Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa will launch the “Anti-Racism Song” today amid continuing exposure of racism in the country.
The EFF and its commander-in-chief, Julius Malema, is on the campaign trail in the Northern Cape this week.
Less than a week ago, Jimi Matthews was found to be furiously defending the SABC, but yesterday he made a 180 degree-turn.
President Zuma has been told to pay back R7.8 million for his Nkandla residence. But that’s not end of the story, say oppositiion parties.
Opposition parties react to the news that President Jacob Zuma must pay back R7.8m for upgrades at Nkandla.
The Democratic Alliance palns to table a bill in Parliament that would "allow the Electoral Commission of SA to ensure free and fair elections".
The South African National Editors’ Forum has commended Jimi Matthews for resigning from the SABC on principle.
The City of Johannesburg spent at least R13.8 million promoting the ANC in advertising disguised as regular ads for the city, the DA has claimed.
Big wigs of the major political parties descended on KwaZulu-Natal to whip up support for their organisations ahead of the municipal elections.
Lukhanyo Calata, whose father was one of the Cradock Four, spoke to the Cape Argus about the current crisis at the SABC. [VIDEO].
The National Treasury submitted a report to the Concourt detailing how experts calculated the R7.8m that President Zuma should ...
President Jacob Zuma has associated the use of drugs with vandalism, asking how people could burn buildings that were of benefit to them.
ANC member Andile Lili has warned party leaders to “listen to the masses” after he was “held hostage” by Khayelitsha residents.
Cosatu has demanded that ANN7 reinstate eight employees who were dismissed for allegedly refusing to be addressed by ANCYL president Collen Maine.
National Treasury has found that President Jacob Zuma should pay R7.8 million for non-security upgrades to his private Nkandla home.