The ANC denies allegations in the Mail & Guardian this week that the party plans to cut advertising to three newspapers as 'punishment'.
The press ombud has ordered the Sunday Times to apologise to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan for an inaccurate report.
A report says the "fake" interpreter was employed by a company owned by the ANC's religious and traditional affairs desk.
Instead of approaching the courts, Sekunjalo Investments is set to pursue a complaint against the Sunday Times with the press ombud.
Sekunjalo Investments has laid charges against the Sunday Times for a provisional report by the public protector that alleged tender rigging.
Sunday Times editor Phylicia Oppelt has responded to the criticism of a cartoon by Zapiro that has angered Hindus, saying it is not disrespectful.
The Guptas are suing the Mail & Guardian for half a billion rand, claiming defamation in a recent article.
The Press Ombudsman has dismissed three complaints made by Communications Minister Dina Pule against the Sunday Times.
The department of communications has failed in its bid to get the Press Council of South Africa to investigate Sunday Times editor Phylicia Oppelt.
Allegations in the Sunday Times of extravagant spending by Communications Minister Dina Pule will not stick, the department has said.
Communications Minister Dina Pule will not apologise to the Sunday Times, her department has said.
Communications Minister Dina Pule has claimed the Sunday Times and its investigative team have launched a political "smear campaign" against her.
Top prosecutors at the NPA were overwhelmingly in favour of pressing ahead with the corruption case against Jacob Zuma, says a newspaper report.
When Cyril Ramaphosa was deployed to the private sector in the mid-90s, it was sold to him as a decade-long break from politics.
The Law of South Africa dictionary defines defamation as a statement that "has the effect of injuring a plaintiff's reputation".
Zuma's legal team will not let him go into the witness box in his face-off against the award-winning cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro in court next week.
Mvela group's offer to buy media firm has sparked fears of greater political interference, writes Reg Rumney.
Editor Ray Hartley has denied allegations that Sunday Times journalists were paid to divert attention from officers suspected of corruption.