: Earth Hour is a global call for the protection of the planet and for people to take a stand against climate change.
The Road Traffic Management Corperation says it is ready to deal with the expected heavy traffic volumes on the country's major routes ahead of the Easter weekend.
As Human Rights Month draws to an end, People Opposing Women Abuse (Powa) says South Africans have become accustomed to high levels of gender based violence.
Metro police are directing traffic in the South of Johannesburg where several roads, including the Golden Highway, have been closed by protest action.
Police are investigating the cause of a crash in which four people were killed on the N2 at Paddock near Port Shepstone on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast.
A man has been arrested at the notorious Glebelands hostel in Umlazi, Durban for possession of an illegal firearm and ammunition.
Former PSL general manager Andile Ace Ncobo says president of the South African Football Association, Danny Jordaan, must do the honourable thing and resign from his position.
Amid a large police contingent and an imminent court appearance, the land invasion at Waterfall, Midrand was contained on Sunday.
Police have launched a manhunt for a group of armed suspects following a cash-in-transit heist along the R40 between Acornhoek and Hoedspruit, outside Phalaborwa in Limpopo on Saturday.
Parents of children in a Port Elizabeth Primary School are furious; they allege an NGO tested their children for HIV without their consent.
Twenty three people have been arrested for various traffic-related offenses in the Western Cape this weekend.
The Sol Plaatje Municipality in Kimberley is confident that it will meet its deadline to restore water supply to the city by midnight on Sunday.
Police divers have recovered a second body at Monwabisi Beach near Khayelitsha in Cape Town.
Eastern Cape police have declined to comment on the rape charges brought against SAFA president Danny Jordaan, saying his docket has not yet arrived in the province.
Five people have been arrested following the attempted invasions of vacant land in Waterfall, Midrand and Marlboro near Alexandra Township north of Johannesburg.
The Helen Suzman Foundation and civil rights organisation AfriForum have welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa's amendment of the regulations governing the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
March is human rights month. However, across the country many are waiting in vain for the rights to be fulfilled.
In Hammanskraal north of Pretoria, communities are reeling following the torrential rains.
Police have blocked more than 1 000 people from invading from an open field next to the Waterfalls Cemetery in Midrand, in the north of Johannesburg.
Despite the significant problems created by unethical leadership, corruption, and state capture under former president Jacob Zuma, President Cyril Ramaphosa has started significant processes towards recovery, the Chamber of Mines of South Africa said on Saturday.
The Sol Plaatje Municipality in Kimberley in the Northern Cape says despite small problems, the major water upgrade to the system is well under way.
Limpopo traffic authorities have advised motorists to be vigilant on the road as rainy weather conditions persist in some parts of the province.
A man has died and two others were seriously injured after being shot in an attempted hijacking on the M17 in Soshanguve North of Pretoria on Friday night.
The University of South Africa has suspended two employees following allegations of sexual harassment.
The City of Tshwane has suspended water supply to residents of the greater Hammanskraal precinct, north of Pretoria.
The Portfolio Committee on Agriculture says it is concerned about the spread of the H5N8 avian flu to African penguins along the coast of the Western Cape, especially at Boulders Beach as the African Penguins are an endangered species.
Johannesburg's Emergency Services has appealed to parents be vigilant of their children's whereabouts amid bad weather conditions and flooding.
Home Affairs clients who are queuing outside the offices in Tzaneen in Limpopo have urged Minister Malusi Gigaba to intervene to make sure that the offices are opened on Saturdays.
The Free State Education Department has launched the global Child Rights Online Platform in Bloemfontein to coincide with Human Rights Month.
South Africa and Nigeria have a duty to lead industrialisation in Africa, considering the low levels of beneficiation on the natural resources that the two countries are endowed with, Acting High Commission of South Africa to the Nigeria, Bobby Moroe said on Friday.