John Myaka was preaching at a church in Nseleni, KwaZulu-Natal, when he was shot multiple times
President Cyril Ramaphosa told parliament that nobody should be forced to have the vaccine, but constitutional rights were not absolute
Mentor says it is her Christian faith which attracted her to the party, after becoming disenchanted with the ANC.
The Red Berets say the public enterprises minister was a member of the Cabinet which led to Eskom’s failure
Msimanga said that it was the prerogative of city manager Moeketsi Mosola to name someone to act in his place while he was away
In addition to paternity benefits, the act will see UIF benefits for workers losing their jobs increase from eight to 12 months
Opposition parties say if Zuma delivers the SONA "that will confirm the ANC’s inability, or unwillingness, to do what is right for South Africa".
Tense relations between the DA and smaller opposition parties have threatening the opposition’s hopes of assuming power nationally in 2019
The Presidency in an unprecedented move, is hosting a state visit at night to avoid protest gaffes
The EFF said it will march to tell Zuma that the party is not happy that he is alive or president of the country.
The believers series: This week we hang out with ACDP volunteer Gladys Modise who takes the message of her party to the people.
Opposition parties reacted with varying degrees of disgust and disappointment in Parliament, from the EFF disruptions to Zuma’s ‘uninspiring’ speech.
Five opposition parties have formed a coalition, called the Collective for Democracy, to contest the general elections next year.
The ACDP will do well in the local government elections despite "battling with resources", its leader Kenneth Meshoe said this week.
Legalising sex work will not stop human trafficking or child abuse, the ACDP Youth Foundation said on Wednesday.
There will be no ”holy cows” under a Jacob Zuma presidency, and any issues Christians have about current laws can be raised, the ANC said on Thursday.
A number of local councillors and one member of a provincial legislature have crossed over to the Democratic Alliance (DA) since the floor-crossing window opened at midnight, DA federal chairperson James Selfe said on Saturday. ”There is a steady trickle of people to us, but it’s a trickle, not a flood, and that’s as we anticipated it,” he said.