Terrorism expert Jasmine Opperman says something is fishy with the Hawks' investigation into two recent alleged terrorism threats.
Eusebius McKaiser speaks to Jacques Rousseau, UCT lecturer in critical thinking and ethics, about whether some analogies are taboo.
Listen to Hawks' Mulaudzi describe Wednesday's arrest of a man allegedly plotting to assassinate 'state capture beneficiaries'.
Berning Ntlemeza appeals enforcement order and wants his vehicle and cellphone back.
Parly portfolio committee on police, chair Francois Beukman, says Parliament cannot intervene on the matter until the court ruling
Berning Ntlemeza wants Police Minister Fikile Mbalula stopped from interfering in his duties as the head of the Hawks.
Former Western Cape Police Commissioner Arno Lamoer and his co-accused face 109 charges of corruption.
ISS's Gareth Newham analyses the effect of Berning Ntlemeza's refusal to accept the High Court order to vacate office immediately.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis look at the bizarre antics of axed Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza who appears adamant he still has a job.
Dismissed Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza reported for duty on Monday the despite court order setting aside his appointment.
Berning Ntlemeza's lawyer, says his client was advised not to go to work to avoid conflicts and embarrassing situations.
Berning Ntlemeza's lawyer says he hasn't been axed as Hawks boss and has asked Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to stop meddling.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has begun to set his main campaign targets in the leadership battle for the ANC's presidency.
Former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza reported for duty and demanded a state vehicle, despite a court judgment which dismissed him.
Berning Ntlemeza not only defied court orders and showed up for work but then drove off in a state vehicle with Hawks cellphone.
Majority of open line callers argue that Cyril Ramaphosa spoke out too late against wrongdoings of the ANC.
Both President Zuma and Deputy President Ramaphosa gave keynote addresses over the weekend further exposing divisions in the ANC.
Dr Blade Nzimande, Secretary General of the SACP discusses the SACP, ANC and state capture with Eusebius McKaiser.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says the African National Congress (ANC) must address the "elephant in the room".
The South African Communist Party is picketing outside Treasury in Tshwane to oppose state capture and corruption.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Standard Bank Chief Economist Goolam Ballim.
Bruce Whitfield interviews Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's advisor Chris Malikane and Business Leadership SA's Bonang Mohale.
Xolani Gwala weighs in on the alleged assassination attempt of SACP second deputy secretary general, Solly Mapaila.
Zapiro says he agrees rape is the worst violation of a woman but says the country is being violated.
SA Communist Party's Solly Mapaila believes a gunman at the ceremony attempted to threaten or kill him after a video clip emerged.
The cartoonist says he has been thinking about revisiting the metaphor amid reports of state capture.
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis pay tribute to assassinated SACP and MK leader Chris Hani and share his caution about the future.
There were many ANC and former UDF cadres who fought for the liberation of this country in last Friday's marches says Mapaila.
The President has called for unity and co-existence amongst South Africans.
The annual Chris Hani wreath-laying ceremony showed apparent divisions between the ruling party and its alliance partner.
W Cape ANC's Lionel Adendorf says after 10-hour meeting on Saturday, PEC concluded that only ANC's NEC can make decisions.
EWN's Clement Manyathela says some ANC members sang 'we go with Zuma' while SACP members remained quiet.
The DA has asked Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe to find out whether the family has permission to own a military vehicle.
SACP's Solly Mapaila says they're still not satisfied with the manner in which President Jacob Zuma handled the Cabinet reshuffle.
The South African Communist Party is adamant they want President Zuma to resign.
SACP's Jeremy Cronin says that there are dots to be connected after the high risk Cabinet reshuffle which took place last week.
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.
The ANC's alliance partner says ANC members of Parliament should institute a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.
Social activist Carla Bernardo shares her views on why Facebook events and Twitter hashtags are not enough to tackle injustice.
ANC Youth League president, Collen Maine, called Pravin Gordhan an impimpi for enabling monopoly capital over the weekend.
M & G's Pauli Van Wyk says Youth League leader Collen Maine wants a candidate who focuses on redistribution and free education.
Collen Maine claims he has a right to go anywhere and it's nobody's business whether or not he visited Gupta's Saxonwold home.
ANC spokesperson Khusela Sangoni says comments made by ANCYL leader Collen Maine are unfortunate, irresponsible and reckless.
SA's seemingly crowded casual dining sector now has an Aussie competitor. Bruce Whitfield interviews a Ribs & Burgers investor.
ANC Youth League President Collen Maine was chased away after a scheduled meeting with some disgruntled Oakbay employees. He spoke on #NightTalk about why he met with Oakbay employees.
African National Congress Youth League leader Collen Maine referred to members of the EFF as monkeys at the weekend.
Following President Jacob Zuma's comment on land reform, John Maytham looks into implications of such statement by the President.
Stephen Grootes speaks to political commentator and columnist, Ranjeni Munusamy, about the ANCYL's call for a Zuma third term.
702's Stephen Grootes asked Njabulo Nzuza what his first priority as the new secretary general of the ANC Youth League will be.