South Africa said on Friday that imposing restrictions on travellers from the country because of a newly identified COVID-19 variant was unjustified, after a British ban on flights from Southern African countries that others have followed.
Another witness has told the Life Esidimeni Inquest in the Pretoria High Court that the transfer of some patients was done in a hurry without due processes being followed.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has echoed the sentiments of other witnesses before the South Africa Human Rights Commission that the police were overwhelmed during the July civil unrest.
The South African National Defence Force's (SANDF) Major-General Siphiwe Sangweni says at least seven members of the defence forces were allegedly involved in bribery relating to the smuggling of weapons from the country earlier this year.
The North West Department of Health says flooding at the Tshepong Hospital severely affected the smooth running of the hospital, daily activities.
The South African government says the United Kingdom was hasty in its decision to put South Africa back on the country's travel ban list. International Relations Minister, Naledi Pandor says government will engage with British authorities to get them to reconsider their decision.
Former Life Esidimeni employee Nonceba Sennelo has told the inquest into the deaths of 144 mentally-ill patients that they were denied funding prior to patients being moved to new facilities.
The eThekwini Municipality has implemented water restrictions in the central, southern and western areas of the city. This is due to ongoing challenges in fixing a shaft pump at the Durban Heights Water Treatment Works.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) hearing into the July 2021 unrest in South Africa continues on Friday.
A man has been sentenced to two life terms by the High Court in Thohoyandou, Limpopo, for murdering two taxi bosses.
Gift of the Givers are still providing relief efforts in the Garden Route town of George for both humans and animals affected by Monday's heavy rains which led to flash floods.
Nearly 20 life-changing facial reconstructive surgeries for children as young as three months will take place in the Northern Cape during the course of this week and next week.
The Gauteng Department of Health has confirmed a cluster outbreak of suspected food poisoning in the West Rand. The food poisoning is suspected to have occurred at the funeral of an elderly woman in Kagiso last week.
Former Gauteng Health Department Mental Health Director, Dr Mmakgabo Manamela, didn't reply to funding requests by the Life Esidimeni Group prior to moving patients to other facilities. This is according to the testimony of former Life Esidimeni employee Nonceba Sennelo.
Parents at Siloam outside Thohoyandou in Limpopo believe there is a criminal syndicate behind the spae of school burglaries in the area. This after, the Siloam Primary School was burgled into by unknown suspects.
Mkhambathini residents near Pietermaritzburg in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands have marched against the abuse of women and children allegedly by some religious leaders in the area.
Media briefing on the outcomes of the Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, 23 November 2021.
The Minister for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, has emphasised the importance of economic participation for women to help end gender-based violence.
Deputy Police Minister, Cassel Mathale says the fight against Gender-Based Violence and Femicide is a 365 day a year strategy.
The Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth, and Persons with Disabilities, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane launches the 16 Days of Activism Campaign at the Zoe Bible Church, 11764 Nongqawe St in Zone 6, Pimville, Johannesburg.
Former SABC Lesedi FM Station Manager, Dirara Mokoena has passed away. Family Spokesperson Reggie Mmotsi says Mokoena died from cancer in the hospital.
Police in the Western Cape have launched the province's 16 Days of Activism campaign of No Violence against Women and Children, calling on each citizen to be an activist against this type of violence.
A 36-year-old traditional healer has been found guilty of raping and kidnapping his female clients at KwaDabeka west of Durban.
The newly elected Executive Mayor of Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality Councillor Khumalo Molefe together with his counterpart at the Mahikeng Local Municipality, Tshepiso Mphehlo, visited the Mmabatho Water Treatment plant in Mahikeng earlier this morning.
Residents from the Riemvasmaak informal settlement in Kimberley in the Northern Cape have blockaded streets in protest over lack of electricity and sanitation
Former Newcastle Mayor, Dr Ntuthuko Mahlaba has been sentenced to a fine of R20 000 or two years imprisonment in the Newcastle Regional Court.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has told the Special Tribunal Court that some companies contracted to deep clean and sanitise Gauteng schools were sometimes paid 27 times more than what was previously paid to other service providers.
A 63-year-old man from Kwambonambi, in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the rape of his 15-year-old granddaughter.
Former Minister, Bathabile Dlamini has pleaded 'not guilty' to the perjury charges against her. Dlamini is on Wednesday appearing in the Johannesburg Magistrates Court on charges of perjury related to her testimony at an inquiry established by the Constitutional Court into her role in the 2017 social grant crisis.
The National Shelter Movement of South Africa (NSMSA) is urging government and corporate decision-makers to recognise the valuable role that shelters play in disrupting the cycle of gender-based violence (GBV).