About 500 people under the Community Work Programme (CWP) have marched to the Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Department (COGTA) offices over the alleged non-payment of stipends since March.
The DA plans to lodge a complaint with Parliament’s Joint Ethics and Members Interest against Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
The World Health Organisation has praised South Africa's approach in the easing of the nationwide lockdown by increasing community information programmes, screening and testing.
SABC News captures their voices in this weekly feature, COVID-19 Frontline Workers. This week Digital News producer Lebo Tshangela speaks to a petrol attendant about his experience with the coronavirus during the nationwide lockdown.
Professional football could return in South Africa later this month behind closed doors. Football authorities in the country are now speaking with one voice, and have already prepared a document with guidelines they will submit to government in the next couple of days.
Political parties have reacted differently to the reopening of schools under alert Level-3 of the national lockdown.
The Educators Union of South Africa says it is forging ahead with its court action against government. The union wants to interdict the reopening of schools in the country.
Thousands of Unisa students failed to write their online examinations last week after the system crashed.
England’s second tier Championship plans to resume play on June 20, more than three months after it was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the English Football League (EFL) said.
Snaking queues have formed at liquor outlets in parts of the country, including Chatsworth, south of Durban. Hundreds of people braved the cold since the early hours of this morning to purchase alcohol, fearing that they may not get another chance soon.
The Western Cape has recorded 22 new coronavirus related deaths, taking the province's death toll to 525 from the virus.
The Department of Basic Education says matric exams that were expected to be written in the middle of this year, have been postponed.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says teachers belonging to schools that have received personal protective equipment and met health standards must return to work for induction during the course of this week.
In his weekly letter to the nation, President Cyril Ramaphosa is emphatic that the safety of children is not negotiable and is government's foremost priority.
As the Level 3 Lockdown officially kicks off on Monday morning, more people are returning to work.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga is expected to give reasons why schools could not be reopened on Monday, as it was announced.
South Africa is moving to Level 3 national lockdown on Monday, 1 June. This follows President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that South Africa will be moving to alert Level 3 to curb the spread of the COVID-19.
A select group of Sri Lanka cricketers, mainly bowlers, will return to training on Monday, amid efforts to restart the game after the coronavirus shutdown, the cricket board said on Sunday.
Retail giant Target shuttered stores across the U.S. as retailers already reeling from closures due to the coronavirus pandemic shut stores amid protests that included looting in many U.S. cities on Sunday.
As the country moves to lockdown Level 3, religious institutions nationwide are deliberating if they will follow the National Coronavirus Command Council's (NCCC) decision that allows places of worship to resume services.
Western Cape Minister for Finance and Economic Opportunities, David Maynier, has called on all employers and employees to adhere to COVID-19 safety regulations as the country moves to Alert Level 3 on Monday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says a new State Enterprises Council will be appointed to advise the government on how to manage SOE's post-COVID-19.
Emirates airline said on Sunday it had made some staff redundant due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, with two company sources saying trainee pilots and cabin crew had been affected.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the COVID-19 special relief grant will only be paid for six months. He acknowledged the delays in payments, attributing it to technical glitches in the system.
The number of coronavirus cases in South Africa country has risen to 32 683 after the country recorded 1 716 new cases in the past 24 hours.
There is widespread confusion over whether schools will reopen on Monday for Grades 7 and 12 after Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga postponed a critical media briefing until Monday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he's convinced that the country will succeed in overcoming the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The Faculty of Engineering at the North West University in Potchefstroom has devised an app which can expeditiously help in the screening of learners.
The South African government is set to launch a procurement platform to service the entire Africa as the continent battles the coronavirus pandemic.
All competitive sport in Britain has been given the green light by the government to resume from 1 June behind closed doors and only when it is safe to do so.