Authorities have warned motorists to be cautious when parking their vehicles especially in central Johannesburg.
Nine people have died in two separate crashes in the Free State. In the first one, two people were killed when the vehicle they were travelling in overturned on the N6 between Smithfield and Reddersburg.
Gauteng police say the deployment of the police's Tactical Response Team in Sophiatown has contributed to the decrease in violent crimes in the Johannesburg suburb.
Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane has urged law enforcement agencies to declare a zero tolerance approach to motorists who display unbecoming behaviour.
Another initiate has died at Brack Kloof outside Komani in the Eastern Cape.
The social security agency SASSA says it cannot rule out the possibility that about 370 000 beneficiaries who have not collected the new gold card could have been getting social grants fraudulently.
Several foreign nationals have been evicted from their homes in Alexandra north of Johannesburg. Some of the locals are accusing them of having illegally obtained the RDP houses they are occupying.
The Gauteng Human Settlements Department has request the public to stop sending donations to the Alexandra shack fire victims as they have received enough to help them.
The fires that damaged luxury houses in the holiday town of St Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape are suspected to have been caused by a group of people smoking in the bush.
The funeral of a woman who died after she was allegedly stabbed by her mother will take place in Eldorado Park, south of Johannesburg on Wednesday.
Families who were evacuated from McGregor and surrounding areas in the Langeberg Municipality in the Western Cape on Tuesday because of a fire in the area have returned to their homes.
Pomfret villagers in the North West are refusing relocation to more habitable areas.
The water supply challenges in the western areas of the City of Tshwane have been resolved.
The Kouga Municipality says it has deployed additional fire personnel to assist in extinguishing the runaway fires.
Johannesburg Metro Police chief, David Tembe, says drunk driving continues to be a major concern and roadblocks will be intensified throughout this period.
The national police management says driving under the influence of alcohol remains a major contributory factor to the country's road carnage
The Independent Electoral Commission has announced a proposed legislative amendment to allow political parties and South African citizens, to inspect the voters roll ahead of next year's national election.
The City of Joburg says more than R80-million worth of counterfeit goods have been confiscated in Johannesburg in a month.
As the government continues on a reconciliatory drive, researchers and philosophers have spent a great deal of time explaining that while justice alone is not enough for reconciliation it seems to be a key element to it.
Five suspects in a case where two women were allegedly burnt to death for practising witchcraft, will appear at Mount Ayliff Magistrates' Court at EmaXesibeni in the Eastern Cape on Tuesday.
The bail hearing of a pastor from Lindelani near KwaMashu, north of Durban, is on Tuesday expected to continue in the Ntuzuma Magistrate's Court.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation says it's worrying that there have already been so many fatal crashes since the start of the holiday period with the long weekend just past.
The Molefe family in Lehurutshe village near Zeerust in the North West are still reeling in shock following a tragic crash at the weekend.
Sun City's management in the North West says all the events planned for the festive period in the resort, will go ahead as scheduled.
At least 900 suspects are on Tuesday expected to appear in different courts in Gauteng.
Eastern Cape authorities say six people, believed to be relatives, died in a head-on collision on the R61 road near Mount Nicholas in Libode in the Eastern Cape.
The number of deaths on roads in three coastal provinces over the long weekend has now risen to at least over 80.
Fathers and their sons took to the streets of Pietermaritzburg on Monday as part of the campaign against gender-based violence.
The Mangaung Metro municipality urged the community to keep the city clean, and says it plans to intensify its by-laws to minimise littering.
A 48 year-old taxi boss allegedly shot and killed his three children before turning the gun on himself. It is believed that the mother of the children was not home at the time of the shooting.