The Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings into the deaths of 141 mentally ill patients will resume in Parktown, Johanesburg this morning.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) has expressed disappointment on the Heher Fees Commission report's recommendation that free education is not feasible.
Glenda Gray of the Medical Research Council says the stigma surrounding HIV remains a global challenge. She was speaking during an HIV conference that is currently taking place in Cape Town. Hundreds of Aids researchers from more than 50 countries gathered for the 13th Aids Impact Conference, which ends Wednesday. About 7-million people live with […]
Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba, has commended the police for their swift arrest of a suspect in connection with the assault of a Metro Police Officer at the weekend.
A progress report into the killings at Glebelands hostel in KwaZulu-Natal will come under scrutiny in Parliament on Tuesday morning. The SAPS is expected to brief the Police Portfolio Committee on how it’s dealing with the problem. There will also be a briefing on the recent stolen firearms at two Western Cape Police stations. The […]
Polokwane businessman and double murder accused Rameez Patel will continue his bail application in the Polokwane Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
Former Higher Education deputy minister, Mduduzi Manana, has apologised to the women that he assaulted in August this year.
The Constitutional Court, in Johannesburg, is on Tuesday, expected to hear a case involving the 20 year time limit on reporting sexual abuse from the time it was committed.
Students at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein have rejected the Fees Commission Report.
Clinical psychologist Carolie Trotter alleges the 143 deceased mentally-ill patients were tortured to death after being transferred to unlicensed and ill-equipped NGO’s.
Former Higher Education Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana has been sentenced to 12 month in prison or a R100 000 fine by the Randburg Magistrate’s Court north of Johannesburg
President Jacob Zuma has finally released the Fees Commission report which recommends that South Africa increase spending on tertiary education, especially for poor students.
The Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings into the deaths of the 143 mentally-ill patients are continuing.
Former Higher Education deputy minister, Mduduzi Manana, will know his fate following his assault convictions, on Monday.
The Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings into the deaths of the 143 mentally-ill patients has resumed.
Emergency Medical Services union Hospersa is considering withdrawing their members from the Department of Health.
Two children and their parents are fighting for their lives at a Durban hospital after they were injured when their shack burnt down at Forman informal settlement near Springfield in Durban.
The Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he cannot understand why some people are resisting the Education Amendment Bill which promises equal admissions and opportunities to all scholars.
The City of Johannesburg's Mayoral Committee Member for Public Safety, Michael Sun, says the mob of church congregants who attacked a JMPD officer in Hillbrow on Sunday must face the full might of the law.
The High Court in Cape Town is on Monday expected to decide whether to allow a psychologist to testify on behalf of triple murder accused, Henri van Breda.
An unknown number of criminals broke into the offices, stealing 50 meters of copper cable worth 2 million rand.
Incidents of mob justice continue unabated in many communities around Rustenburg in the North West, despite calls by the police to allow the law to take its course.
The community of Sekgakgageng outside Mokopane in Limpopo is shocked and saddened by the deaths of three children who were allegedly poisoned by snacks they picked up from the street.
Acu has called on President Jacob Zuma to immediately release the Commission report on the feasibility of no-fee education.
Police in Acornhoek Bushbuckridge Mpumalanga are investigating cases of arson and intimidation amongst others a residents of Arthur City in Acornhoek went on a rampage on Saturday and attacked five families.
The police in the Eastern Cape police are searching for three awaiting trail prisoners who escaped from police custody at the Elliotdale Police Station.
Members of the Student Representative Council (SRC) at the University of Cape Town (UCT) say they will meet on Monday to discuss what they call a militant environment on campus.
Jacob Zuma has no plans to announce a programme for free higher education until he reviews the report of a commission studying the feasibility of such a programme, his office said in a statement on Sunday.
One of the two pupils who went missing last Thursday has been found dead at the railway station near the Bluff in Durban. Police spokesperson Thembeka Mbhele says the two ten-year-olds did not return from Clairwood Primary School on Thursday afternoon and were reported missing on the following day. Mbhele says one of them was […]
Former Finance Minister and ANC MP Pravin Gordhan have rubbished claims that he wrote the book by Jacques Pauw, “The President's Keepers".