The Constitutional Court will be ruling on whether Parliament will be able to hold a secret ballot when voting in the no-confidence motion against President Jacob Zuma.
The Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu-Natal has accused of the African National Congress of spending as much as R650 000 in public funds, during a campaign for the Nquthu by-election.
Helen Zille will remain premier of the Western Cape, but has stepped down from participating in all decision-making structures within the party.
The EFF, led by Julius Malema, officially laid criminal charges against those who have been implicated in tender irregularities at Transnet on Friday.
Julius Malema says the EFF will lay criminal charges against Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, calling him a facilitator of state capture.
Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, said the African National Congress remained the only organization capable of implementing South Africa’s developmental agenda.
On Wednesday evening DA MP David Maynier was kicked out of the National Assembly after refusing to withdraw his statement that the Gupta family were President Jacob Zuma’s “number one clients.”
Essop Pahad said he was terrified by the prospect of the Democratic Alliance making tremendous headway during the 2019 General Election.
Democratic Alliance party leader Mmusi Maimane on Friday met with the Zambian high commissioner Emmanuel Mwamba, after being denied entry into the country at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport on Thursday evening.
According to Charters, members of the Zambian police and immigration police were waiting on the tarmac for the DA leader when his plane landed.