President Jacob Zuma has called on church leaders to concern themselves with praying for the country rather than being preoccupied with politics.
The DA has called for the R17.3 million in bonuses paid by state-owned entity PetroSA to its top executives to be paid back immediately.
The DA wants the final report on suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega's fitness for office to be tabled in Parliament.
The DA in the North West has given Premier Supra Mahumapelo and five of his MECs F ratings in their annual scorecard.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko will this week answer to Parliament on his public spats with Ipid head Robert McBride.
South Africa's new nuclear construction programme remains in doubt as questions on funding remain unresolved by government.
Economists warn of more dangers if government fails to fully implement structural reforms in the economy and stabilise the labour market.
President Zuma has filed an affidavit asking the court to review and set aside the remedial actions recommended in the State of Capture report.
Cosatu, led by S’dumo Dlamini, will engage the governing party following its heated meeting which debated calls for President Zuma to step down.
Former Joburg mayor Parks Tau plans to "convince" his successor, DA mayor Herman Mashaba, to retain the city's membership ...
Any thoughts that the ANCYL had of Hlaudi Motsoeneng becoming a minister were scotched, less than 24 hours after the organisation endorsed him.
SABC board chairman Mbulaheni Maguvhe's attempt to interdict MPs from going ahead with an inquiry into the affairs of the ...
A trip by a multi-party delegation of MPs to the funeral of late Cuban leader Fidel Castro has been cancelled due to logistical problems.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan told MPs there are no conclusive figureson the financial affordability and social impact of new nuclear plants.
MPs have already prejudged the outcome of an inquiry into the affairs of the SABC, lawyers for board chairman Mbulaheni Maguvhe argued.