The five things you need to know about politics today.
The 2018 Accelerating Acceptance report’s results are “alarming,” advocates say.
Jacob Rees-Mogg intervenes as Hammond slapped down by No 10.
President Jacob Zuma is "a human being; it's natural to be nervous about what might happen", Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa tells the BBC.
Things could get awkward.
Malusi Gigaba says South Africa is taking tough decisions to reduce its debt.
"Corruption and misrule will be history," says the Reserve Bank Governor.
But Macron gets the first state visit.
It was agreed that structural challenges were a burden to economic growth in Africa’s largest economy.
Cyril Ramaphosa's team wants the world to know that SA is an attractive investment destination.