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.
Jacob Zuma and the ANC put the fun in dysfunctional as they celebrate the party's birthday. But a few bogeys manifest themselves.
While former president Nelson Mandela's health fluctuates between stable and unstable, the presidency says he is demonstrating great resilience.
The people of the arms deal with the most to lose. These are the fixers, movers, shakers, and politicians who could face fire during investigation.
His play "Panorama" made waves in the 1980s. Pieter-Dirk Uys recalls how he updated the story to write a novel with the island prison at its core.
The presidency has denied that Madiba is in a "vegetative state" after reports emerged that he was being assisted by a life support machine.
CNN and Citizen report Nelson Mandela is on life support, and Mac Maharaj says commenting on the matter would break doctor/patient confidentiality.
No update on his condition means Nelson Mandela will spend his third day in a critical condition, and his 18th day in total in a hospital in Pretoria.
President Jacob Zuma has updated SA on Madiba's condition, while Mac Maharaj is unimpressed with the media's reporting on Mandela's health.
Mac Maharaj has chastised reporters seeking information on Mandela's health after Jacob Zuma left an address to editors on the youth and the economy.
The presidency has confirmed that former president Nelson Mandela is breathing on his own after being admitted to hospital due to a lung infection.
The presidency has hit back at Free State University rector Jonathan Jansen for claiming it had been lying about Nelson Mandela's health.
President Jacob Zuma has undergone medical tests at a hospital and was given a clean bill of health, the presidency announced.