Zuma will pay back the money

President Jacob Zuma will pay back the money but the reasonable amount is yet to be determined.

Malema's Guptas war talk stopped

The EFF's fiery leader Julius Malema has been ordered to refrain from inciting violence against the Guptas. North Gauteng high court judge Johan Louw granted the order on Tuesday afternoon‚ saying he would give reasons at a later stage.

Public Protector powers are binding‚ EFF's Trengove tells Constitutional Court

The case that seeks to give legal certainty about the powers of the Public Protector and the effect of remedial action taken by the office got under way in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday morning.

Do not pull Public Protector's teeth for Zuma‚ Constitutional Court asked

The Constitutional Court heard arguments from two political parties and an anti-corruption organisation on why they believed the Public Protector had powers to take remedial action that was binding.

Mpho Maboi opens up on her split from Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane

TV sports presenter and radio personality Mpho Maboi has opened up about her split from Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane.

'Do the right thing' in Nkandla case, Julius Malema urges ConCourt

EFF leader Julius Malema has called on the Constitutional Court to "do the right thing" when handling the matter before them regarding the money spent on upgrades at President Jacob Zuma's home in Nkandla.

Crowd chants 'run Zuma run' as Malema tells march EFF won't accept 'Mickey Mouse offer'

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema told his supporters marching in downtown Johannesburg that the party would not accept the 'Mickey Mouse' deal that President Jacob Zuma had put forward to settle the Nkandla case.

Why Mbeki’s contested articles have a role to play in SA’s history

South Africa’s former president Thabo Mbeki kicked off 2016 by publishing a series of online essays designed to rectify what he views as serious errors in the country’s modern historiography.

Gupta brothers bring urgent interdict against EFF after Malema 'incitement to violence'

The Gupta brothers and their businesses have filed an application in the Gauteng North High Court for an interdict against the Economic Freedom fighters to restrain its members from committing acts of violence against the company's shareholders‚ staff and property.

DJ Arch Jnr gets to play with the big boys

DJ Arch Jnr has landed his first big gig with the godfathers of house music.

'Pikoli removed to protect SA, not Selebi': Mbeki

Former president Thabo Mbeki claims he suspended public prosecutions head Vusi Pikoli to protect the country, not embattled national police commissioner Jackie Selebi.

SA astronomers help discover hidden galaxies behind Milky Way

Two South African astronomers are part of an international team of scientists that has helped to make a groundbreaking discovery by peering through the stars and dust of the Milky Way with a radio telescope to discover galaxies beyond it.

Wouter ‘Dr Death’ Basson challenges tribunal's partiality

Ex-apartheid chemical warfare expert dubbed “Dr Death”‚ Wouter Basson‚ has accused the Health Professions Council of SA's tribunal that found him guilty of unethical conduct of being biased.

Mbete's bumbling advocate admits Parly was wrong in Nkandla matter

National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete's lawyer Lindi Nkosi-Thomas gained instant fame on social media after she fumbled through her submissions in the Nkandla matter in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday.

Gupta family win court interdict against EFF‚ Julius Malema

The Gupta family‚ Oakbay Investments‚ The New Age‚ ANN7 and other of the family's subsidiary companies were on Tuesday granted an interdict by the Gauteng North High Court against the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and its leader Julius Malema.

R7m in bank notes nabbed at Durban airport

The South African Revenue Service (Sars) on Monday evening intercepted R7m in bank notes from a passenger at King Shaka International Airport in Durban.

Former Australian PM in SA to promote partnerships in education

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard is visiting South Africa for the first time to promote partnerships in education.

Judgment reserved in Nkandla ConCourt application

Judgment was reserved in the EFF and DA's application to the Constitutional Court for an order that President Jacob Zuma pay back some of the R246m spent on his home in Nklandla.

DA optimistic that ConCourt will uphold powers of Public Protector

The Democratic Alliance says it is optimistic that the Constitutional Court will uphold the constitutional powers of the Public Protector.

Courts can't stop us saying we don't like Guptas' curries: Malema

An unrepentant Julius Malema said a court order won by the Guptas would not stop him or his party from criticising the family.

Malema says Zuma must fall‚ puts a R155m price tag on Nkandla

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says President Jacob Zuma must be removed from office based on the Constitutional Court hearing into spending on Nkandla‚ even though judgment is still being awaited.