Threats to burn Myburgh book a 'flagrant attack' on democracy - Parliament
Parliament's presiding officers Baleka Mbete and Thandi Modise said while protests were part of a lively and robust democracy, they must be conducted within the bounds of the law.
Ramaphosa: If you have done anything wrong, go where you belong - jail
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that it was evident that people want more than just service delivery and jobs, they also want corruption to be 'obliterated'.
There won't be land grabs, Ramaphosa tells wine farmers
President Ramaphosa on Tuesday promised wine farmers that all their concerns will be addressed and that things will be done differently when he's re-elected as president.
Ramaphosa pleads with young white South Africans not to leave country
President Ramaphosa said SA is in the process of being fixed and his government should be given a chance to correct past mistakes and address issues like corruption.
Don't fear land reform, Ramaphosa tells farmers in WC
President Cyril Ramaphosa sat down with farm owners and once again took the opportunity to try to allay their fears.
Gordhan: ANC leaders linked to state capture must deal with claims on their own
Several senior ANC leaders have been named in the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture, with the party’s secretary-general Ace Magashule being the latest.
Gordhan: State capture has caused massive damage to SOEs, economy
The minister has called for greater action to be taken against those implicated in state capture.
Political parties off the hook over private donors, for now
According to the Political Party Funding Act, any donation above R100,000 has to be disclosed by both the donor and the recipient of the funds.
No connection between rise in protests and elections - analyst
Political analyst Zwelethu Jolobe says that there's no real correlation between protests and elections and the rise in community unrest could be attributed to a number of factors.
Service delivery campaigning old news, ANC needs to self-correct - analyst
Ralph Mathekga says the ANC will need to show its serious on corruption, as this could go a long way in rebuilding trust among voters.
Gauteng still the epicentre of service delivery protests - Municipal IQ
In 2017 alone, Gauteng accounted for more than a third of all reported service delivery protests nationwide.
Malema on xenophobia: Stop attacking our brothers & sisters from Africa
EFF leader Julius Malema’s African ideology has attracted the support of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) organisation.
Malema calls for minimum wage increase
EFF leader Julius Malema also used his address in Cape Town to call for free higher education and scrapping of university registration fees.
Malema: If you want to see Zuma arrested vote for EFF
EFF leader Julius Malema has urged his supporters to vote for the party if they want to see senior ANC leaders charged for their alleged crimes.
'We are not scared of you' - Malema stands by Manuel, Kieswetter remarks
Following Edward Kieswetter's appointment, the EFF made claims that he and Trevor Manuel are friends and business partners.
Malema 'ashamed of being South African' after recent xenophobic attacks
Incidents have been reported in provinces of Limpopo and Kwa-Zulu Natal recently.
Vytjie Mentor is officially done with the ANC
Vytjie Mentor has dumped the ANC and will now be campaigning for the ACDP in the runup to the May elections.
Former NFP member says party is in crisis, jumps ship & joins DA
Mandlenkosi Mabika has now jumped ship and joined the Democratic Alliance (DA) and will more than likely be joining them in parliament after elections.