen's alleged killers.
Allegations of corruption and mismanagement have been highlighted in a secret report on the women, children and people with disabilities department.
Minister Lulu Xingwana must be probed for allegedly spending R2.1-million of state's funds decorating her department's head office, says the DA.
The Traditional Courts Bill gives chiefs autocratic powers over people forced into tribal boundaries they reject, writes Aninka Claassens.
The justice and constitutional development department is working hard to save the Traditional Courts Bill after factoring in all proposed amendments.
Parliament has asked for clarity as the departments of Lulu Xingwana and Jeff Radebe contradict each other on the Traditional Courts Bill's validity.
The DA has asked the public protector to probe the department of women, children and people with disabilities for not delivering on its mandate.