The Freedom Movement, which consists of opposition parties such as Democratic Alliance (DA), United Democratic Movement (UDM) and Congress of the People (COPE), have planned a mass anti-Zuma march for Freedom Day.
Controversial graphic artist Ayanda Mabulu’s latest painting of the late Nelson Mandela and President Jacob Zuma has caused quite a stir on social media on Thursday.
The African National Congress Youth League in the Free State said Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was its preferred candidate for President of the ANC, ahead of the party’s national conference later this year.
New Eastern Province Rugby president André Rademan was robbed at gunpoint at his business in Struandale, Port Elizabeth, on Monday.
A number of events and marches aimed at pressuring President Jacob Zuma to resign have been planned across the country.
The South African Police Service has insisted it is ready for Friday’s countrywide protest action.
The Presidency has said it did not postpone the memorial service of the late struggle veteran, Ahmed Kathrada.
Friday will see judges hear why South Africa failed to arrest Sudan President Omar al-Bashir during a visit two years ago.
The employment of members of the South African National Defence Force serving towards the Southern African Development Community maritime security, in the Mozambique Channel, has been extended.
While some were slamming President Jacob Zuma, local rapper AKA defended Zuma in a series of tweets saying that all he did since becoming president was “empower black people”.