Zimbabwe will on Tuesday commemorate Defence Force's Day.
Convicted murderer Henri van Breda's application for leave to appeal his conviction and sentencing will be heard in the Cape Town High Court on Tuesday.
Observers say platinum mining giant Lonmin is still far from abiding by the Mining Charter to provide adequate houses for its employees, as part of its social and labour plan.
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane says coalition governments are supposed to work well if the priority of politicians becomes service delivery.
Malian opposition candidate Soumaila Cisse said on Monday he would reject the results of a presidential runoff marred by accusations of fraud, violence and low turnout, calling on the population "to rise up."
Scientists on Monday unveiled a previously unknown species of giant pterosaur, the first creatures with a backbone to fly under their own power.
The South African Reserve Bank was surprised by the magnitude of the rand weakness early on Monday but forex market conditions where “nowhere near” requiring the bank to intervene, deputy governor Daniel Mminele told Reuters.
AgriSA has condemned Afriforum's distribution of a list of farms said to be expropriated without compensation.
The Limpopo Development Agency will neither confirm nor deny reports that there are plans to acquire the embattled VBS Mutual Bank.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday said Zimbabweans should now unite to rebuild the economy and put behind them the election period that saw six people being killed after the army stepped in to quell post-election protests this month.
Corruption Watch (CW) has welcomed the Constitutional Court ruling that invalidates former president Jacob Zuma's appointment of Shaun Abrahams as the national director of public prosecutions.
The Constitutional Court has found that the settlement of 17.3 million rand to former NPA Head, Mxolisi Nxasana was invalid and that he should pay back R10.3 million to the National Prosecutions authority.
The Constitutional Court has declared the appointment of National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head Shaun Abrahams unconstitutional.
Government has denied reports that it is planning to reduce civil servants head count in order to decrease its growing wage bill.
Public accounts committee (SCOPA) chairperson Themba Godi believes that SASSA will be able to address the glitches in the payment of social grants.
Thousands of Zimbabweans are expected to gather at the country's national shrine the Heroes Acre in Harare as they celebrate men and women who fought for the liberation of Zimbabwe.
Public hearings into the Customary Initiation Bill aimed at regulating the practice of circumcision begin on Monday with the Eastern Cape the first province to host them.
The Constitutional Court is expected to deliver its judgment on whether or not the appointment of NPA head Shaun Abrahams was lawful.
North West Premier Professor Job Mokgoro has hinted that a provincial executive council reshuffle is imminent. Meanwhile, former Premier, Supra Mahumapelo, says he does not see anything wrong in the current premier, Job Mokgoro's reversal of all the provincial government’s programmes he had adopted.
Music is a great tool that can unite different racial groups.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has commended the Free State for its exceptional results on the second chance matric support programme.
In the Mediterranean resort’s restaurants and beach bars, holidaymakers and local residents have drunk their way through the first 2,000-bottle consignment of the turquoise-colored chardonnay.
Shaun Abrahams is set to know his future as NPA chief on Monday when the Constitutional Court hands down judgment in this regard.
The Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa (TAU SA) has called on farmers whose land has been targeted for expropriation, either without compensation or at a lower than market value, to refuse to leave their land.
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba says he will approach the Equality Court, in his personal capacity, to seek legal recourse against the Gupta brothers, Atul and Ajay, for their alleged racial slurs against black South Africans.
KwaZulu-Natal Transport MEC, Mxolisi Kaunda, says a task team has been set-up to consider possible safety measures which can be put in place on the R66 between Melmoth and Eshowe where five people were killed in a bus crash on Saturday.
Inkosi Freedom Party leader, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, has urged people to vote for a leadership that will tackle widespread corruption in the private and public sectors.
The South African Communist Party has called on government to find other measures to raise funds for the National Health Insurance scheme than increasing taxation against poor workers.
Arts and Culture Minister, Nathi Mthethwa, has praised the late former President of the Muslim Judiciary Council Moulana Ighsaan Hendricks as someone who personified the process of social cohesion.
Social Justice Activist Kumi Naidoo says poverty and corruption in Africa are things that Amnesty International should prioritise on the continent and across the world.