Africa Melane talks to SA born cleric, philosopher, writer and broadcaster Reverend Lawrence Ndlovu.
ANC leaders were meant to explain the NWC's decision to back Zuma after the reshuffle, but instead slammed the anti-Zuma marches.
Speaking at his birthday celebration in Soweto, Zuma said inequality and unemployment are as a result of land dispossession.
Zapiro says he agrees rape is the worst violation of a woman but says the country is being violated.
Cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro has once gain drawn controversy over his latest cartoon. Eusebius McKaiser explains why it's wrong.
Xolani Gwala says he is disappointed by Zapiro's rape cartoon published in the Daily Maverick.
The cartoonist says he has been thinking about revisiting the metaphor amid reports of state capture.
Former DG Zane Dangor has filed papers in the Constitutional Court explaining his side of the story.
Black Sash has had a long standing impact on issues of social justice since during apartheid, how has their role changed?
Former President Thabo Mbeki says MPs serve in Parliament as representatives of the people.
Concerned ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza writes a heart felt Facebook post detailing immoral leadership and personal challenges.
Min. Bathabile Dlamini filed court papers claiming she wasn't properly informed about the crisis, blaming Sassa CEO and officials.
The South African Social Security Agency says it has paid most beneficiaries in the province, however illegal deductions continue.
Thokozani Magwaza has applied to ConCourt for permission to file his own affidavit saying Minister Dlamini is lying.
"We know people are scared. They [ANC MPs] need to see that South Africa is behind them," says Sygnia's Magda Wierzycka.
Grant payments went smoothly in the Western Cape and no glitches were reported, according to Sassa.
National Spokesperson of Sassa, Paseka Letsatsi, says they are pleased with the grant payments which started April 1.
The Minister of Social Development was due to file the papers on Friday afternoon at 15:30.
According to Sassa, beneficiaries paid through the banks will receive their grants on April 1 and others on April 3.
Political analysts look at MPs with a stronger political presence than their parties and assess a number of key SA politicians.
EWN Reporter and Midday Report host, Stephen Grootes says it hard to say what Zuma's plan for Gordhan are.
President Jacob Zuma has appointed five members to the interim board of the public broadcaster, SABC.
Dr Khoza is admired by South Africans for her role in the SABC inquiry as a ANC member of parliament.
Xolani Gwala raises concerns around a recent break in at former Social Development DG Zane Dangor's home.
Intruders' motive for breaking into former social development DG's house remains unknown as they did not take any valuables.
Former Social Development DG Zane Dangor's house was broken into on Monday and he believes it was an intimidation tactic.
Omitting Parliament in the ruling can be seen as a slap in the face of the legislature, which apparently failed in its duties.
Security expert, Gareth Newham, says it appears the theft of 15 computers at Chief Justice offices was well organised.
Xolani Gwala reflects on President Jacob Zuma's contradicting statements regarding social grants.
Democratic Alliance says it's highly suspicious that the break-in occurred the day after the ConCourt ruled on social grants.
ANC calls for ‘harsh consequence management’ but in Parliament President Jacob Zuma said no crime had been committed.
Karima Brown says the bidding of a new social grants payment tender will now have to be reopened.
The finance minister says only a short term interim agreement may be reached between CPS and the Social Development Department.
Chief Justice's new Tuesday 3 pm deadline in place for Sassa CEOs and Social Development Minister to file affidavits.
Sassa and Social Development on Monday failed to meet the ConCourt's deadline to explain plans to pay social grants from April 1.
Xolani Gwala says Constitutional Court's intervention on the social grants matter is decisive and important.
Between November and January, Eskom was able to bring down debt from over R 10 billion but it is once again on the increase.
Scopa chair says it's still unclear what the plan is for 1 April, even though Minister Dlamini insists that grants will be paid.
The legality and terms of a new contract between CPS and Sassa should be the biggest concern in the grants mess, says Themba Godi.
Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Accounts chair says Minister Bathabile Dlamini deliberately failed the process.
Minister Bathabile Dlamini says social grants will be paid on time despite not signing contract with Cash Paymaster Services.
Social Development Director General Zane Dangor says Sassa is locked in negotiations with CPS over a new 12-month contract.
Minister Bathabile Dlamini presented the much-anticipated consolidated document on Comprehensive Social Security Reform at Nedlac.
Government hopes to reduce SA's high prevalence of foetal alcohol syndrome with interventions targeting alcohol access.
John Maytham discusses Heyneke Meyer's team for Saturday's opening Rugby World Cup match against Japan with Andy Capostagno.