The SA National Defence Force says there is nothing strange about Brian Molefe being called up work with them, as he has been an honorary Colonel and a reservist since 2009.
Four hundred and ninety five (495) people lost their lives on trains or railway lines in the year ending March 2017.
One of the three key witnesses in the deaths of 143 mentally ill patients, suspended Gauteng Mental Health Director Makgabo Manamela is expected to testify when the Life Esidimeni hearings resume in Parktown, Johannesburg Monday morning.
Two suspects have been arrested following a taxi hijacking in Soweto in which three passengers were shot and injured.
Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has welcomed thousands of members of the Nazareth Baptist Church- also known as the Shembe church at his eNyokeni Royal Palace in Nongoma in northern KwaZulu-Natal. The Nazarites spent the weekend celebrating the fifth Sabbath and Dance Royal Ceremony. The ceremonies are seen as an effort to reconcile the two groups. […]
With the festive holidays just weeks away, road safety is fully in the spotlight
Parliament has confirmed that it has received a serious complaint against one of its members and that it has asked the ethics committee to probe the matter.
Government is set to spend eight billion rand to improve rail infrastructure and trains in the Western Cape.
A small group of women rights activists is marching from Kaizergracht to Parliament to demand an end to gender based violence.
Two people have been killed in a head-on collision between two cars at the intersection of Alpine road and Umngeni Road in Durban.
Three people have been killed and six others seriously injured in two separate incidents in and around Nkowankowa outside Tzaneen in Limpopo.
As South Africa marks national disability month from November 3 to December 3, many people with disabilities are still facing discrimination when accessing the labour market.
The Western Cape is continuing to bare the brunt of the country's worst drought in a century with dam levels hovering at 36%.
A 13-year-old boy has drowned in the Kleinmond lagoon in the Overstrand Municipality in the Western Cape.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has criticised the use of the old South African flag.
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister, Des Van Rooyen, has conceded that fraud and corruption in municipalities is prevalent, and that it is hampering the provision of service delivery.
Zimbabweans gathered in Pretoria on Saturday to demand the removal of President Robert Mugabe praised their country’s military led by General Constantino Chiwenga for this week’s intervention which has shaken the 93-year-old’s 37-year rule.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has noted with concern what it deems as harassment to one of the public broadcaster’s Journalists, Mike Maringa, at the Beit Bridge Boarder on Friday.
SADTU in KwaZulu-Natal says school governing bodies should be managing nutrition programmes.
The construction of the N2 Wild Coast toll road in the Eastern Cape is finally under way, 15 years after it was first proposed.
Residents of Rustenburg in the North West have called on police to immediately deal with drug abuse, human trafficking and the existence of brothels in the area.
Police in Mpumalanga are committed to intensifying their crime fighting campaigns as the festive season approaches.
The KwaZulu-Natal Tender Tribunal has ordered the provincial Education Department to restart the tender process for the schools nutritional programme after allegations of corruption.
Four people have been killed and five others injured after an ambulance and another vehicle collided on the N17 at the Leandra Toll Plaza in Mpumalanga.
Five people have been shot dead outside a supermarket in Dlangezwa Township near the University of Zululand on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast.
There was an altercation between the police and SABC TV crew at the entrance of Beitbridge border post into Zimbabwe.
As the World commemorates World Premature Baby Day, calls are being made for bigger and more spacious Neonatal Intensive care units to accommodate premature babies. Doctor Natasha Rhoda, a Neonatologist at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town says mothers also need to be allocated big enough spaces to bond with their premature babies. “Unfortunately, at […]
Students' organisation Cosas has threatened to shut down all schools and universities next year unless government implements free tertiary education.
The Pietermaritzburg High Court has convicted two men who killed a farmer earlier this month at Vryheid in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
An SABC TV news crew has described ill-treatment by police at the entrance of the Beit bridge border post near Musina as harrowing.