The VhaVenda King Toni Mphephu-Ramabulana says he was not aware that some gifts that he received were proceeds of corruption at VBS Mutual Bank.
Demonstrators have gathered outside the Verulam Family Court, north of Durban on Monday.
Ten-thousand members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) in the plastic industry will embark on a strike on Monday.
At least 30 MyCiti bus routes have now been affected by the wild cat strike in Cape Town, this after bus drivers on Monday morning embarked on a strike without giving prior notice.
The trial of Pastor Timothy Omotoso resumes in the High Court in Port Elizabeth. Cheryl Zondi continues with her testimony.
Former security policeman Joao Rodrigues will be back in court on Monday, on charges relating to the 1971 murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol.
Thirteen people have been killed in a crash near Mqanduli in the Eastern Cape.
The director of an organisation called Open Secrets which focuses on accountability says the VBS Mutual Bank scandal has undermined the public's trust in public institutions.
The South African National Editors Forum (Sanef), says the latest Sunday Times saga should be a lesson to all journalists and editors in the country.
The trial of controversial Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso will resume in the High Court in Port Elizabeth on Monday.
Former security policeman, Joao Rodrigues, is back in court on Monday on charges relating to the 1971 murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol. He is expected to apply for a stay of prosecution.
The Sunday Times newspaper has apologised for its false reporting on allegations of police killings in Cato Manor in Durban, a SARS rogue unit, and the illegal deportation of Zimbabweans.
The family of Albertina Sisulu and locals from her place of birth in Xholobe village in Tsomo feel they have been forgotten.
Residents of Homevale in Kimberley are outraged over the constant stench of sewage flowing in the area. They complain they have been living under such dire circumstances for more than a year.
The heavy rain in the country's interior has claimed at least 10 lives, with two people reported drowned in the flooding Apies river, and at least eight killed in separate car crashes.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande says various efforts are currently been made to tackle the sabotage of metro rail train lines, especially in the Western Cape.
President Cyril Ramaphosa hands over 4 586 hectares of land to the community of KwaMkhwanazi in KwaZulu-Natal.
Civil Society Organisation #UniteBehind is calling on Transport Minister Blade Nzimande and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) Board to institute a thorough investigation into what it calls the deliberate sabotage of trains in the Western Cape.
Johannesburg Emergency Services says disaster monitoring teams remain on high alert as heavy rains have rendered the roads slippery.
Flooding has been reported in many parts of Pretoria after a severe thunderstorm and downpours Saturday afternoon.
In response to the troubles plaguing the Eldorado Park Community, south of Johannesburg, residents gathered to pray and seek divine intervention.
Residents of Louisvale near Upington say they are living under degrading conditions.
Four people have been killed in a crash on the N4 Toll road close to the Sudwala Cave turn-off west of Mbombela in Mpumalanga.
Well-known spiritual and traditional healer, Credo Mutwa, made an emotional return to the Lotlamoreng Dam in Mahikeng an area from which he was evicted during Apartheid.
Nine families from Blikkiesdorp in Delft on the Cape Flats have vowed not to return to the area until their safety is guaranteed.
The Louisvale community in Upington and surrounding farms is battling with the youth's heavy usage of tik. They say tik, which is a form of crystal meth, is regarded as a cheap drug that is easily accessible in various area.
A case of public violence has been opened after the community of Reiger Park, on Gauteng's East Rand allegedly attacked police with petrol bombs Friday night.
Police have arrested a man in Wynburg, north of Johannesburg for possession of suspected stolen goods with an estimated value of between R1.5 and R2 million.
Pupils from 20 schools in the Inanda area, north of Durban have staged a protest calling for the reintroduction of corporal punishment in schools.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) says the scourge of violence at schools can be partially attributed to the negative attitude in our communities towards educators.