Retired Judge Robert Nugent re-enforced all the recommendations in his final SARS report when he appeared before the standing committee on finance in Parliament on Wednesday.
The Pretoria Magistrates' Court will give, on Thursday morning, judgement in the bail application of a primary school teacher accused of sexually assaulting more than 20 learners.
The South African Union of Students says it is prepared to call off the current shutdown of universities by this weekend. The organisation says it will wait for an announcement from Higher education Minister Naledi Pandor, following a meeting she held with them last week, before it does so.
The Gauteng Education Department says it is going to implement the no work no pay policy to all teachers who took part in Wednesday's Cosatu shutdown protests.
Opposition parties in Parliament have for the second consecutive day criticised President Cyril Ramaphosa for not taking action when things were going wrong in the country in the past few years.
The South African National Editors’ Forum says it held a constructive meeting with The Minister of Communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams following an incident covered by the SABC where the minister was recorded blocking journalists from covering the ANC manifesto launch in the Eastern Cape.
The Free Education Movement at the University of the Free State is threatening to embark on action aimed at totally shutting down the institution in support of students who have not registered for the 2019 academic year.
South African power utility Eskom cut electricity for a fourth straight day on Wednesday, as the department of public enterprises warned the struggling state-owned firm needed a cash injection by April to survive.
Senior Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at the University of the Western Cape, Kelly Gillespie, says though government is taking steps at ending gangsterism, more should be done.
The university management says it will continue to engage with student leaders and other relevant role players to reach amicable solutions.
Religious leaders are expected to gather at the Rhema Bible Church, north of Johannesburg on Wednesday morning for the first ever religious summit.
Eskom says it will resume Stage -3 loadshedding starting from 8:00 to 23: 00 on Wednesday.
The family of 20-year-old Durban University of Technology (DUT) student Mlungisi Madonsela is calling for a swift police investigation into his death.
The Seshego Magistrate's court in Limpopo has postponed the rape and fraud case of a pastor until the 18th of February.
Police have fired rubber bullets and teargas as hundreds of protesters from four wards of Libode based Nyandeni municipality in the Eastern Cape as protests became violent when Mayor Mesuli Ngqondwana tried to address them
The minister of Communications, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, says that the Ministry of Communications has been mandated to spearhead and lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution, working with other stakeholders within and outside government. Minister Ndabeni-Abrahams participated in a meeting of the Portfolio Committee on Telecommunications and Postal Services earlier on Tuesday. This was the first engagement between […]
The 42 year old man accused of stabbing his 92 year old grandmother and eating her flesh has been formally charged with murder by the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate's Court.
The High Court in Polokwane has ruled against the Limpopo Education Department in a matter involving Makangwane High School in Senwabarwana whose classrooms have been declared unsafe.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has rejected reports suggesting that medical negligence claims against the state have gone up due to negligence by medical practitioners.
Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) head Robert McBride is heading back to the high court in Pretoria on Monday morning to fight for his job.
Some learners could find themselves without teachers in schools on Wednesday.
Eskom has announced the implementation of Stage-three load shedding nationwide from 8am on Tuesday until 11pm.
The murder trial of a suspect arrested in connection with the killing of a 9-year-old Shallcross girl in a botched hijacking last year starts in the Durban High Court on Tuesday.
The South African Teacher's Union says they fully support their member at San Souci Girls' High School in Cape Town, who was seen slapping a Grade 9 learner in a video that has gone viral on social media.
NB: The story contains graphic information that can upset sensitive listeners, including children... A man accused of stabbing his 92-year-old grandmother to death and eating her flesh is expected to appear on Tuesday in the Pietermaritzburg Magistate's Court.
The Mayor of Cape Town, Dan Plato, has called for combined efforts to deal with the issue of the outstanding restitution claimants of District Six.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the government will ensure the independence of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).
The Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions, Willie Hofmeyr will on Tuesday morning conclude his testimony at the Mokgoro Enquiry in Centurion, south of Pretoria.
The 53rd commemoration of the 1966 forced removals at District Six is underway at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town.
The demand for student accommodation at Nelson Mandela University in the Port Elizabeth outweighs the existing supply.