The ANC's electioneering campaign has taken its toll on all members, not only President Jacob Zuma, the party says.
Other than saying it is in Pretoria, the presidency will not disclose "for privacy reasons" the name of the hospital where President Jacob Zuma is undergoing tests.
UPDATE 13:46: An "exhausted" President Jacob Zuma has been admitted to hospital for unspecified tests.
The new Speaker of the National Assembly, Baleka Mbete, has rejected a formal request by the DA to re-establish an ad hoc committee to look into the Nkandla issue.
It was the "worst possible thing" to have the IEC connected to any politician, the Electoral Court has heard.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's absence at a hall for evicted Cape Town shack dwellers was surprising, Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has said.
The Democratic Alliance has announced its spokespeople on various Cabinet portfolios.
The process of housing Members of Parliament in Cape Town will be completed by 13 June, Public Works director general Mziwonke Dlabantu has said.
The SA Communist Party has said DA MP Mike Waters must resign over a picture he tweeted.
Primedia Broadcasting's internal ombudsman, Advocate George Bizos, has found that a controversial cartoon published by EWN, was not racist.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has denied that she insulted the ANC when she reportedly likened voters to abused spouses.
There is nothing inconsistent about EFF leader Julius Malema sending his child to a private school while urging MPs to use public facilities, his party says.
The Economic Freedom Fighters has vowed to withdraw its MPs from Parliament's medical aid scheme.
New MPs have started a five-day training course to learn the ropes of the legislature, with a reminder that they were there to hold the executive to account.
The DA announced that it had laid charges with police after some of its members were allegedly assaulted by members of the ANC while campaigning in an upcoming by-election.
The Free State High Court has ordered the Moqhaka municipality to get back R400 000 it paid to political parties, the FF Plus said on Monday.
Unveiling the EFF’s leadership on Sunday, commander-in-chief Julius Malema promised that his MPs were “going to bring qualitative debate” into Parliament.
Following President Zuma dissolution of the department for women, children and people with Disabilities earlier this week, News24 looks at who will take on these key responsibilities.