The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) has expressed disappointment at unions not being further united in their fight for workers' rights - post the Marikana tragedy.
Some survivors of the Marikana tragedy on August 16, 2012, say the day should be declared a holiday to remember their fellow brothers who fought for better working conditions in the Platinum mining sector.
Mining firm Sibanye-Stillwater is currently involved in several activities to assist families of those killed in the Marikana tragedy in August 2012.
AMCU has expressed concern over miners' conditions of employment. This as thousands of AMCU members prepare to commemorate the 7th anniversary of the Marikana tragedy on Friday.
Gauteng police say at least 11 people have been arrested after foreign-owned businesses were looted and foreign nationals were attacked on Wednesday night in parts of Soweto.
Judge Gayaat Salie-Hlophe refused to set Jason Rohde free pending the outcome of his appeal against his sentence in the Supreme Court of Appeal.
Friday marks the 7th anniversary of the 2012 Marikana tragedy. Thirty four mine workers were shot and killed by police during a protracted wage strike on August 16 at the then Lonmin operations, now owned by Sibanye-Stillwater.
Former Minister of Public Enterprise Lynne Brown and former Western Cape Premier Ebrahim Rasool are among the 30 members of the interim provincial committee to lead the African National Congress (ANC) in the Western Cape.
The South African National Parks (SANParks) has opened the gates of 21 parks to visitors for free for eight days.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says it is the police's responsibility to protect everyone in the country, including foreign nationals who may be in South Africa illegally.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has warned that the recent court judgments against her will negatively affect the operations of her office.
The Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she will seek leave to appeal the ruling of the High Court in Pretoria that she should pay 7.5% of the costs in her personal capacity and her office 85% in the case which relates to her Vrede dairy farm report which was previously set aside as unconstitutional.
The eMadadeni Magistrate's Court in northern KwaZulu-Natal has withdrawn charges against Newcastle Mayor Ntuthuko Mahlaba.
Seven people are reported to have been arrested following the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto.
The investigating officer in the Colin Pillay triple murder trial, Kumarasan Pillay, is expected to continue his testimony in the High Court in Durban on Thursday morning.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says what happened in Marikana in the North West in August 2012 is a typical example of how some leaders handle problems in South Africa.
City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba says the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto is a result of the government's failure to secure the country's borders.
Police and Johannesburg Metro officers have conducted another late night raid in Hillbrow. Last week shops suspected of selling counterfeit goods were targeted.
Judgment will be delivered in the High Court in Cape Town on Thursday in the bail application of convicted murderer Jason Rohde.
Gauteng Economic Development, Agriculture and Environment MEC Kgosientsho Ramokgopa will on Thursday head to Soweto following the rampant looting of foreign national-owned shops in the area.
The City of Johannesburg is going ahead with plans to rebuild demolished structures in Alexandra, north of the city.
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has challenged Human Settlements and Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Lebohang Maile to put the municipality under administration.
Amathole District Municipality in the Eastern Cape has confirmed that workers have returned to work.
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) Commission of Inquiry has concluded its hearings into alleged impropriety.
Residents of Zimbaba village outside King William's Town in the Eastern Cape are calling on government to prioritise health services in rural communities.
The chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, the Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, has adjourned proceedings to Thursday in Parktown, Johannesburg.
The High Court in Port Elizabeth has postponed until October 7th the case of Pastor Timothy Omotoso and his two co-accused and for the defence counsel to petition the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA).
Members of the public have reacted with outrage to the pictures that the Basic Education Department Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga posted on his Twitter page in an apparent bid to promote reading.
Judge Irma Schoeman is on Wednesday expected to rule in an application to appeal against the indictment and authorised certificate in the sex case of pastor Timothy Omotoso in the High Court in Port Elizabeth.
The PIC Commission of Inquiry resumes.