Communications Minister, Nomvula Mokonyane says government will not tolerate any form of racism in South Africa. She was addressing the media in Cape Town after a cabinet meeting.
Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says South Africa must relax its visa requirement to enable tourism to grow and make a significant contribution to the country's GDP.
The African National Congress in Gauteng has condemned the behavior of two white people captured in a photograph, hanging a life-size doll dressed in an ANC t-shirt and a picture of education MEC Panyaza Lesufi, on a tree outside the offices of the Basic Education Department in Pretoria on Wednesday.
Deputy President, David Mabuza, says if the Guptas have done something wrong, they should be brought to book.
An SABC television crew was robbed of all its equipment and personal belongings while covering protests in Jouberton outside Klerksdorp in the North West.
Eastern Cape Premier, Phumulo Masualle was booed off stage as he tried to address community members at Keiskammahoek in the Eastern Cape.
There's a ray of hope for about sixty thousand impoverished Transnet pensioners.
A Northern Cape farmer, who allegedly drove over a man with his 4x4 bakkie on his farm last Friday, remains in custody following the postponement of his bail application.
Tswaing Local Municipal Offices at Delareyville in the North West , were set alight, by angry community members.
Parliament's Mineral Resources Committee has “in principle" adopted terms of reference for its State Capture Inquiry into former Minister Mosebenzi Zwane.
An SABC News crew in North-West has been attacked and robbed off their equipment by a group of people at a filling station in Klerksdorp.
eThekwini Municipality mayor Zandile Gumede says they have laid criminal charges against soccer fans who were involved in the violence at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Saturday night.
Witnesses have continued to contradict murder-accused, Sandile Mantsoe's account of events surrounding his girlfriend's killing.
Murder accused Sandile Mantsoe was not forced or threatened into pointing out the crime scene at which Karabo Mokoena's body was found.
Police have advised commuters travelling through Zandspruit, in the west of Johannesburg, to be cautious due to violent protests that have flared up since Tuesday.
The controversial Medioa mobile clinic company that operates in the Free State and North-West has denied having any links with the Gupta family.
A 63-year-old farmer from Hartswater in the Northern Cape is on Wednesday expected to appear in court on charges of attempted murder.
A Good Samaritan has offered to pay for the expenses of a security guard who was badly wounded when Kaizer Chiefs fans went on the rampage on Saturday evening following their team's 2-0 defeat to Free State Stars in the Nedbank Cup semi-finals.
Cape Town police have advised the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) members who will embark on a nationwide strike to do so peacefully.
Four people allegedly linked to militant group ISIS are on Wednesday due to appear again in the Verulam Magistrate's Court in the north of Durban.
Protesters have shutdown the Tshepong Hospital in Klerksdorp in the North West. The protesters are not allowing anyone to enter or leave the hospital.
Wits SRC Secretary General Warren Makoga says the government has failed students again because it has failed to give them a proper framework on how the bursary scheme system is going to work.
The Western Cape Education Department has refuted claims that schools in the province will be closed for the next week due to the South African Federation of Trade Unions' marches.
The state in the Sandile Mantsoe murder trial hopes to finalise its case on Wednesday.
Former residents of District Six in Cape Town are taking government to court.
The Mthatha Taxi peace accord that was ratified over the weekend seems to have collapsed.
Police are searching for suspects involved in a shooting that happened in Naturena, South of Johannesburg on Tuesday morning.
Five one people have been arrested in Malebogo township in Hertzogville-Free State.
It is all systems go for the May Day celebrations at Isaac Wolfson Stadium in Port Elizabeth on 1 May. President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to deliver the keynote address.
Government has introduced its new bursary scheme fund aimed at supporting poor and working class students for their academic tuitions at tertiary institutions.