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Legal teams for the DA, Zuma and the NPA have agreed on an arbitrator to review all the spy tapes records.
Papers have been filed at the Supreme Court of Appeal, as agreed upon in the "spy tapes" appeal hearing.
The EFF's actions in the National Assembly was tantamount to bringing Parliament into disrepute, government said.
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The SIU does not have to make its report on security upgrades to President Zuma's home public, it said.
A hospice organisation says that euthanasia - or assisted dying - could become an alternative to proper care in SA.
South Africans must ensure that the discourse of the past does not define the future, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The behaviour of the EFF MPs in Parliament was a threat to the country's hard-won democracy, the ANC has said.
The IEC said that it has warned 21 political parties holding no seats in legislatures that they will be deregistered if they fail to renew their registration.
Non-racialism in the country remains an elusive dream despite progress made in the past 20 years, Gauteng premier David Makhura said.
Opposition parties in the City of Cape Town have questioned political appointments in the mayor's office.
"There's no intention from government to nationalise retirement savings. I want to put it emphatically: 'no, no, no!'
Many media outlets in South Africa support the ANC, professor Anton Harber said at a media diversity round table discussion.
EFF MPs stood their ground and refused to leave the National Assembly after being ordered to do so by Speaker Baleka Mbete.
The EFF trampled on Parliament’s dignity by disrupting proceedings in the National Assembly, says Gwede Mantashe.
[VIDEO] The ANC in Parliament said that the EFF's disruption of the National Assembly was an "orchestrated plan".
The Democratic Alliance welcomed the travel ban for non-South Africans from countries affected by the Ebola virus outbreak.
Parliament is set to establish a committee to probe the EFF's conduct and a possible censure for those MPs who disrupted proceedings.
A court willhear Abathembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo's application to interdict President Jacob Zuma from removing him as a king.
The ANC expressed outrage at the Economic Freedom Fighters' behaviour in Parliament.
Police had to break up a scuffle between EFF MPs and ANCYL national task team member Braam Hanekom at Parliament.
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