Top ANC members are putting their foot down and demanding that all key appointments be made through the ANC deployment committee.
While electioneering in Cape Town over the weekend, EFF leader Julius Malema encouraged protesters to burn down ANC buildings instead of schools.
Pretoria high court Judge Mabel Jansen caused a storm on social media after racist comments she made about black people and rape came to light.
The ANC discouraged members from speaking out against Zuma and the party on Wednesday, and said it was harming the party.
The ruling party denied a report that it faces serious financial problems and said it had not retrenched any employees in the past 10 years.
President Jacob Zuma says SA has lost a true hero and disciplined athlete in Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, who died in a car crash on Friday.
President Jacob Zuma suspected to have strong-armed energy minister to sign Russian nuclear deal but ANC says there is nothing suspect.
An ANC NEC member has reported that the controversial new land reform proposals didn't emanate from the party's 2012 Mangaung conference resolutions.
President Zuma gave his second State of the Nation Address for the year, promising to improve the struggling economy and create more jobs.
As Jackson Mthembu moves to a Parliament seat, Zizi Kodwa replaces him as the ANC's national spokesperson.
There are two candidates who would bring different skills to top government communication post. Mmanaledi Mataboge and Charles Molele report.
Presidential adviser Zizi Kodwa is suing the police for R5-million after he was wrongfully arrested for drunk driving on November 11.
Mac Maharaj is the latest in a succession of cantankerous government spokespeople who, by becoming the story, have made their jobs ... complicated.
Presidential adviser Zizi Kodwa is fighting to have police release his drunk driving blood sample to allow him to run independent tests.
Zizi Kodwa, who was arrested for drunk driving, has said he intends taking legal action against the officers for a "wrongful and malicious" arrest.
The appointment of Mac Maharaj as President Jacob Zuma's new spokesperson caught many in the government and the ANC by surprise.
Former transport minister Mac Maharaj is taking over from Zizi Kodwa as President Jacob Zuma's new spokesperson.
President Jacob Zuma is disappointed with the decision taken by the International Criminal Court to issue a warrant of arrest for Muammar Gaddafi.
5FM shock jock Gareth Cliff's meeting with the president's spin doctor Zizi Kodwa on Monday afternoon was a bit of an anticlimax.