The Alexandra Shutdown Committee says they are looking forward to Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba's visit to the township on Monday.
Police have managed to quell two separate service delivery protests in Hillbrow in the Johannesburg CBD and Ennerdale south of Johannesburg on Monday morning.
Two suspects will appear in the Brits Magistrate's Court on Monday on charges of being in possession of 167 rhino horns worth millions of rand.
Former Executive Director of IPID, Robert McBride is scheduled to continue testifying at the judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Parktown, Johannesburg, on Monday morning.
Classes are expected to resume at Freedom Park secondary school in Soweto on Monday.
The Human Rights Commission says the plight of Alexandra residents shouldn't be used as an elections tool and want their grievances to be addressed by government.
A gospel concert was held in Mbombela to pray for zero fatalities on the roads and to call for an end to gender based violence.
Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, has called on District Six land claimants in Cape Town to reach consensus if they want successful restitution.
This month marks 25 years of democracy in South Africa. The country's first democractic election took place on 27 April 1994.
The District Six Working Committee has called on Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, to ensure restitution in District Six takes place before her term ends.
The fate of SABC Chief Operating Officer, Chris Maroleng is in the hands of the SABC's newly appointed board.
Two home affairs officials are expected to appear in court soon, after they were arrested for fraud at Richmond in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands.
Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, will be the keynote speaker on Sunday morning at a meeting of the District Six restitution claimants in Cape Town.
The house of traditional leadership in Limpopo has called on the Ramabulana family to resolve the kingship dispute that is currently before the courts.
There were lots of smiles at Garies in the Northern Cape as the Non-Government Organisation, Gift of the Givers, brought some relief to the drought-stricken area.
The rural Nkandla municipality in northern KwaZulu-Natal has earmarked R2 million for the provision of skills training for unemployed youth in the 2019/2020 financial year.
The City of Cape Town will be installing 159 CCTV cameras at various public transport interchanges and MyCiTi stations across Cape Town to monitor its various transport facilities.
A former KwaZulu-Natal public prosecutor who is facing corruption charges at the Durban Specialised Commercial Crimes Court has been released on R3 000 bail.
The Human Rights Commission in Gauteng will convene an inquiry next Thursday to find a solution to the issues plaguing residents at the Alexandra township north of Johannesburg.
Kimberley police remain on high alert following a violent scuffle between artisanal miners and Ekapa Mine security guards.
There have been mixed reactions from residents in Limpopo following the ruling by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) on the VhaVenda kingship.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has given Freedom Park Secondary School in Eldorado Park until Monday to resume classes or be shutdown.
Political parties have welcomed the appointment of eight new board members to fill vacancies on the SABC board.
Kagiso residents have called off their protest. This after community leader received feedback from Eskom.
More blame games and pointing of figures in the Alexandra debacle continues between political parties.
Members of the Social Housing Tenants Uprising movement have threatened to bring Gauteng province to a standstill if Premier David Makhura doesn't respond to their demands within seven days.
Former Independent Police Investigative Directorate boss, Robert McBride, says law enforcement heads were targeted for tackling corruption cases.
Tshwane mayor, Stevens Mokgalapa, has left the Gomorrah informal settlement in Pretoria West without addressing the crowd.
The Deputy Ministers of Land Reform, Human Settlements and Environmental Affairs have assured residents of a forestry community near Knysna in the Southern Cape that their houses will be rebuilt.
Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi is visiting Freedom Park Secondary school in Soweto after learners allegedly attacked police.