WATCH: EFF forcibly removed by Parliament protection services

EFF members have been forcibly removed from the National Assembly by Parliament protection services during the President's budget vote.

Social media reacts to parly chaos as EFF is forcibly removed

People have taken to Twitter and Facebook to share their opinions on the presidency budget vote which is currently taking place in Parliament.

'You are an embarrassment Baleka even to your party' - EFF booted out of Parliament

President Jacob Zuma's first appearance in parliament since the courts made two damning rulings against him got off to a bumpy start on Wednesday when rowdy EFF members were ejected from the National Assembly.

Bonang: I was tried on so many occasions over the weekend

Bonang Matheba may have had a weekend to forget but she says she’s determined to not let it “destroy” her.

WATCH LIVE: Presidency’s budget vote

President Zuma is expected to address the National Assembly in Cape Town regarding the 2016/17 budget allocations for his administration.

EFF MP’s 'k****' remark to DA counterpart to be referred to Speaker

A racist rant by Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MP Nazir Paulsen during Tuesday’s budget vote on the Department of International Relations and Cooperation‚ during which he allegedly referred to a Democratic Alliance MP as a “k****”‚ is to be referred to the Speaker.

Gordhan eyes R25 billion savings through belt-tightening by 2018/19

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is slashing fat cat spending on travel‚ advertising and cellphones by government officials.

Pastor says sorry for raping, murdering young woman in Durban - report

After reportedly serving 15 years in prison for raping and killing a young woman between railway lines near Fynnlands in Durban‚ Pastor Lungisani Mafu has apparently opened up about the incident at the recording of his motivational DVD at Ethekwini Community Church in Durban.

Zapiro pokes fun at the many faces of Julius Malema in latest cartoon

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema launched his party manifesto at Orlando stadium over the weekend - Cartoonist Zapiro weighs in on how the controversial politician may be perceived by many.

NSPCA suspends Matlosana manager over k-word post

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA) on Wednesday said it had suspended the manager of its Matlosana SPCA branch over an expletive-ridden social media rant that included the k-word.

Rapulana Seiphemo breaks his silence: It could have destroyed me

Generations: The Legacy actor Rapulana Seiphemo has finally broken his silence after being involved in a deadly car accident earlier this year telling fans that the experience could have “destroyed” him.

WATCH: Somizi pokes fun at Euphonik’s use of explicit language

Euphonik caused a stir on social media over the past weekend after swearing at ‘everyone’ – when he tweeted: ‘Msunu yenu nonke’ as part of a barrage of tweets where he addressed the “beef” of his ex-girlfriend Bonang and her current relationship with rapper AKA.

SABC and Tbo Touch discussions in 'problem solving' phase

The SABC have refused to be drawn into commenting on the suspension of Tbo Touch only saying that the matter is currently being investigated and discussed internally.

Government will progressively formalise informal settlements: Lindiwe Sisulu

The government will progressively formalise informal settlements by providing basic services to restore dignity to people‚ Minister of Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu says.

'Gullible' media keep falling for 'lies' about Hawks boss, claims spokesman

The spokesperson for the Directorate For Priority Crime Investigation chose to paraphrase the leader of Nazi Germany in a statement aimed at discrediting a media story about the unit’s head.

Shark numbers in False Bay fall sharply

Shark sightings plummeted by 35% at False Bay beaches in the summer season.

Marikana inquiry hears testimony from police response team commander

Commander of the police tactical response team (TRT) involved in the August 2012 Marikana shootings‚ Captain Monwabisi Joseph Ntlati‚ has taken the witness stand for the first time at the Claassen Board of Inquiry to give oral testimony on the events of that fateful afternoon.
South African President Jacob Zuma  looks on before delivering an address in Polokwane December 20, 2007.

EFF objects to Zuma in Parliament

President Jacob Zuma's first appearance in parliament since the courts made two damning rulings against him got off to a bumpy start on Wednesday.

Another two horses die from African Horse Sickness in Western Cape

African Horse Sickness has resulted in the deaths of another two horses in the Western Cape.

City of Joburg steps up efforts to revive township economies

The City of Johannesburg is intensifying its efforts to revive township economies in order to fight unemployment and poverty.

AKA is not about to rain on rival Nasty C’s parade

AKA has dismissed criticism that he’s trying to shade the achievements of Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C‚ saying that he is happy the Juice Back rapper managed to secure a meeting with Jay Z’s entertainment company‚ Roc Nation.