The president has singled out the part of the state capture report that recommends an investigation that includes Arthur Fraser’s alleged abuses be resumed
The concourt ruled that parliament could proceed with the impeachment process of Busisiwe Mkhwebane, but that she was also entitled to legal representation
The ANC’s response to its senior officials’ lockdown trip to Zimbabwe leaves much to be desired
Supporting the lockdown rules and holding the government to account is a delicate balancing act
Parliament told 70 000 member SANDF deployment there to support the health department, while questions over army conduct still hang in the air
The enforcement of the lockdown has seen authorities inflict brutal actions on citizens
Multiple reports and videos are emerging of authorities abusing their power as they crack down on lockdown violations
A long-delayed flight to repatriate South African citizens from Wuhan will depart tonight and return on Friday the 13th, before a 21-day quarantine
The government is expected to evacuate citizens from Wuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak originated
As protestors pointed out earlier this year in countrywide demonstrations, GBV is an epidemic that needs to be addressed with great haste
Internal documents show that soldiers, meant to protect South Africa and keep the peace outside our borders, are sexually assaulting people
It could be angry truckers, but security cluster officials are investigating the possibility of an orchestrated campaign to destabilise the country
Police portfolio committee chair Francois Beukman says the arrest of an officer for the alleged theft of firearms highlights the need for audits
Paying tribute to Madikizela-Mandela during her funeral service, Malema accused some ANC leaders of being "sellouts".
There are vast opportunities for those who can keep government departments functioning
A South African citizen was sentenced to death in a courtroom in Juba. But what exactly was William Endley doing in South Sudan to begin with?
The minister’s comment follows a week-long game of brinkmanship between Ramaphosa and Zuma, following the postponement of SONA
Commemorative events and memorials, as well as consultants, cost millions
The country’s reaction to Zimbabwe’s coup suggests its leaders had prior knowledge of events
Appeals and court applications in four provinces could affect the party’s national succession battle.
In September the EFF will head to the constitutional court in a bid to have Zuma impeached.
Foreign security companies involved in ‘problematic’ activities
United Nations money for SA peacekeepers is channelled to treasury instead of defence
The government will indeed be buying a new jet for the presidency, but it won’t cost R4-billion, the defence minister has said.
While evading questions about what measures might be taken against the EFF, the defence minister has accused the party of undermining Parliament.
The launch of a "Vote No!" campaign flies in the face of decades of educating South Africans about their right to vote, says the defence minister.
Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says people should challenge Thuli Madonsela on her Nkandla report and not insult the way she looks.
The DA has criticised allegations that Lindiwe Sisulu spent millions on chartered flights. But the public service minister denies the reports.
Two senior cabinet ministers are embroiled in a row that threatens to spill into the courts.
President Jacob Zuma’s administration is accustomed to putting out fires. This time, though, it’s a little too close to home for his comfort.
Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has refused to detail holiday flights made by President Jacob Zuma and his deputy on state funds.
Speculation is rife that Armscor board members were fired because they might have opposed President Jacob Zuma’s new plane.