South Africa's downgrade to a junk status has raised concerns that it will result in high medicine costs.
Presenter Redi Tlhabi translated the comments made by President Jacob Zuma, in which he mocks opposition parties in isiZulu.
Power tends to corrupt. The Fica Bill addresses that. Jacob Zuma, however, says it infringes on rights of powerful people.
The DA says Parliament is able to reschedule the motion of no confidence, until the ConCourt rules on the secret ballot matter.
The meeting was held on Tuesday night at the Union Buildings making it a rare occurrence in SA.
Diko defends his opinion piece in the Daily Maverick arguing protests by the likes of SaveSA perpetuate prejudice.
While opposition parties marched to the Union Buildings, the ANC is gearing up for President Zuma's birthday.
Retired ConCourt Judge Zak Yacoob says loyalty to one's political party may conflict with loyalty to the Constitution.
The EFF leader joined other opposition parties and addressed crowds in a joint protest calling for the President to step down.
Zuma's racist rhetoric about the recent mass protests is diverting from the real issue of a corrupt and morally defunct state.
Business Day's Carol Paton argues Malusi Gigaba will face 10 tests which may help SA and global markets determine where he stands.
Presenter Redi Tlhabi called on government officials to be frank and honest about the events of last week's anti-Zuma protests.
How is are South African citizens going to be affected by junk status? Christie Viljoen, economist at KPMG elaborates...
ACDP, APC, COPE, DA, EFF, IFP and UDM have joined forces in their call for Zuma to step down.
UDM will be approaching the Concourt for permission to vote through a secret ballot during the motion of no confidence in Zuma.
Governance expert Gareth Newham unpacks implications of political threats and violence amid calls for President Zuma to resign.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Rand Merchant Bank Currency Strategist John Cairns.
The President has called for unity and co-existence amongst South Africans.
947 Breakfast Club hunted down three grannies making rounds on social media with their famous moves and chant telling Zuma to go.
Wits associate professor of economics Christopher Malikane speaks to Azania Mosaka about the term that is being bandied about.
On Sunday, the committee held a briefing on the party’s economic transformation discussion document.
Eskom chief nuclear officer says it's all systems go for the government's nuclear build programme.
The term coined on social media gets it's inspiration from Gwede Mantashe flip-flopping on his criticism of the ANC.
Vavi commended South African's for standing up against Zuma on Friday, calling on him to step down.
KZN ANCYL heckled former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and ANC treasurer general, Zweli Mkhize, Ahmed Kathrada's memorial.
Economist Lumkile Mondi says South Africans are heading for difficult times while certain government officials are celebrating.
UDM leader says his party is heading to court to argue that MPs should be allowed to vote by secret ballot against Zuma.
SACP's Solly Mapaila says they're still not satisfied with the manner in which President Jacob Zuma handled the Cabinet reshuffle.
Opinion: Africa Melane says politics of the nation, mind and body were laid out to soothe the soul at the Cape Town Jazz Fest.
Advocate Rod Solomons, Convener, SA First Forum says anti Zuma protest was a massive success.
Political analyst David Maimela says that large scale protests can challenge the governing party, but SA hasn't achieved that yet.
DA spokesperson Refiloe Ntsekhe told EWN's Masa Kekana that the party had received threats against Maimane and DA demonstrators.
“There were many streets filled with people," says EWN’S Lindsay Dentlinger. "This was not a tiny protest.”
702's Afternoon Drive host, Redi Tlhabi says South Africans at #AntiZumaMarches are reclaiming the country.
South Africans are demonstrating across the country calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign as the president of South Africa.
Follow EWN's live blog on protests around South Africa calling for President Jacob Zuma to step down and an end to state capture.
The City of Tshwane denied South African Communist Party (SACP) permission to march to National Treasury on Friday.
SACP's Jeremy Cronin says that there are dots to be connected after the high risk Cabinet reshuffle which took place last week.
Anchor Redi Tlhabi challenges the detractors 'without any cause' who are criticising citizens for their choice of social activism.
Stephen Grootes spoke to the Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, Rev Ziphozihle Siwa.
SACP spokesperson Alex Mashilo says SACP will march to Treasury despite ANC's 'full confidence' claims in Gigaba.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a satirical look at the ANC secretary general's about turn on Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.
EFF National Chairperson Dali Mpofu says it wont be easy lobbying votes for the no confidence motion, but the party is determined.
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.
ANC's Gwede Mantashe says newly appointed ministers are very capable comrades who have valuable skills.