Police Minister Bheki Cele says he will ensure that seized and surrendered firearms will be destroyed regularly, to prevent them from being stolen from police storage facilities.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says a new model used to build better schools in the country will help in eradicating schools without water, sanitation and electricity.
Road infrastructure and development has come under the spotlight in the Eastern Cape. During a Morning Live election debate at Xolobeni in the Eastern Cape, various political parties raised concerns around difficulties encountered in travelling on the road leading to the Theophilus Tshangela Hall where the debate took place.
Learning in an old dilapidated mud hut and squatting in a collapsing old shop is a thing of the past for the children of Kliproots farm outside Dannhausser in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
The PIC Commission of inquiry continues on Wednesday in Pretoria.
Gun Free South Africa says the destruction of seized and surrendered firearms should happen more regularly, if police want to curb the flow of unlicensed guns in the country.
Violence and break-ins at schools will come under the spotlight during the Violence in Schools Summit which gets underway in Boksburg on Gauteng's Eastrand on Wednesday.
The academic future of students who are on the University Access Programme (UAE) at the University of the Free State remains uncertain.
The South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF) has described the robbing of an South African National Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) television news crew in Alexandra township, north of Johannesburg, as extremely worrying.
Nine people who were arrested on Sunday during violent clashes at the Dr Petrus Molemela stadium have been granted bail of R500 each by the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court.
Residents of Khayelitsha on the Cape Flats are still hoping to have their exorbitant water bills scrapped. The communities of iLitha and Khulani Park showed the SABC bills valued hundreds of thousands of rands.
A land claim protest led to a temporary closure of the N2 Garden Route. The amaFengu community blockaded the national road, hoisting placards and calling for President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) says the appearance of Gauteng Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation MEC , Faith Mazibuko, before it earlier on Tuesday is a clear indication that it deals with matters of concern without fear or favour.
More South Africans will now be able to access legal assistance. Legal Aid South Africa has amended its means test which assesses whether one can qualify for legal help.
With almost 195 burglaries and 55 robberies occur in commercial spaces daily; as we approach Easter holidays, cash volumes are expected to rise, making retailers vulnerable to such crimes.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC) crew has been robbed in Alex following a near hijacking.
Former IPID head, Robert McBride, has testified that the SAPS runs on a patronage system. Testifying before the State Capture Commission of Inquiry in Parktown, Johannesburg, he says officers are promoted to high level positions in exchange for favours from superiors.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has dismissed former SARS boss Tom Moyane's application to cross examine Public Enterprise Minister, Pravin Gordhan.
High traffic volumes are expected on the country's roads as holidaymakers and pilgrims leave for their Easter holiday destinations this weekend.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the Oakdale Secondary school in Ennerdale south of Johannesburg will under-go a major facelift.
Gauteng Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation MEC Faith Mazibuko is to appear before the Human Rights Commission on Tuesday, to answer to her utterances wherein she berates her executive managers for failure to deliver sports facilities last month.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo will deliver his decision on whether or not former SARS boss, Tom Moyane, can cross examine Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Mayor Herman Mashaba has abandoned his attempt to address the community of Alexandra, north of Johannesburg.
Claims of racism in the Mthatha judiciary have resulted in a protest involving legal professionals. Black lawyers and advocates have downed tools over alleged racism and favouritism in the city.
There is a strong presence at the Marlboro Community Centre, north of Johannesburg, where Mayor Herman Mashaba is meeting Alexandra community members.
Former Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) boss Robert McBride says one of his former subordinates was told to implicate him in wrongdoing in exchange for getting his job back.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) says all spheres of government, from provincial to municipal level, must account to the people of Alexandra.
According to the report, 63% of the country now lives in cities and this is where most crimes and violence is concentrated.
Dros rape accused Nicholas Ninow has been admitted to hospital. Department of Correctional Services spokesperson, Singabakho Nxumalo says Ninow reported to a medical facility in prison and the doctors then referred him to an external medical facility.
Parents of learners at Oakdale Secondary School in Ennerdale south of Johannesburg say, the dilapidated state of the school is not conducive for learning.