If the state really believes education is an ‘apex priority’ it needs to act, not just talk about it.
We look at the Oscar Pistorius hearing, Mamphela Ramphele's new political party, Sona, the upcoming budget speech and the artful Design Indaba.
President Jacob Zuma has called for all parties represented in Parliament to unite behind the National Development Plan.
President Jacob Zuma's speech offered very little for women or for those concerned about safety and security.
Opposition parties have collectively slammed President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address in Parliament.
Oscar Pistorius has grabbed the attention of SA and deviated its focus from all other pressing issues in the country, writes Nickolaus Bauer.
If you missed our live video chat about Zuma's State of the Nation address with Eusebius McKaiser and Chester Missing, watch the full version here.
The Reeva/Oscar tragedy continues to make headlines, Zuma delivers an average Sona and the Harlem Shake takes over the world.
South Africa's opposition parties are investigating the possibility of contesting the 2014 general elections under one political umbrella.
The image of burning tyres and looting shops appears to have been President Zuma's main concern during his address at the New Age media briefing.
President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address received mixed reviews on Thursday. Here's a look in pictures at how the evening unfolded.
We speak to MPs for reaction on the president's speech. While at times they were scathing of his address, some were more supportive.
President Jacob Zuma's Sona did little to inspire the business world, which seems to have just heard it all too many times before.
President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address has received a mixed batch of reviews from opposition groups.
President Jacob Zuma's speech lacked a comprehensive plan to address job creation but he promised to investigate civil servants' remuneration.
South Africans share their views of the state of the nation, and a Limpopo community looks back at the promises the president made to them in 2009.
The poorest village in South Africa was promised the basics four years ago. Nothing has materialised.
Delivering his State of the Nation address on Thursday, the president painted a picture of a country and government that was getting down to work.
The president must translate the national development plan for his listeners.