Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has conceded that farm killing are a cause for concern.
Chippa United are in high spirits ahead of their Telkom Knock Out quarter-final match against Kaizer Chiefs at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday.
Spain on Friday issued an arrest warrant on sedition and other charges for former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont, who went to Brussels after his government was sacked following a declaration of independence.
Communications Workers Union, ( CWU), has filed a new wage dispute with the SABC after withdrawing its earlier dispute which had contained incorrect information.
Civil society says South Africans must take a stand against any attempt to censor investigative journalist Jacques Pauw and his new book 'The President's Keepers".
South Africa’s two highest courts have assisted social transformation in South Africa.
The University of Cape Town says further disruptions to the academic year will have devastating consequences for students.
Convicted Paralympian Oscar Pistorius will once again face off with the state as it attempts to have his six-year murder sentence increased to a harsher one.
United States President Donald Trump continues to advocate for the death penalty for the man accused of killing 8 people and injuring 12 more in an act of terror in New York City earlier this week.
Eastern Cape Transport Department has assured airline passengers between Mthatha and Johannesburg that technical problems that were experienced in the past two days have been resolved.
Consumers will pay more for brown bread due to a technical change contained in the recent Taxation Laws Amendment Bill 2017.
Members of the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) in Limpopo have embarked on a march to the provincial Health Department offices in Polokwane.
Activists from the advocacy group #UniteBehind have vowed to intensify their campaign to have President Jacob Zuma arrested.
Johannesburg's City Power is to lay criminal charges including against some of its sub-contractors for allegedly stealing R80 million worth of infrastructure.
Eskom's power cuts are having a negative impact on businesses around Sabie in Mpumalanga.
At least 15 million people suffer stroke worldwide each year. It’s estimated to 6 million of people that die from the stroke yearly, and the stroke claims lives twice than the AIDS.
Areas in North Riding, Randburg, have been warned by authorities not to drink their household water.
National Treasury has until Monday to review the social grants distribution process and come up with measures to resolve problematic issues between Social Security Agency, Sassa and the Post Office.
The Madadeni High Court in Newcastle has sentenced an armed robber, who was part of a gang that shot two people dead and wounded others on a farm in Swart Umfolozi, to two life sentences.
South Africans woke up to a fuel price hike on Wednesday morning that will have a domino effect on other necessities such as food. Motorists will pay 4c for a litre of 93 and 95 octane fuels and between 23c and 27c for diesel. Illuminating paraffin has also risen by 21c. According to reports, this […]
South African precious metals producer Sibanye-Stillwater confirmed on Wednesday that it had laid off more than 2,000 gold miners as it shuts its loss-making Cooke shafts where illegal mining syndicates have plagued its operations.
Former Higher Education Minister, Dr Blade Nzimande has warned that a reconfiguration of the manner in which the tripartite alliance works is needed if the alliance is to hold. Speaking to the SABC following a two day meeting last week between the ANC, SACP, COSATU and SANCO, Nzimande says the ANC must do more to […]
Belgian police detained four people over a foiled attack in 2015 on a high-speed train linking Brussels and Paris, federal prosecutors said on Monday. In August 2015 a machinegun-toting attacker wounded three people on a high-speed train before being overpowered by passengers, one in a series of militant attacks that has rocked Belgium and France over […]
Given the gloomy political and economic environment in South Africa a great deal was expected from Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s first budgetary statement. The Conversation’s Sibonelo Radebe asked Owen Skae to rate the medium term budget statement What are your general impressions of the speech? The minister’s opening remarks were encouraging but in the final analysis, […]