The SACP says former president Nelson Mandela would have loved to see the tripartite alliance working together in unity.
The SACP has accused Numsa's leader Irvin Jim of financial impropriety in a long-running feud between the two organisations over Zwelinzima Vavi.
In support of Numsa's assertions that it's being targeted for political reasons, Zwelinzima Vavi has spoken out against the "self-serving oligarchs".
The prospects that the ANC, SACP and Cosatu alliance once offered the broad masses have been forgotten at the feeding trough, says Raymond Suttner.
Mmanaledi Mataboge and Deshnee Subramany will give you all the news you need to know between 1pm and 2pm on 2oceansvibe radio.
The South African Communist Party has lashed out at "vigilante unions" and warned that a divided and weakened Cosatu could be dangerous for SA.
From questions about Angie Motshekga staying in office to parties embracing Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle, here's what was said about the moves.
Criticism of the Democratic Alliance was a staple topic for political parties and union leaders at Workers' Day rallies across the country.
Cosatu's general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi fears not only for his political future but also his life amid reports of a move to oust him.
Loan sharks who prey on the poor must be stopped, the SACP said on Sunday.
The South African Communist Party (SACP) has congratulated the ANC on its 101st anniversary and has urged the party to remain humble.
A new book shows how, in exile, the South African Communist Party was pretty much the dominant influence on the ANC.
Blade Nzimande has called the DA a party of white madams and said the ANC is the only party which can lead SA to a non-racial, non-sexist society.
The continued insulting of the president does indeed need to be banned, says Kwazi Mthembu.
The SACP's proposed "insult law" has been lambasted by critics, but archaic forms of a similar law exist in many countries.
The SACP has condemned the DA's planned inspection of Zuma's R200-million upgrade in Nkandla, saying it is part of a "racist right wing agenda".
The Congress of SA Trade Unions general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has called for a review of all minimum wage agreements.
At the SACP's 91st anniversary cake-cutting, a toast was raised to "the unity of our alliance". But no amount of frosting can cover up the cracks.
With two of the SACP's senior leaders now government ministers, Solly Mapaila will run the communists. These two will be his aides.