President of the International Federation of Christian Churches and Rhema Church Pastor, Ray McCauley, says poor rural churches need relief aid as they are struggling to survive during the lockdown.
Truck drivers waiting to cross the Beitbridge Border Post in Limpopo into Zimbabwe say they are being attacked by criminals while waiting in the queue on the N1.
The National Coronavirus Command Council will brief the media on Thursday afternoon on the regulations relating to COVID-19 Level 3 restrictions following the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday.
Workers at water and sanitation construction company Daven Lottering Construction in Wolmaranstad in the North West, say they have been issued with termination letters.
Experts are warning that the number of COVID-19 infections will increase, as South Africa prepares to move to Level 3 of the national coronavirus lockdown.
Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffrey says various courts in the Western Cape from Parow to Paarl, have been affected by COVID-19 after some staff tested positive.
The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Department of Correctional Services is now at 755 with 273 officials and 482 inmates
The National Council of Churches (NCC) has appealed to government base the acceptable number of worshippers per gathering on the size of each church.
In this episode, we follow the story of Tumi Moilwa, a nurse who was abducted and forced to endure 10 days in a car boot, gagged, blindfolded without food and water.
While the popular Vilakazi Street in Soweto has been quiet, bicycles and tuk tuks that were used to transport tourists are now being used for deliveries.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation has confirmed that operations at its Durban office will resume on Friday after the building was shut down when a staff member was informed that he had tested positive for coronavirus.
The Cape Winelands has been identified as one of the hotspots for COVID-19 in the Western Cape
All learners who qualify for the National School Nutrition Programme (NSNP ), irrespective of their grade, will receive school meals and food parcels when schools reopen on June 1. Equal Education (EE), Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) and Section 27 say government made the commitment to them during talks on Tuesday.
One political analyst says government needs to ensure that it engages better with ordinary citizens if it wants their co-operation in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nineteen patients and 10 staff members have tested positive for Corona virus at the Life Esidimeni Frail Care Centre in Port Elizabeth.
The SAPS says it has 779 cases of police who tested positive for COVID-19 around the country, with 359 police recoveries.
South African National Civic Organisation (SANCO) says it is disappointed by the conduct of some ministers dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Forum for service delivery in Mpumalanga says they will be visiting all schools to ensure safety of learners and teachers.
A man accused of murdering a 14 year old boy at an illegal initiation school in Mahikeng is expected to appear in the Molopo Regional Court on Wednesday morning.
The DA in the North West has lodged a complaint with the Public Protector and the Hawks regarding irregular appointments and tender irregularities in the provincial legislature.
A learning specialist has urged learners who are preparing to return to school next week, to practice social distancing and adhere to a strict hand washing regimen.
South Africa could prevent thousands of deaths if it is able to identify what is described as 'super spreaders' of the COVID-19 virus in the coming weeks and months.
South Africa has recorded 43 more coronavirus related deaths, bringing the total to 524.
Water and Sanitation Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, says officials are working hard to turn around the troubled department.Water and Sanitation Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, says officials are working hard to turn around the troubled department.
The family of the female pilot, who was part of the first crew to repatriate South Africans out of Wuhan, China, has dismissed social media rumours that she died due to COVID-19 complications.
In an announcement that followed a lot of criticism from the religious sector, President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that church services may resume under Level 3 of the national lockdown.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has advised employees that they have the right to refuse to work.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the department is now facing a challenge of break-ins at schools as criminals target Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde says he’s concerned about a huge backlog in the processing of tests for COVID-19 in the province, which affects the rate at which results can be released. Winde says there’s been a 400% increase in the number of tests conducted in the province since the end of last month. The […]
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) says it has so far processed around 75 000 applications for the R350 social relief grant meant for millions of unemployed South Africans during the COVID-19 lockdown.