Allegations of bribery and nepotism have surfaced at the University of Venda. A senior student has been arrested by under cover police demanding payment to help facilitate the admission of a prospective student.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has called on members of the public to report all acts they perceive as corruption.
The National Teacher's Union has raised concerns about the non-payment of salary adjustments for Grade R educators which was due in 2017.
The mayor of Rustenburg municipality in North West has admitted that police have difficulties in dealing with the heightened crime, human and drug trafficking, including prostitution.
A small group of Kimberley residents took to the streets against femicide and woman abuse on Friday.This comes after a 28-year-old woman was killed last week.
Overvaal are receiving trauma counselling following protests outside the school.
The Abathembu Royal House in the Eastern Cape has welcomed the Supreme Court of Appeal decision to dismiss an appeal by struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
Four Eastern Cape pupils are among the eight that will represent South Africa in the International Moot Court Competition that starts on Saturday in the Hague in Netherlands.
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Deputy Director General for Mental Health Services in Gauteng, Hannah Jacobus, has revealed that it was former MEC Qedani Mahlangu who made the decision to terminate the long standing contract with Life Esidimeni.
The National Funeral Practitioners Association of South Africa (NAFUPA) says from the first of February 2018, non-black owned funeral companies will not be able to operate in predominantly black areas in South Africa.
The Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein has dismissed an appeal by struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
A bail application in a kidnap and murder case against two men accused of killing 56-year-old Lekoko Primary School teacher Thulisile Ngwenya of Riviera Park, is expected on Friday at the Molopo magistrate's court in North West.
Several learners from Hoerskool Overvaal in Vereeniging are receiving counselling for trauma caused by protests outside the school.
A large group of community members have gathered outside Hoerskool Overvaal in Vereeniging.
The Life Esidimeni hearings has resumed in in Parktown, Johannnesburg.
The Somerset West Regional Court has sentenced two alleged gangsters to life in prison for murder.
Former crime intelligence officer Lesiba Tshabalala "KGB" arrested on allegations of fraud, is on Friday expected to apply for bail in the Pretoria Special Commercial Crimes court.
There is calm on Friday morning at Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging as learners make their way to school.
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.