Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions and lifelong activist talks about the journey to a constitutional democracy.
Analyst Helmoed Heitman says the alleged mastermind of a plot to assassinate 19 people linked to state capture doesn't seem legit.
The payments in question were made between 2005 and 2008 while Fransman was Transport and Public Works MEC.
A 33-year-old man faces charges of conspiracy to commit murder with an alleged hit list of 19 people, including Cabinet members.
Analyst Lesiba Teffo says former finance minister Pravin Gordhan should have taken a stand during Christiane Amanpour interview.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he is disappointed in Helen Zille over her tweet on colonialism.
Ndileka Mandela says it's a blatant "No" when asked if she will be voting for the ANC in the next elections.
Hawks arrested a 33-year-old in connection with an alleged coup to assassinate 19 people including Cabinet ministers.
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has made a distinction that his party is not a member of the newly formed Freedom Movement.
President Jacob Zuma spoke at Freedom Day celebrations in Manguzi KZN, making references to the opposition and anti-Zuma groups.
Terrorism expert Jasmine Opperman says something is fishy with the Hawks' investigation into two recent alleged terrorism threats.
Opposition parties and other formations have come together in an effort to pressure President Jacob Zuma into resigning.
Stephen Grootes discusses SA's future with Frans Cronje author of 'A time traveller's guide to our next ten years.'
A frail-looking Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari missed three Cabinet meetings in a row but officials are mum on his condition.
Nehawu has asked that the President not address Cosatu's Workers' Day celebrations in Bloemfontein.
The newly formed Freedom Movement is holding an anti-Zuma march at the Caledonian stadium in Pretoria on Freedom Day.
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'.
Karima Brown takes a look at unions refusing to have Zuma address rallies on Workers' Day and other developing political stories.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe rightfully denied apologising to Presiden Jacob Zuma, explains Stephen Grootes.
According to Deputy president of the SA cabin crew Association, all SAA flights will be affected by the strike.
Stephen Grootes speaks to Xhanti Payi and Prof Patrick Bond about the feasibility of wealth tax, and how it will benefit the poor.
ANC sec gen dismisses Zuma's claims in court papers that Mantashe and Ramaphosa apologised to him as factional divide deepens.
Gauteng Ed MEC Panyaza Lesufi confident the new system will run smoothly and says last years' criticisms were constructive.
Economist at Nebank, Isaac Matshego, explains why the Rand has strengthened over the past few days.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews labour analyst Mamokgethi Molopyane.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has begun to set his main campaign targets in the leadership battle for the ANC's presidency.
Azania Mosaka and her listeners seem to be pleased that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally spoken up.
Zwelinzima Vavi says new 700 000 strong union movement Saftu won't support any factions of the ANC, vows to remove ANC government.
Dr Blade Nzimande, Secretary General of the SACP discusses the SACP, ANC and state capture with Eusebius McKaiser.
The country's fiscal and growth numbers have been an indication that SA will be downgraded says economist Dawie Roodt
The Finance Minister admitted that he faced difficult questions from investors during his visit to the US, says Simon Marks.
Sikonathi Mantshantsha, Deputy Editor at Financial Mail speaks to Africa Melane about the minister's investors road show.
Ex Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi, Numsa and several allies have launched a new trade union federation to rival Cosatu.
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".
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande has warned the ANC's alliance partners not get involved in starting anti-Zuma campaigns.
The ANC treasurer-general says the only thing that matters now is to rally behind resolutions made at the last NWC meeting.
ANC TG kept his cards close to his chest and refused to say if he would accept the position of ANC president or deputy president.
The African National Congress's treasury general says the ruling party needs to listen and address issues raised by the people.
The campaign is requesting an open Parliamentary hearing to establish who produced a so-called intelligence report on Gordhan.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is due to embark on a road show to restore confidence in SA after two downgrades.
ANC leaders were meant to explain the NWC's decision to back Zuma after the reshuffle, but instead slammed the anti-Zuma marches.
Sdumo Dlamini attended Zuma's birthday celebration showing him unwavering support despite federation's call for him to step down.
While opposition parties marched to the Union Buildings, the ANC is gearing up for President Zuma's birthday.
SA Communist Party's Solly Mapaila believes a gunman at the ceremony attempted to threaten or kill him after a video clip emerged.
President Zuma gave a keynote address at Westonaria Agri-Park, west of Joburg, on revitalising agriculture and the rural economy.
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.
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.
South Africans are demonstrating across the country calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign as the president of South Africa.
The party held a post-briefing on the National Working Committee meeting at Luthuli House on Wednesday.
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.
The ANC's alliance partner says ANC members of Parliament should institute a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.
This comes amid mounting speculation about a Cabinet reshuffle that is largely expected to see Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas sacked.
According to reports, ANC top 6 leaders are divided on President Jacob Zuma's intention to axe Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Rejection is inevitable. Bruce Whitfield interviews small business expert Pavlo Phitidis who gives advice on how to deal with it.