Vandalism and theft have been blamed for the shortage of water in Thulamahashe, Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga. Thulamahashe Extension C residents walk for long distances to access clean water.
Nearing 100, Gitu Wa Kahengeri clearly remembers the day when, as a prisoner of Kenya’s colonial occupier Britain, he wanted to die.
Journalist Ranjeni Munusamy has abandoned her application to cross-examine two witnesses, who implicated her at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
A Michigan town wants machines to speed up counting of absentee ballots.
The former chairman of Limpopo PSL club and founder of the defunct NSL club, Rabali Blackpool FC, Peter Rabali will be buried on Sunday at Ha-Rabali village in Nzhelele, outside Louis Trichardt, in Limpopo.
The importance of undertaking clinical trials for a vaccine in Africa has dominated discussions at a webinar about COVID-19 and vaccine development on the continent.
The City of Johannesburg's Finance MMC Jolidee Matongo has welcomed proposals that councillors should not get salary increases this year.
The African National Congress (ANC) Veterans League in Limpopo has criticised the ANC National Executive Council’s decision to reinstate the two senior officials who had been suspended for their alleged involvement in the looting and collapse of the now-defunct VBS Mutual Bank.
Foreign mine workers have begun returning to South African mines, though at a slower rate than hoped, as the industry rebuilds output after the easing of the coronavirus lockdown, the Minerals Council said on Thursday.
Tiger Woods announced on Thursday that he will compete at next week’s Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, the 15-times major champion’s first PGA Tour event in five months.
The murder case against Muzikayise Malephane, the man accused of killing 28-year-old Tshegofatso Pule, has been postponed in his absentia at the Roodepoort Magistrates court, west of Johannesburg.
The Department of Labour in the Western Cape has closed down the George and Thembalethu magistrates' courts in George, in the Southern Cape, for non-compliance with COVID-19 safety regulations. Two factories were also shutdown.
Two police stations in the Free State have been closed after members tested positive for COVID-19.
Eskom has warned that there may be delays in restoring power to areas without electricity.
An independent United Nations expert has determined that the United States drone strike that killed a top Iranian Commander in Iraq in January this year represented a violation of international law.
Rhodes University in the Eastern Cape has welcomed the first group of returning students at the institution after months of no schooling on campus due to COVID-19.
The City of Johannesburg has assured the Gauteng Executive Council (EXCO) that it will comply with the council's directive to pass a municipal budget by Friday.
Over a thousand Joburg Metro Police who graduated in November 2019 claim they are being used as a political football.
Kenyan protesters set a police station on fire after an officer allegedly shot and killed a man for hawking fake hand sanitiser, according to a police report seen by Reuters on Monday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has focused his weekly letter to the nation on the need to protect the elderly and those with underlying health conditions in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Prosecutors have asked a judge to schedule a Friday court appearance in New York for Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend and longtime associate of the late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
The state says it is in negotiations with former VBS Financial Officer, Phillip Truter. The state says he plans to plead guilty and serve his sentence. Truter has been granted R50 000 bail.
Non-profit religious organisation, the South African Hindu Dharma Sabha, has filed cases of crimen injuria against two Durban pastors.
Elton John on Monday became the second artist to be honoured by Britain’s Royal Mint with a commemorative coin paying tribute to the decorated British singer-songwriter.
Seven-time Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson has become the first NASCAR driver to test positive for COVID-19 and will miss this weekend’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Hendrick Motorsports said on Friday.
As Americans marked their Independence Day Weekend, two sharply contrasting messages emerged from the two leading candidates running for President.
Real Madrid took a huge step towards the La Liga title, to provisionally move seven points clear of fierce rivals Barcelona.
The South African National Defense Force (SANDF) says the members deployed to the Eastern Cape come with a variety of skill sets that will assist the province in stemming the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The number of people killed in protests in Ethiopia following the slaying of a popular singer has jumped to 156 from the initial tally of 80, a senior regional security official told Reuters on Sunday.
The National Treasury says increasing government's expenditure will not necessarily translate into economic growth.