Inquiries about emigration shot up by 250% per day after Zuma announced his latest Cabinet reshuffle say immigration experts.
Nehawu warns against President Zuma attending Cosatu's mid-term meeting after heckling at May Day rally.
Award-winning journalist and author of 'The Republic of Gupta', Pieter-Louis Myburgh shares his insights.
More than 1 000 delegates from 100 countries are expected to attend the 27th World Economic Forum for Africa starting today.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews ETM Analytics Economist George Glynos.
The app connects drivers and passengers who regularly travel the same route (e.g. to-and-from school; to-and-from work, etc.)
Analysts Karima Brown and Prince Mashele agree that the crisis within the tripartite alliance is not new after the "May Day" flop.
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CEO of Student Village, Ronen Aires, shares some of the trends on campuses and how students spend their money.
Political analyst Karima Brown says the role of Cosatu members can't be written-off as they are active in ANC branches.
Cosatu President Sdumo Dlamini says Cosatu shouldn't be divided by issues that have nothing to do with workers.
Cosatu's May Day rally cancelled as organisers failed to calm the crowds.
Cosatu's main Workers’ Day rally in Bloemfontein was cancelled without any speeches.
A 33-year-old man faces charges of conspiracy to commit murder with an alleged hit list of 19 people, including Cabinet members.
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.
Opposition parties and other formations have come together in an effort to pressure President Jacob Zuma into resigning.
The newly formed Freedom Movement is holding an anti-Zuma march at the Caledonian stadium in Pretoria on Freedom Day.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe rightfully denied apologising to Presiden Jacob Zuma, explains Stephen Grootes.
ANC sec gen dismisses Zuma's claims in court papers that Mantashe and Ramaphosa apologised to him as factional divide deepens.
Economist at Nebank, Isaac Matshego, explains why the Rand has strengthened over the past few days.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has begun to set his main campaign targets in the leadership battle for the ANC's presidency.
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.
The South African Communist Party is picketing outside Treasury in Tshwane to oppose state capture and corruption.
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 migrants set out from Libya on unseaworthy boats in an attempt to reach southern Italy and a gateway to Europe.
Professor Steven Friedman says MPs must account to the public when voting in Parliament.
Eusebius McKaiser and legal guests break down the legal issues surrounding the upcoming vote of no confidence in President Zuma.
UDM's Bantu Holomisa says marching alone won't address SA's issues and explained the agenda for his proposed National convention.
Prof Richard Calland says court could provide clarity on whether MPs should be allowed to vote by secret ballot against president.
A legal battle of note will ensue as UDM pushes for secret ballot vote in no confidence motion while facing opposition from Zuma
The ban follows a call from SaveSA and SA First Forum encouraging participants in the Two Oceans Marathon to wear a black armband.
Parliament Speaker Baleka Mbete has decided to postpone the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma until further notice.
SaveSA and SA First have encouraged Two Oceans Marathon runners to wear black armbands on Saturday to say no to poor leadership.
The DA says Parliament is able to reschedule the motion of no confidence, until the ConCourt rules on the secret ballot matter.
Diko defends his opinion piece in the Daily Maverick arguing protests by the likes of SaveSA perpetuate prejudice.
Retired ConCourt Judge Zak Yacoob says loyalty to one's political party may conflict with loyalty to the Constitution.
ConCourt granted UDM access to argue why MPs should vote by secret ballot and allowed parties involved to file opposing papers.
Casac has submitted an application with the courts, to be admitted as an amicus for the UDM.
The annual Chris Hani wreath-laying ceremony showed apparent divisions between the ruling party and its alliance partner.
Dlodlo was criticised for commenting on good conduct of nationwide marches but ignoring the reasons why people were protesting.
Save SA says another march has been organised for April 18 outside Parliament where a motion of no confidence will be held.
SaveSA convener, Sipho Pityana, says they will continue with public campaigns to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma to resign.
South Africans are demonstrating across the country calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign as the president of South Africa.
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete confirmed Parly will debate a motion of no confidence in President Zuma the week after next.