Presidency dismisses reports that Zuma’s wife poisoned him

Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj says a newspaper report that Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma poisoned the president is "based on total speculation ".

ANC MPL suspended after Zille’s speech disrupted

The ANC's Western Cape chief whip Pierre Uys was suspended for two days after the state of the province address had to be adjourned on Friday.

AfriForum: Zuma is using Afrikaners as scapegoats

AfriForum says President Jacob Zuma's undertaking that the ANC would continue to defend minorities were empty words.

Mahlobo blames Sona signal disruptions on ‘glitches’

State Security Minister David Mahlobo has denied reports of signal jamming at the State of the Nation Address, blaming it on equipment glitches.

Maimane to Zuma: You are not an honourable man

The DA's Mmusi Maimane told Jacob Zuma that he had "broken" Parliament, adding that he was "a broken man presiding over a broken society".

Access to education has improved, but quality poor

Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor said that government hasn't been able to improve the teaching of science and maths in particular.

NPA files notice to appeal ‘inappropriate’ Oscar verdict

The National Prosecuting Authority is going ahead with its review of Oscar Pistorius's conviction after the state called for a harsher sentence.

Man charged over refusal to pay e-tolls

In what's said to be the first case of its kind, Stoyan Hristov Stoychev faces nearly 2000 charges, including using false plates and avoiding e-tolls.

Decision over sale of stockpile rhino horn set for 2016

The environment minister has announced that the decision to sell a massive rhino horn stockpile will be based on a committee's findings.

Mineral resources minister seeking advice on Minerals Bill

The minister told delegates at the 2015 Mining Indaba that anyone who felt aggrieved with the process could approach the department.

State coffers have R456-million in unclaimed pensions

The Government Pensions Administration Agency is attempting to trace the beneficiaries of R456-million in pension money.

Zuma spy tapes corruption case to go back to court

The dropping of corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma will be back on the courts roll as the NPA opposes the DA's call to review the case.

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