The Pretoria High Court has reserved judgment in former Gauteng Health MEC, Dr. Bandile Masuku's application to have the findings of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) against him declared irrational, illegal, and unlawful.
SABC unions are threatening a 4-hour blackout on Friday over planned retrenchments. Unions also deny that their members have been intimidating people who turned up for work.
Sassa says around 12 000 applicants have also been scheduled for appointments at their offices. Officials briefed the Western Cape Parliament's Standing Committee on Social Development today on the current situation in the province.
A Netcare 911 helicopter has crashed at Bergville in western KwaZulu-Natal. Netcare says in a statement that everyone on board died in the crash.
Former Gauteng Health MEC, Bandile Masuku, told the High Court in Pretoria the findings made against him by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) are false and deeply prejudicial.
Director-General in the Department of Basic Education Mweli Matanzima says delays to the re-opening of schools is going to have a huge impact on the growing teaching and learning backlog.
The Government Employees Medical Scheme (GEMS) says it remains committed to non-racialism and any form of discrimination, vowing to implement reform once the final report is released by the Section 59 Investigation Panel.
The Department of Basic Education is working on a report on matric exam irregularities for quality assurance body, uMalusi.
There's been concern that loadshedding and power cuts are fatal for patients that are on oxygen at their homes.
Limpopo Transport and Community Safety MEC, Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya is overseeing the disinfecting of taxis and ranks across the province in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
I hereby confirm the sad passing away of Kgoshikhulu Mampuru the third.
Eight matric exam markers died after testing positive for COVID-19.
Fewer people were in the queues today after the chaos last week when police used a water cannon on the crowds to ensure social distancing.
For centuries rituals like a night vigil and viewing of the body have been the norm and regarded as a dignified way to bid farewell to loved ones.
The Free State Health Department has named the Thabo Mofutsanyana and Fezile Dabi districts as the two COVID-19 hotspots during the second wave of the pandemic.
Doctors working at Melomed Hospitals in Cape Town say the second wave of COVID-19 infections has been especially hard to cope with.
The community of Dudumeni at Mbizana in the Eastern Cape has expressed outrage after the body of a female police officer was found hanging from a roof at her home.
The Free State Department of Health says Fezile Dabi and Thabo Mofutsanyana Districts are the hotspots of the second wave of COVID-19.
Four of the eight men who stand accused of hatching and executing the murder plot of CityMed Day Hospital managing director Louis Siemens will know their fate on Wednesday.
Western Cape Police have arrested three men in separate incidents on charges of attempted murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm and attempted hijacking.
Adv Tembeka Ngcukaitobi says the Council for Medical Schemes along with the Health Professions Council have to be strengthened in order to institute oversight on medical schemes.
Former Security Branch police officer, under the apartheid government, Martin Naude has denied ever being involved in any cover-up of a detainee's death during his 40-year career as an investigator.
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize is on Wednesday expected to visit health facilities in Limpopo as COVID-19 infections and deaths continue to rise.
CEO at the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital Gladys Bogoshi says the alcohol ban has had an impact on the amount of patients received at the hospital.
Almost a year after the first coronavirus case was recorded in South Africa, clergy are reflecting on the emotional toll of the pandemic.
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize says the Department is working with speed to address some of the challenges facing health facilities as they continue to deal with the increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients.
Authorities are attributing both the deaths and new cases to non-compliance with safety and health protocols by members of the public.
Health authorities in the Western Cape say the province has now passed the peak of the second wave of COVID-19 infections and they are now seeing a decrease in the number of new infections.
Residents of Indwe, in the Eastern Cape, say incomplete renovations of a local police station that started five years ago is contributing to a spike in crime.
The Section 59 Investigation Panel has found that medical schemes; Discovery, MedScheme and Gems committed unfair racial discrimination towards Black, Indian and Coloured healthcare providers.