Jacob Zuma suddenly seemed to abandon the last shreds of his defence during Constitutional Court proceedings this week.
President Jacob Zuma’s about-turn on Nkandla could affect his loyal supporters, although the ANC isn't likely to throw them out into the cold.
The Concourt has reserved judgment on the EFF and DA's application that President Zuma be ordered to pay back some of the money spent on Nkandla.
It's critical that President Jacob Zuma discusses potential radical social and economic transformation, with an emphasis on land reform.
The EFF claimed the fight, started by the Democratic Alliance, about the presidential scandal as its supporters filled the streets.
President Jacob Zuma's lawyer has conceded that the Public Protector's findings were binding and her report on Nkandla 'has to be complied with'.
The Economic Freedom Fighters leader joined thousands of supporters as they marched to the Constitutional Court where the Nkandla case is being heard.
What was seen as Jacob Zuma's offer to repay the state is nothing of the sort as he and his team renege on acting against overseer Cabinet ministers.
President Jacob Zuma's characteristic counterattack is going to be sorely tested on two fronts this year: the spy tapes case and Nkandla.
SA’s democracy, won by much sacrifice, is in dire danger from the greed and machinations of a few.
The Constitutional Court will have the final say on the public protector’s watchdog powers.
The ANC said Thuli Madonsela lacked wisdom and was risking the impartiality of her office by filing papers with the Constitutional Court over Nkandla.
It’s on your bike for the Sandton-ites but not yet for the battling bokke who have thankfully kept our minds off of everything else.
After just one look at South Africa’s state of affairs, Homo Naledi is ready to run back to her cave.
Hungry South Africans will have to fight for their daily bread as the rand continues to plummet against foreign currencies.
The DA hopes to get Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's report on Nkandla set aside by the courts and for the public protector's findings to be enforced.
In this week’s episode we look at the unintended consequences of BIC's sexist women’s day advert and just a few of Jacob Zuma’s ‘oops’ moments.
While a new cast of characters have the painful task of figuring out how to further secure Zuma's rural home, the heat is off the president – for now.