The former presidential spokesperson's stay at a luxury housing estate in Pretoria "could amount to flagrant abuse of public resources".
In this week’s episode we look at the Kenyan massacre, spin doctor Mac Maharaj retires and the EFF jumps on the statue bandwagon.
President Jacob Zuma's number one is retiring, still vague and prickly but undeniably a shrewd strategist.
As presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj signs off, we take a look at some of the spin doctor's most memorable quotes.
The presidential spokesperson, who is close to 80 years old, says it is time to "slow down".
Presidency spokesperson Mac Maharaj says President Jacob Zuma is only required to answer questions by invitation, once per quarter.
Presidency Spokesperson Mac Maharaj rebuffs Mzi Khumalo's claims on the spy tapes as 'wild speculation'.
President Jacob Zuma included recommendations that Cabinet review its policy on presidential security and clearly define parameters for spending.
Doctors have advised President Jacob Zuma to rest after he was admitted for tests on Saturday.
What used to be communications becomes good old post and telecommunications again – while what should be "new communications" is simply propaganda.
No convincing left-wing intellectual model exists to substantiate the aspirations and claims of a "developmental state", says one M&G reader.
The government plans to create a department of information after the elections, but it's unclear what form the new ministry will take.
A restructured Cabinet is on the cards, with a new information ministry to clean up Jacob Zuma's image and Baleka Mbete as second deputy president.
President Jacob Zuma has granted the Farlam Commission of Inquiry, probing the 2012 shootings in Marikana, another three months to complete its work.
On Friday, the Mail & Guardian will publish "Nkandla: The Great Unravelling" as an e-book. In this excerpt: how an ordinary word was turned racist.
The presidency says reports claiming the possibility of two deputy presidents are incorrect, and such a move would be unconstitutional.
The DA's Helen Zille has said she "did not leak confidential info" and that the presidency overreacted to her attempt to encourage voters to register.
The presidency says it takes serious exception to Helen Zille leaking confidential information regarding the announcement of the election date.