Reports indicate that President Jacob Zuma apologized to the ANC's NWC for the way in which the Cabinet reshuffle was handled.
Section27 as part of SaveSA have pitched tents in Pretoria's Church Square ahead of Friday's peaceful protest.
The Democratic Alliance hopes to make the President accountable.
He had been seen as crucial to maintaining stability at the Treasury after Gigaba replaced Gordhan as minister.
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete confirmed Parly will debate a motion of no confidence in President Zuma the week after next.
Adriaan Basson, Editor of News24 says it will be difficult to remove President Zuma from office.
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EFF National Chairperson Dali Mpofu says it wont be easy lobbying votes for the no confidence motion, but the party is determined.
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DA's Phumzile van Damme says it will forge ahead with mass protest, High Court bid, and motion of no confidence against Zuma.
Presenter Redi Tlhabi says she's not sold on ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe's new stance on President Jacob Zuma's actions.
Parliament's website has already been amended to reflect the recent changes made by President Zuma to his Cabinet.
Civil organisations have planned nationwide protests scheduled for Friday, 7th March.
DA federal executive chairman James Selfe says President Zuma's actions are irrational.
Ralph Mathekga says leaders who spoke against Cabinet reshuffle knew they had no support within ANC structures but were hopeful.
ANC's Gwede Mantashe says newly appointed ministers are very capable comrades who have valuable skills.
The Gupta-owned station has been harshly criticised by some accusing the broadcaster of promoting propaganda.
"We know people are scared. They [ANC MPs] need to see that South Africa is behind them," says Sygnia's Magda Wierzycka.
Section 27's Mark Heywood says civil society groups have established a camp in Church Square, opposite Treasury in Pretoria.
Social activist Carla Bernardo shares her views on why Facebook events and Twitter hashtags are not enough to tackle injustice.
Analyst Prince Mashele says Speaker Mbete 'squandered' any presidential ambitions in how she dealt with no confidence debate.
Ahmed Kathrada's widow and former Cabinet member Barbara Hogan says the President's reshuffle is a defining moment in SA history.
Save SA convener Sipho Pityana says South Africa is in trouble.
The demonstration has been led by the Social Justice Coalition, the South Africa First movement, Save SA and other civil groups.
Jacob Zuma reshuffled Cabinet in the early hours of Friday, firing five ministers including Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
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Zwelinzima Vavi slams President Zuma for ordering the Finance Minister to cancel an international investment promotion roadshow.
Fedusa's secretary general says they have a mandate to fulfill and plans are in full swing to join Finance Investment Roadshow.
A new workers’ federation, as an alternative to Cosatu, will be launched on the last weekend of March says leader Zwelinzima Vavi.
Save SA's Sipho Pityana says Parliament is failing to meet its responsibility by not holding President Jacob Zuma to account.
Save SA is disappointed that the NEC didn't call for Zuma to step down as they had hoped.
29 November 2016 12:57 PM
ANC expected to brief media on outcome of the extended three-day NEC meeting, and analyst predicts Zuma critics may be punished.
ANC NEC has extended its meeting, which is believed to be around the future of President Jacob Zuma.
Various business leaders, ANC stalwarts and civil society organisations have come together to call for change in South Africa.
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The Giant is Falling has sparked criticism for the dearth of female voices, despite women's role in the history of the struggle.
14 November 2016 11:40 AM
Mokonyane made no bones about defending Zuma, denying any wrongdoing relating to upgrades at his Nkandla residence.
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Save South Africa is a new organisation led by Sipho Pityana, calling for President Jacob Zuma's resignation.
Ex Cosatu boss Zwelinzima Vavi says the ANC is its own worst enemy and that election results are a culmination of its self-harm.
Members of Fawu, one of Cosatu’s 18 affiliates and a founding union, may vote to move out of the trade federation next month.
Civil society is intensifying it's protests against recent editorial policy at the state broadcaster.
Other journalist have shown support for their SABC colleagues, who are demanding an end to censorship and political agendas.
ANC Spokesperson talks to Xolani Gwala about today's ANC and Gupta discussions - and NEC feedback
M&Gs Matuma Letsoalo says ANC NEC sources insist President was willing to step down, and the anti-Zuma faction had the upper hand.