For the first time since the inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist, Neil Aggett, began this week, a former police officer at the former John Vorster Square police station has testified.
A parent has criticised the policy of the after school care programme of Milnerton Primary in Cape Town as harsh, drastic, unfair and lacking ubuntu.
Burundi is drawing up legislation ahead of May elections to give President Pierre Nkurunziza the title of "Supreme Guide of Patriotism", state television reported, despite widespread rights abuses and an economic meltdown under his leadership.
House of Representatives Impeachment Managers will use their final day of opening arguments in the Senate Impeachment trial of United States President Donald Trump to press for his removal from office.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) in the Western Cape says there is a possibility of an out of court settlement in the alleged racist assault case of Springbok rugby star, Eben Etzebeth.
The organisers of the Grammy Awards denied allegations that nominations for the highest prizes in the music industry are rigged, calling the claims “categorically false and misleading.”
Team South Africa says it has held fruitful bilateral engagements with economic leaders at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.
South Africa’s Department of Health said on Thursday port health authorities have enhanced surveillance for all travellers from Asia, especially China, following an outbreak of coronavirus in the country.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has been ordered to apologise and pay a fine for its comments that journalists Anton Harber and Thandeka Gqubule worked for the apartheid government.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has ordered that all school indemnity forms be revised as they are currently being used to protect one party.
Democrats serving as prosecutors in United States President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial will make their case that he improperly interfered in Congress’ probe of his dealings with Ukraine in their final day of arguments on Friday.
A large contingent of emergency workers have gathered in Friemersheim near Mossel Bay in the Southern Cape, following Thursday's light aircraft crash.
SuperSport United will be looking to bounce back when they host Chippa United in a league match at Lucas Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville on Friday night (kick-off is at 8pm).
Tensions have eased in Newcastle in northern KwaZulu-Natal following two days of rampant protests and widespread looting at Osizweni and Madadeni townships.
The Western Cape needs 88 train sets to run efficiently, but currently only 33 are operating. This has been revealed at a media briefing - the first in Cape Town since the appointment of PRASA administrator Bongisizwe Mpondo last month.
A new coronavirus has killed 25 people in China and infected more than 800, the government said on Friday, as the World Health Organization declared it an emergency but stopped short of declaring the epidemic of international concern.
Anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett's partner at the time Elizabeth Floyd says she doesn't believe he committed suicide.
The Department of Higher Education and Training has warned students to check if private learning institutions are accredited before they enroll.
The Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) and the Sunshine Tour launched the second edition of the Limpopo Golf Championship at Euphoria Golf Estate in Modimolle on Thursday.
The National Department of Transport has for the first time awarded traffic officers and their respective provincial departments trophies and certificates of excellence for their outstanding performance during the festive season’s traffic safety campaigns
The family of another pupil who died at the Nyati Bush Campsite ten years ago wants the lodge to be shut down.
To be announced as the December Coach of the Month when he’s away with his team on continental duty talks to the level Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane is operating at.
The South African Communist Party says the United States must stop bullying the Middle East.
Bidvest Wits striker Gift Motupa says his work rate has improved and he’s crediting head coach Gavin Hunt for that.
The London hearing to decide whether WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange can be extradited to the United States to face charges including spying will be split in two, with the second half delayed until May, a judge ruled on Thursday.
DA Interim Leader John Steenhuisen says the party has instructed its lawyers to approach the courts on an urgent basis following what he calls the bullying tactics of Gauteng Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Lebogang Maile.
Trade Union AMCU has lost an appeal at the Constitutional Court where it was challenging the fairness of Section 189 sub-section 1 of the Labour Relations Act.
Gauteng MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Lebogang Maile has called former Speaker of Johannesburg Vasco Da Gama a 'constitutional delinquent'.
The World Health Organisation says smoking could significantly increase the risk of post-surgery complications.
Commission will hear Eskom related testimony from Board Chairperson, Mr Zola Tsotsi, and also from the Internal Communications Specialist for Transnet Group Capital.