Deputy Director for Mental Health Services in Gauteng, Hannah Jacobus, has accused her former boss Dr Makgabo Manamela of lying under oath.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has sought to clarify her request for the scope on the inquiry into state capture to be widened.
The Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein will on Friday hand down judgment in the Mandela home ownership dispute.
The Deputy Director for Mental Health Services in Gauteng does not believe she should resign over the bungled Life Esidimeni tragedy which resulted in the deaths of 143 psychiatric patients.
The National Prosecuting Authority says engagements with Gutpa linked consultancy firm McKinsey were positive.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Metro has strongly condemned allegations that its tap water poses a risk of the Listeriosis bacteria.
Fifteen people have been arrested following the petrol bombing of a police vehicle outside Hoerskool Overvaal in Vereeniging.
Human Rights Watch (HRW), Southern Africa Director, Dewa Mavhinga says the Life Esidimeni deaths have been the standout issue of human rights violations in the past year.
Eight Alfred Nzo District Municipality officials and a businessman have been arrested by the Hawks in an early morning raid.
A senior official from the Mental Health Services in the Gauteng Health Department has conceded that proper procedures were not followed in issuing licences to NGOs that received mentally-ill patients from Life Esidmeni.
The Hawks arrested eight officials and a business man from the Alfred Nzo District Municipality in the Eastern Cape on Thursday morning.
Social Development Bathabile Dlamini is adamant that her department has done nothing wrong, accusing the media of demonising her.
Parents of learners at Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging in the Vaal say they fear for the safety of their children. This follows Wednesday’s violent protest in which eight people were wounded and at least 10 arrested.
The Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearing has resumed following a six-week long adjournment.
Police spokesperson Vuyo Mhaga says stability will make it possible to restore public confidence in the South African Police Services (SAPS).
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has disputed allegations that Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) demanded R1.3 billion from the embattled social security agency Sassa for alleged breach of contract.
Metrorail says the planned resumption of its central line service in Cape Town Thursday morning has been postponed due to a train derailment between Heideveld and Netreg near the Epping Industrial Area.
Unisa management says it will continue wage negotiations with its workers that are affiliated to trade union, Nehawu, until they reach an agreement.
The Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings are expected to resume on Thursday following a six-week adjournment.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says the position of Hawks head has been advertised.
Employees at DUT in Durban say they have lost confidence in Vice Chancellor Professor Thandwa Mthembu after he failed to engage with them three days into their protected strike.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says more than 5 000 school teachers have been identified by the Department of Basic Education as being under qualified for their teaching positions.
Suspended Gauteng Mental Health Director Dr Makgabo Manamela has resigned. She was undergoing a disciplinary process after she was charged with gross misconduct for her role in the Life Esidimeni tragedy.
The State is continuing to call witnesses in the culpable homicide trial of Omesh Ramnarain at the Durban Regional Court.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says an advertisement for the position of Hawks head has been published.
Lawyers of the five men accused of intimidating and extorting restaurant and nightclub owners in Cape Town say further delays in their bail application amount to an infringement of their human rights.
Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, has cancelled his appearance at Hoerskool Overvaal in Vereeniging at the Vaal.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says suspended crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli has been relieved of his duties with immediate effect.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has confirmed those summonses were formally served to two companies Trillian and McKinsey for deals they had with Eskom and Transnet.
Proud parents of grade R and one learners have taken to Social Media to post pictures of their children as they enter their first day of schooling.