The ANC says it is suspicious of "irregular activities" at the U.S. embassy in Pretoria.
South Africa's wine region, which gave the world one of its ugliest political philosophies, is one of the world's most beautiful places.
Opposition party members were ejected for heckling Zuma over his state-funded home improvements.
The South African president used state funds to make build himself a swimming pool and amphitheatre.
In April last year, the University of Cape Town pulled down its statue of the British imperialist.
The mayor of Uthukela awarded scholarships to girls who pledged to remain virgins at university.
The South African opposition leader says the country is being "polarized" along racial lines.
Every existing and new member of Maimane's party will have to sign an anti-racism pledge.
A Standard Bank employee was suspended after tweeting an inflammatory comment about apartheid.
South Africa has major problems to solve after losing the first Test against England by 241 runs.
Zuma rocked financial markets last week by appointing an unknown backbencher as finance minister.
Jacob Zuma has been heavily criticized for ministerial wavering during a week of shifts.
Oscar Pistorius has been granted bail by the North Gauteng High Court and told that he will remain under house arrest until his sentencing for murder on April 18, 2016.
China will invest $2.5 billion in South Africa's state-owned rail company, among 26 deals
Judge says previous conviction was erroneous and that athlete has 'never offered an acceptable explanation'
The environment ministry said it would appeal the ruling.