The Minister of Higher Education, Science, and Innovation, Dr. Blade Nzimande, says the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the country's ailing economy have had devastating effects on the 2020/2021 academic calendar.
Surgical patients in Limpopo complain that they sometimes have to wait for months to be operated on due to backlogs at provincial hospitals.
AmaZulu King MisuZulu kaZwelithini has begun the process of getting married.
Former Free State Agriculture MEC, Mosebenzi Zwane, has denied that he took a gospel choir from his home town of Vrede to India instead of the intended beneficiaries of the Vrede Farm Estina Project.
The murder case against the two men accused of murdering farm manager, Brendin Horner, has been postponed to 4 June 2021 in the Senekal magistrate's court in the Free State.
Provincial Head of Health, Dr Keith Cloete, says they will be making recommendations to Parliament regarding gatherings in the province, and avoiding non-essential travel.
Police Minister, Bheki Cele says the private sector has been roped in to help deal with the DNA- evidence sample backlog at the National Forensic Science Laboratory.
Deputy Correctional Services Minister, Phatekile Holomisa, says officials having sex with inmates is a huge embarrassment to the department.
Two men accused of the murder of 21-year-old Paul Roux farm manager Brandin Horner are expected to appear in the Senekal magistrate court later on Friday.
A Zimbabwean national has been sentenced to five years behind bars at the Mothibistad Magistrate's Court near Kuruman in the Northern Cape for fraudulently manufacturing, issuing and selling Zimbabwean and South African drivers licenses as well as asylum seeker temporary permits and passports.
The National Department of Health says, while the increase in new COVID-19 infections is worrying, South Africa has not yet hit a third wave of infections.
The Health Department says it's prepared for a possible third wave of COVID-19 in South Africa.
Over 100 low-risk inmates who were released in 2020 as part of efforts to minimise and combat the spread of COVID-19, have been rearrested for committing serious crimes such as murder.
Gauteng police have arrested suspects in two separate cases and recovered three unlicensed firearms, four stolen vehicles and suspected stolen property on the West Rand.
Pro-Palestinian supporters have demanded among others free visa entry to South Africa for people from that country and a total shutdown of the embassy in Israel.
Locals say hundreds of thousands of rands of damage was caused after the house of a chief, community library and a bakery were burnt down at Ha-Tshikonelo village outside Thohoyadou in Limpopo.
The Modjadji royal family has distanced itself from a decision by the royal council to deviate from the matrilineal monarchs of the Balobedu dynasty in Limpopo.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical role nurses play in the health care sector. That's the view of the South African Nurses Council as the world marks International Nurses Day on Wednesday.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says they hope to have concluded their probe into alleged multi-billion rand personal protective equipment (PPE) corruption in the country by the end of August.
The Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) will meet next month, following a complaint against the two judges who were appointed to preside the Arms Deal Commission, Willie Seriti and Hendrick Musi.
The North West Social Development Department has deployed officials to conduct trauma counselling for the Pitso family in Vaalbank in Coligny.
The City of Tshwane says it plans to convert all households from postpaid to prepaid electricity within the next three years.
Police Minister Bheki Cele has apologised to all gender-based violence (GBV) victims for the delays in the processing of DNA samples at forensic laboratories.
The AmaZulu Traditional Prime Minister Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi has disputed allegations that Prince Simakade Zulu has any claim on the AmaZulu throne.
The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) in the Free State says it's ready for trial in the case against Mackenzie Ratselane. Ratselane is accused of stabbing his estranged wife, and Lesedi FM Current Affairs presenter, Dimakatso Ratselane, multiple times, in February.
AmaZulu Prime Minister, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, makes a special announcement.
The City of Cape Town says it has spent millions in unbudgetted funds on accommodation and other services for a group of refugees over the past two years.
The Legal Resource Centre says the Children's Act may need a major overhaul or separate legislation will have to be developed for Early Childhood Development.
A set of conjoined twins from the Eastern Cape have been successfully separated following a sensitive operation at the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital in Cape Town.