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.
Some believe there were only a few officials responsible for cost overruns at Nkandla. The public protector's report found differently.
The law clearly states that even essential security measures must be paid for by the owner of the property, even if he has not agreed to the upgrade.
This week, we take a look at the Fifa controversy, Jacob Zuma’s outburst at the opposition, and the bizarre story published about Trevor Noah.
Based on Thuli Madonsela's report, the DA has calculated that Zuma is liable for at least an amount of R52.9-million for the non-security upgrades.
Stop wondering. President Jacob Zuma’s expected response during his Q&A session today will be nothing short of witty, writes Haji Mohamed Dawjee.
The ruling, which found that the DA was within its rights to say Zuma had stolen taxpayer money, was one that would "liberate fair comment".
A group called 'concerned lawyers and educationalists for equality before the law' has written to Parliament, asking for Thuli Madonsela's removal.
Zuma rebuffs public protectors reports by positing that her office is not immune from review.
Jacob Zuma shunned his last chance to come clean by responding to the Nkandla report - now it's up to those who complained to take the next step.
As tension over the Nkandla report continued, the ANC said public protector Thuli Madonsela must take responsibility for the leaking of documents.
In an effort to defend his “non-responses” to the Nkandla report, the president has issued a statement in the form of a song.
President Jacob Zuma's personal architect is expected to serve notice in the Pietermaritzburg High Court to oppose a R155-million civil claim.
President Jacob Zuma included recommendations that Cabinet review its policy on presidential security and clearly define parameters for spending.
After the previous committee was disbanded, an ad-hoc committee will be established to consider Jacob Zuma's response to Thuli Madonsela's report.
President Jacob Zuma says he will give a final report to Parliament about his Nkandla home within the next 30 days.
President Jacob Zuma says he is not concerned that the Nkandla debacle will have an effect on the ANC's support during this election.