The City of Tshwane denied South African Communist Party (SACP) permission to march to National Treasury on Friday.
It’s hard, but not impossible. Arabile Gumede interviews Argon Asset Management Economic Strategist Dr Thabi Leoka.
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa says National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete has failed to recognise their request for a secret ballot.
Pravin Gordhan spoke to scores gathered to remember struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada at the St. George's Cathedral in Cape Town.
S&P has downgraded South African banks. Banking Association of SA’s Cas Coovadia discusses the development on The Money Show.
Mayor Solly Msimanga accused the ANC of pulling a political stunt at the Tshwane address over Solomon Mahlangu's commemoration.
Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has encouraged South Africans to embrace democratic values and become agents of change.
Political analyst, Karima Brown analysis where Zuma's powers lie in the ANC.
Did you know? Currencies and markets usually strengthen in the 12 months after a downgrade.
SACP's Jeremy Cronin says that there are dots to be connected after the high risk Cabinet reshuffle which took place last week.
Will more MPs join the exodus from the African National Congress’ caucus? Maybe, says EWN's Parliamentary correspondent Gaye Davis.
SACP spokesperson Alex Mashilo says SACP will march to Treasury despite ANC's 'full confidence' claims in Gigaba.
The DA will be marching against President Jacob Zuma and his recent Cabinet reshuffle on Friday 7 April.
MKMVA leader Kebby Maphatsoe says they'll protect President Zuma and the ANC infrastructure against anti-Zuma marchers on Friday.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a satirical look at the ANC secretary general's about turn on Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.
Mark Heywood says reports suggesting that a march organised by Save SA is illegal, are false.
The office of the ANC’s Chief Whip confirmed the news on Thursday.
SaveSA's Themba Masango reiterates that the march is legal and they have met all the City requirements.
Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni says Gwede Mantashe has failed to stand up for conference resolution broken by the President.
A group of people who identified themselves as ANC members stormed the SaveSA tented camp in Pretoria's Church Square.
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.
Adriaan Basson, Editor of News24 says it will be difficult to remove President Zuma from office.
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.
Political analyst Melanie Verwoerd says the odds are stacked against winning the no confidence vote - which may make things worse.
Azar Jammine says Lungisa Fuzile's resignation will raise further suspicions of the capture of National Treasury.
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.
ANC veteran, Mavuso Msimang, says the election system of ANC leadership needs to change to prevent factional interests.
The ANC distanced itself from the leaked notes purported to come out of its national working committee meeting.
Cosatu says it could no longer discuss Zuma's conduct behind close doors with the ANC as he has gone rogue and been out of reach.
"We know people are scared. They [ANC MPs] need to see that South Africa is behind them," says Sygnia's Magda Wierzycka.
Cosatu says for the first time under President Jacob Zuma they were not consulted on the Cabinet reshuffle.
EWN's Chip & Curtis liken u Baba Jacob Zuma and his cronies to the folk tale of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.
Section 27's Mark Heywood says civil society groups have established a camp in Church Square, opposite Treasury in Pretoria.
Three of the top 6 ANC members have publicly criticised President's decision to reshuffle Cabinet and SACP wants him to step down.
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.
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.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a look at the brewing saga around President Zuma requesting the Finance Minister to return home early.
Lynn Brown was briefing Parliament’s public enterprise committee on the state-owned enterprises that fall under her auspices.
SACP has denounced the appointment and swearing in of former Eskom CEO, Molefe, implicated in the state capture report, as MP.