Times Media Group has provided 24-hour security to Wa Afrika after a confession from the man hired to kill him.
Minister Lynne Brown has rejected the R30 million payment to former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says the African National Congress (ANC) must address the "elephant in the room".
The Finance Minister admitted that he faced difficult questions from investors during his visit to the US, says Simon Marks.
Dlodlo says she has full confidence in the SABC interim board, and wants to maintain a "safe distance" with the board.
Sikonathi Mantshantsha, Deputy Editor at Financial Mail speaks to Africa Melane about the minister's investors road show.
The South African Communist Party is picketing outside Treasury in Tshwane to oppose state capture and corruption.
Former Cosatu unions, Numsa and the Food and Allied Workers Union are the new federation’s largest affiliates.
The author questions what it means to be a revolutionary after SACP's Jeremy Cronin was "reduced into a white, middle-class man".
Xolani Gwala says he is privileged to run the London Marathon to help better lives of those who are less fortunate.
Koketso Sachane interviews Ayanda Mabulu about his latest work portraying Jacob Zuma having anal sex with Nelson Mandela.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande has warned the ANC's alliance partners not get involved in starting anti-Zuma campaigns.
Those involved in the campaign to have President Jacob Zuma removed need to say what they mean, advises host Redi Tlhabi.
The City of Cape Town plans to honour former president Nelson Mandela with a R3.5m statue and exhibition at the City Hall
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng addressed the media on many issues, including the 90% local content rule he implemented in 2016.
Bruce Whitfield interviews Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's advisor Chris Malikane and Business Leadership SA's Bonang Mohale.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Eskom Chief Nuclear Officer David Nicholls.
Stephen Grootes weighs in on comments made by the Zion Christian Church Bishop at the weekend.
Naidoo shared his thoughts on a proposed nuclear deal and issues of human rights.
Energy expert Ted Blom explains that the signing of power agreements with the renewable energy industry will sink Eskom further.
Business Day's Carol Paton argues Malusi Gigaba will face 10 tests which may help SA and global markets determine where he stands.
Eskom chief nuclear officer says it's all systems go for the government's nuclear build programme.
An investigation by City Press claims that Gordhan was frustrating nuclear deal plans which could be the reason he was fired.
Azar Jammine says Lungisa Fuzile's resignation will raise further suspicions of the capture of National Treasury.
The SA Communist Party has called for President Jacob Zuma to resign over his reckless actions which plunged SA into deep crisis.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism Investigator Susan Comrie.
SACP secretary general, Blade Nzimande, says a Cabinet reshuffle would be the President's decision, and not SACP's responsibility.
Finance Minister and his deputy are expected to land on Tuesday morning after being ordered by Zuma to return from London.
Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini was absent from Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
President Jacob Zuma will answer questions in Parliament for the first time in 2017, on matters including social grants payments.
Cosatu put brakes on signing the R20 p/h minimum wage agreement last month but are now ready to sign under certain conditions.
Questions have been raised over R840,000 sponsorship given to the Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF), led by Mzwanele Manyi.
Political analyst David Monyae gives his views on comments made by the South African Communist Party this past weekend.
SACP has denounced the appointment and swearing in of former Eskom CEO, Molefe, implicated in the state capture report, as MP.
Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe was sworn in as a Member of Parliament replacing Abram Mudau this week.