Claims that Nelson Mandela was a communist party member should be clarified to re-affirm that he didn't lie to South Africans, writes Floyd Shivambu.
Cosatu's PEC in the Eastern Cape has torn into its president Sdumo Dlamini for delaying the special congress, which was called for two months ago.
Malesela Maleka has been removed as the voice of the South African Communist Party – a role he has performed since 2006.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela has admitted she is worried over the South African Communist Party's accusing her of being "counter-revolutionary".
Fiona Tregenna has been removed from the Competition Tribunal panel when it emerged that she is a member of the South African Communist Party.
The SACP was calling for unity within the Congress of SA Trade Unions, general secretary Blade Nzimande told reporters in Johannesburg on Sunday.
SA owes assassinated SA Communist Party leader Chris Hani a debt of gratitude for what he did during the struggle, says President Jacob Zuma.
The South African Communist Party says having two centres of power in the province weakens the alliance.
Thabo Thwala responds to an article on the Mail & Guardian about South African Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande.
The SA Communist Party says it will take action after the South African Broadcasting Corporation and Midvaal municipality failed to meet its demands.
Despite reports of violence and missed deadlines, the SACP has congratulated the ANC for "commendable work" in the run-up to Mangaung.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande says the ANC must emerge from Mangaung as a restored party with a committed leadership.
Blade Nzimande is not popular with ordinary ANC members and his campaign for the position of deputy president of the ANC has fallen by the wayside.
The South African Communist Party has said African values demand respect for Jacob Zuma and criticism should be legislated.
Hysteria and paranoia. That is what leaders of the ANC and the SACP accuse the press of when concerns about threats to freedom of speech are raised.
Platinum company Kameni's promised sharing of profits has left communities, in Kalkfontein and Buffelshoek underwhelmed, writes Niren Tolsi.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande has said the SACP will not abandon the ANC despite increasing criticism about their relationship.
Those critical of Blade Nzimande have run out of things to say because his work is beyond reproach, writes Samson Kgomo.
With two of the South African Communist Party's senior leaders now ministers, Solly Mapaila is set to run the show, and take over from Blade Nzimande.