Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha has warned police officers not to turn away women who report cases of abuse.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says a war is being waged against women's freedom and safety in South Africa as many are subjected to emotional and physical abuse.
Minister of Women Bathabile Dlamini says there has to be a policy that protects women in institutions of higher learning.
The official Women's Day programme is currently under way at the Mbekweni Youth Centre in Paarl, Western Cape.
As the country marks Women's Day, gender based violence remains a major concern for the country.
Crowds have begun to gather at the Mbekweni Youth Centre in Paarl where the national Women's Day celebration is taking place.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he is pleased that the online application system is now being embraced after it was largely rejected two years ago.
Professor Bongani Mayosi has been described as the epitome of black excellence and a community builder at a memorial service in East London.
Police in Bloemfontein have made a quick arrest following a cash heist that happened at a local filling station in the CBD.
The SABC on Wednesday has replied to a complaint by the DA to the BCCSA regarding the broadcast of a recorded statement by ANC President, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa on 31 July 2018.
Residents of Thembani Square, an informal settlement in Mbekweni, Paarl where President Cyril Ramaphosa will be delivering the key note address for the Women's Day celebration event say they hope he will address their challenges when he speaks on Thursday.
Amplifying and multiplying Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's feminist legacy is the theme of the Soul City Institute for Social Justice’s talk to mark Women's month.
As the country marks National Womens day, the Maseko family prepares to bury their daughter, Khensani Maseko, Rhodes University law student.
Gauteng Education says over 90 000 applicants for grades 1 and 8 in 2019 have not yet received school placements.
The National Sea Rescue Institute has confirmed two Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN) Sharks Board employees are dead.
The Mangosuthu University of Technology outside Durban has commissioned an external auditing firm to look into safety measures of its 17 residences.
NEHAWU and various health union members including DENOSA and PSA have shut down the Kagiso District Health facility at Kuruman in the Northern Cape.
Residents of Lawley south of Johannesburg are protesting against what they say is an impending land invasion in the area.
Rescue teams are searching for three Kwa Zulu-Natal Sharks Board employees who are thought to be missing after their boat got into difficulties earlier this morning off Richards Bay on the province's north coast.
The Academic Professional Staff Association(APSA) accuses Transport Minister Blade Nzimande of using his position while he was Higher Education Minister to appoint friends, cronies and relatives to head influential entities.
DNA has also linked the 27 year old with an ongoing murder trial in Mpumalanga province.
All four former officers were granted amnesty by the TRC but Nokuthula Simelane's family later re-opened the case.
Khensani Maseko committed suicide over the weekend after accusing her boyfriend of raping her in May this year.
The National Taxi Alliance says it fully supports the passing of the proposed bill on the road accident scheme.
The South African National Taxi Council (Santaco) in the North West has called on government to declare war between legal and illegal taxi operators a state of emergency.
Communal land owners wanting to sell their land should give the state first right to purchase
Military veterans in the Free State have accused government of failing them. They say they are poverty-stricken despite the immense role they played in the struggle.
Student leaders at Rhodes University in Makhanda in the Eastern Cape have described the late law student Khensani Maseko as gallant activist who frowned upon the abuse of women.
Academic activities have been halted at another tertiary institution in Limpopo
The Academic Professional Staff Association wants former Higher Education minister Blade Nzimande to be probed for alleged corruption.