Taxi organisations that used a large motorcade to protest through the Pretoria CBD say their aim is to show that their industry is not xenophobic.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation says it accepts Tuesday's court judgement in their case against Afriforum CEO Ernst Roets regarding his display of the old South African flag.
MEC Lebogang Maile also announced that they will soon be blacklisting a number of construction companies after billions worth of building projects were abandoned.
The SABC says it has met almost all the preconditions set by the National Treasury for it to receive the three billion rand injection it has requested.
The Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande, says he is aware of challenges at the University of Zululand on the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal.
The South African National Taxi Council (SANTACO) in Tshwane says Tuesday's motorcade by taxi associations through the Pretoria CBD is to set the record straight regarding false perceptions towards the taxi industry.
The High Court in Johannesburg has found that lobby group Afriforum's CEO Ernst Roets was not in contempt of court for posting a picture of the old South African flag on twitter.
The Durban University of Technology (DUT) has dismissed claims that there are poor security controls on its campuses.
South Africa's delegation to the United Nations General Assembly in New York will be at pains to dispel views that South Africa is xenophobic.
The Court ordered the state to stop mass surveillance activities and ensure extra safeguards when the state applies for authorisation to intercept communications of journalists or lawyers.
The South Gauteng High Court has found parts of the RICA act inconsistent with the constitution.
The City of Cape Town says water levels are about 10 percent higher than last year.
The Western Cape government has welcomed the extension of the deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to crime-ridden areas of the province until March 31, 2020.
It has been reported that some rural women do not report gender-based violence for fear of being judged by their communities.
Judgment in the Nelson Mandela Foundation's urgent case against the lobby group AfriForum's CEO Ernst Roets, is expected to be handed down on Tuesday in the Equality Court sitting in the High Court in Johannesburg.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for a joint sitting of the National Assembly to discuss a new approach to combating gender-based violence in the country.
Police had to use tear gas to disperse University of Zululand students who were trying to block the N2.
The Presidency has confirmed that President Cyril Ramphosa has extended the deployment of the SANDF forces to crime-affected areas in the Western Cape. The deployment of the army to the Western Cape was scheduled to officially end on Monday.
Many South Africans have recently called upon the reinstatement of the death penalty to curb violent crime, such as murder and sexual assault.
The Witbank Magistrate's Court in Mpumalanga has granted R200 000 bail to Mpumalanga businessman, Sam Shabalala.
The state says their decision to call the girl who was raped at a Dros Restaurant in Pretoria when she was seven years old, to testify, was the right call to make as the judge rejected Nicholas Ninow's version that he acted impulsively.
Consortium for Refugees and Migrants in South Africa, Maluti Phiri says refugees seeking to have their papers processed at the Desmond Tutu Refugee Reception Centre in Marabastad in Tshwane encounter a lot of challenges.
Johannesburg's Metrobus management is locked in a meeting with union DEMAWUSA in an effort to end the workers' strike.
The South African National Taxi Council(SANTACO), says it welcomes the commission of inquiry appointed by Gauteng Premier David Makhura to look into the taxi violence in the province.
The High Court in Pretoria has found Nicholas Ninow guilty of rape, possession of drugs and defeating the ends of justice.
Attorney at TGR Attorneys Justin Ramages says there was no consideration given to the victims of convicted rapist Bob Hewitt, in the decision to grant him parole.
Residents living near the Sedibeng Regional Sewer Scheme in Sebokeng, in the Vaal area, will meet with the Deputy Minister of Water and Sanitation, David Mahlobo, on Monday.
The women of OR Tambo District in the Eastern Cape are to hold a Women's Dialogue with President Cyril Ramaphosa in Lusikisiki on Monday.
The High Court in Pretoria is expected to deliver judgement in Dros Rape case on Monday.
Municipal workers union - DEMAWUSA - has distanced its members from any acts of intimidation against non-striking Metrobus workers.