International Relations Minister, Naledi Pandor says there's no justification for serious action against Ambassador to Denmark, Zindzi Mandela for her tweets that sparked an uproar on social media recently.
After four failed attempts, the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro council has finally passed the R12.6 billion operational budget for the 2019/20 financial year.
Johannesburg residents, living in high lying areas, may experience lower than normal water pressure from Monday 24 June, according to the city.
A warrant of arrest for National Assembly Speaker, Thandi Modise, has been put on hold by the Regional Court sitting in Potchefstroom in the North West.
The South African Weather Service has warned of heavy rains expected in the Western Cape on Friday, which could lead to flooding.
The City of Johannesburg will on Friday, outline interventions to lessen the impact of the impending water-shedding on its residents next week.
Former president Jacob Zuma is yet to confirm whether he will be available on the days that the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has requested him to appear before it.
The Speaker of National Assembly Thandi Modise says South Africans should do all they can to avoid racial tensions.
An Eskom employee has been arrested for soliciting a 30-thousand-rand bribe in Randburg, north of Johannesburg.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says now is the time that we have to make difficult choices that will not please everyone. Speaking during his State of the Nation Address Ramaphosa says that if goals set out in the NDP are to be met by the 6th administration, they must have specific targets towards which they must work.
A joint operation between Crime Intelligence officers from KwaZulu-Natal and those in Johannesburg has brought Durban's Victoria Street to a standstill.
The rush to get out of the Cape Town CBD is under way with a few hours to go before the State-of-the-Nation- Address (SONA).
Police believe they are moving in the right direction in investigating the killings of five middle-aged homeless men in Pretoria in the past month.
The Muckkeneuk and surrounding communities will on Thursday hold a vigil for the five homeless men that have been killed the past few weeks in the area.
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) says the deterioration of services at the Kopanong hospital in Vereeniging on the Vaal has reached crisis proportion.
Judgment in the culpable homicide trial of Duduzane Zuma will be handed down on July 12 at the Randburg Magistrate's Court.
The Muckelneuk and surrounding communities in Pretoria will hold a vigil on Thursday for the five homeless men who were killed over the past few weeks in the area.
The State maintains that Duduzane Zuma lost control of his vehicle before crashing into a taxi resulting in the death of a taxi passenger because he was driving negligently.
Criminologist and former head of the police's psychological investigating unit, Gerard Labuschagne, says that police will make a big mistake if they don't investigate the deaths of homeless people in Pretoria as the work of a serial killer.
The Randburg Magistrate's Court in Johannesburg is expected to hear closing arguments in the culpable homicide case of Duduzane Zuma on Thursday morning.
The Presiding Officers of Parliament Thandi Modise and Amos Masondo say they are ready for the official opening of Parliament on Thursday evening.
At least 30 shacks have been engulfed in a fire in Zandspruit, north of Johannesburg.
Young South Africans battling with drug addiction in Durban have called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to strengthen efforts to stop the infiltration of drugs into the country.
The youth has cautioned President Cyril Ramaphosa that the time for long-winded talk is over, and now is the time for the government to take serious measures to address the plight that youth face in the country.
Students from representative bodies of tertiary institutions across the country marched on the National Student Financial Aid Scheme offices in Cape Town.
Two KwaZulu-Natal paramedics have been shot and wounded in the Amatikwe area of Inanda, north of Durban. The incident happened in the early hours of Wednesday when they responded to a fake emergency call.
Former Public Enterprises minister Lynne Brown has again been implicated in wrongdoing at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
A high level investigation team of specialists have been tasked to investigate the deaths of homeless men in Pretoria, after a fifth body was found.
Residents of Alexandra Township, north of Johannesburg, have vowed to intensify their protests. The protests followed Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba's promise to rebuild the illegal structures which were demolished in May.
Traffic has been severely disrupted in Sandton, as a result of the march by disgruntled Alexandra residents.