The Limpopo Health Department says a nurse who was shot and wounded by a patient earlier Friday evening, is recuperating well.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has accused the SABC of being biased in its reporting about her office.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has given taxi owners an ultimatum to hand in unroadworthy vehicles by next week.
Former North West MEC for Finance and Economic Development, Wendy Nelson, has been granted bail of 20 thousand rand by the Mmabatho Magistrate's Court.
Cosatu has vowed to prevent government from nationalising pension funds and using them to bail out State-Owned-Enterprises.
South African Optometrists Association (SAOA) says they are being unfairly treated and their claims are being withheld by medical aid schemes based on their race and ethnicity.
The lawyer representing ANC NEC member Derek Hanekom, Advocate Carol Steinberg, says the reputation of her client has been negatively affected following remarks made against him by former President Jacob Zuma.
The Hendrik Verwoerd High School in Pretoria has been renamed Rietondale High School.
Themba Thumane has been sentenced to two life imprisonments for the double murder of his cousins in what is believed to have been ritual killings.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation says it will file an urgent application in the High Court in Johannesburg to declare lobby group AfriForum's Ernst Roets actions in contempt of court.
The triple murder case against the accused truck driver Colin Pillay from Phoenix, north of Durban is expected to resume in the High Court in Durban on Friday morning.
The fire that blazed through St Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape has destroyed 12 houses.
The South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) in Kimberley in the Northern Cape has warned that the Sol Plaatje Municipality's repeated failure to table a damning report on the municipality's affairs will have dire consequences.
At least twelve houses have now been destroyed by a fire in Saint Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape. Many of the houses in the area have thatched roofs. The blaze started in adjacent veld. A back-up team and helicopter from Port Elizabeth has been deployed to help douse the flames. No deaths or injuries […]
Law enforcement officials have confiscated a large number of counterfeit goods at the China Mall, in Boksburg on Gauteng's East Rand.
The seven suspects alleged to be involved in the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto have been granted bail of R1 000 each. The six men and one woman were charged with public violence after last week Wednesday’ s looting. The accused will return to the Protea Magistrate Court on the 26th of August. The […]
The remains of seven of the eight victims who were burnt beyond recognition during a horrific accident on the N11near Middleburg in Mpumalanga have been handed over to their families.
The Chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, says the commission's team does its best to refrain from using funds unnecessarily in their investigations.
Four people have been killed and at least 15 others were injured in a multi-vehicle collision on the M1 highway near the Xavier off-ramp, south of Johannesburg.
The trial of former North West Deputy Police Commissioner and three other senior officials will resume on Thursday after hitting a snag at the North West High Court sitting in Mogwase.
The ANC accuses Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba of being responsible for the poor financial status of the City of Johannesburg since he took over three years ago.
The City of Cape Town has proposed a by-law that stipulates that no one making use of coastal beaches may use foul language.
The National Heritage Council (NHC) says it hopes the old apartheid flag will not re-surface again in the country.
The IPID is investigating the death of Tshegofatso Selahle who died after being arrested by metro police in Johannesburg.
Acting KwaZulu-Natal Commissioner for Correctional Services, James Smalberger, says more officials and members of senior management at Durban's Westville Prison may be dismissed following investigations into corruption.
Suspended KwaZulu-Natal Correctional Services commissioner, Mnikelwa Nxele, has been dismissed.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says certain questions need to be asked around of the independence of the judiciary in South Africa.
The case brought by former NPA senior official Nomgcobo Jiba in the Western Cape High Court to interdict parliament has been postponed to the 19th of September.
Member of Parliament Zoleka Capa has condemned the killing of women over allegations of witchcraft. Capa was at Ndzondeni village in the Eastern Cape where two women were attacked for allegedly practicing witchcraft.
The Equality Court, sitting in the High Court in Johannesburg, has declared the public display of the apartheid flag as hate speech, saying it constitutes harassment.