Self-proclaimed king of the Khoisan, King Khoisan SA and his entourage say they will continue camping at the Union Buildings until President Cyril Ramaphosa meets them.
DA federal council Chairperson, Helen Zille says South Africa needs young people who are critical thinkers to stabilize the economy and other affairs of the country.
Former radio DJ Ngizwe Mchunu has been released on R 2000 bail by the Randburg Magistrates' Court.
Six suspects accused of torching a camping site for Lily mineworkers and families of three people trapped underground in Low's Creek near Barberton in Mpumalanga are expected to appear in the Low's Creek Periodical Court.
Former radio DJ Ngizwe Mchunu has sworn under oath that he will not evade his trial if released on bail.
Residents living near landfill sites say these solid waste facilities are a painful reminder of the apartheid Spatial Arrangement and the Group Areas Act. They have decried the fact that even post-1994, these stinking dumpsites are only built in black communities and low-income neighbourhoods.
The Commission holds virtual hearings to hear Law Enforcement Agencies related evidence from Col. Welcome Sithembiso Mhlongo.
A coalition of civic groups is expected to march to Durban City Hall in KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday.
Five suspects have been arrested in connection with the killing of two policemen who worked at the Mareetsane station in the North West. On Wednesday, the burnt bodies believed to be that of the officers - were found at the back of the state vehicle they used. The two went missing on Monday evening.
A trial date in the Nelson Mandela Funeral Scandal has been set for the fifth of October 2021 in the East London High Court.
One suspect has been arrested in Alexandra township following a riot at a construction site in Benmore, Sandton, where a security guard was stabbed and his firearm taken.
The bail application of former radio DJ Ngizwe Mchunu has been postponed to Thursday at the Randburg Magistrate's Court in Johannesburg, Gauteng.
Two of the three siblings who allegedly murdered two South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) leaders, who were critical of municipalities investments in the collapsed VBS Bank, have abandoned their bail application in the Thohoyandou Magistrate's Court in Limpopo.
The state has opposed the bail application of former radio DJ Ngizwe Mchunu who is currently appearing in the Randburg Magistrate's Court north of Johannesburg.
A community leader from Bonteheuwel in Cape Town has expressed shock at the arrested of one of the residents of the area for allegedly selling naked pictures of her four-year-old daughter on the Dark Web.
The Eastern Cape government is forging ahead with the closure of dysfunctional schools. More than one thousand non-viable schools across the province will be affected.
Two people have been killed in a collision between two heavy vehicles between Beaufort West and Leeu Gamka in the Karoo.
Western Cape police are calling on communities in areas that have been affected by ongoing taxi violence to come forward with any information that would assist them with their investigations.
The case of former Eastern Cape Health MEC, Sindiswa Gomba, NCOP member Zukiswa Ncita, ANC regional chair Phumlani Mkolo, former Buffalo City speaker Luleka Simon Ndzele, and 11 other co-accused will be back in the East London Magistrate's Court today.
On Monday last week, Mchunu handed himself over to police after a warrant for his arrest was issued for allegedly instigating violence during the unrest and looting that rocked KwaZulu-Natal and parts of Gauteng.
The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) has called for a probe into the inhumane treatment of some looters in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
The North West provincial government says five of the province's municipalities, are among forty-five municipalities country wide that the national cabinet has resolved to dissolve.
Western Cape Premier, Alan Winde, has called on warring taxi associations in the province, CATA and CODETA, to resolve their differences peacefully.
Ubunye BamaHostela spokesperson, Steve Thusi, says they have become aware of such messages on social media by people claiming to represent the organisation.
Frustration is mounting for motorists who are rushing to meet the end of August grace period deadline to renew their licences.
The South African Funeral Practitioners Association (SAFPA) has offered their assistance to bury victims of the unrest two weeks ago in the Phoenix area, north of Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal.
KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison Peggy Nkonyeni has urged families whose relatives are missing and survivors of the unrest to make contact with the police.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) says it will launch an investigation after receiving a complaint that tenants of an upmarket estate in Midrand were threatened that unless they were vaccinated their lease would be terminated.
The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation says communities needed to defend themselves in light of the state's failure to do so and it is understandable, but it cannot come at the cost of violating the human rights of others.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she hopes the Constitutional Court will judge her application on its merits and will not be swayed by what she claims are personal biases.