Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has condemned the attempted rape incident on one of their campuses.
The South African Weather Services says a cold front which has made landfall in Cape Town already, should also bring light rain to the rest of the Western Cape Province.
A 23-year-old suspect is expected to appear in the Soshanguve magistrates court soon.
Angry community members in Ndwedwe have blockaded roads with stones and burning tyres accusing the municipality of not hiring locals as well as poor service delivery.
Relative calm has been restored to most areas in and around Johannesburg which experienced community protests on Wednesday morning.
Fifty-four suspects are appearing in the Mooi River Magistrate's court in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands on Wednesday.
The Mpumalanga Department of Education is calling on all parents in the province to register pupils for the 2019 academic year
The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport and Community Safety and Liaison says another two people have died in hospital after a multi-vehicle collision on the N3 at Van Reenens Pass between KwaZulu-Natal and the Free State on Tuesday. Three other people had died earlier.
The murder trial of Sandile Mantsoe is expected to continue on Wednesday at the High Court in Johannesburg. On Monday, the state wrapped up its case after calling several witnesses including Karabo Mokoena's family, friends, police officers and security guards who work at the Sandton Sky where Mantsoe lived.
Johannesburg motorists are advised to exercise extreme caution on the roads on Wednesday morning due to service delivery protests in several areas.
The three men arrested in connection with the violence and vandalism at the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban last month will on Wednesday appear in the local magistrate's court.
Fifty-one people have died in 41 separate crashes on Gauteng's roads since the start of the long weekend on Thursday.
A 37-year-old Guatemalan arrested at the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg after being found in possession of drugs will appear in court soon.
Police have launched a manhunt for suspects following an incident in which an officer was wounded after he and his colleague came under fire from three heavily-armed attackers near Burgersfort in Limpopo.
The National Minimum Wage dominated the National Council of Trade Unions Workers Day celebrations.
Gauteng traffic volumes started picking up just after lunch as holidaymakers returned to the province after the long weekend.
As the country joins the international community in marking Workers' Day, a strike is looming in the public sector.
The PAC marked Workers' Day, labeling the R3 500 minimum wage agreement as 'pathetic'.
Gauteng Health MEC Dr Gwen Ramokgopa spent Workers' Day with a stethoscope around her neck showing solidarity with staff at Mamelodi's Stanza Bopape Clinic.
Police in KwaZulu-Natal have made a breakthrough and arrested three men in connection with the violence and vandalism at the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban last month.
Some members of Cosatu -affiliated unions are using the Workers' Day celebrations to raise their dissatisfaction with the International Association of Athletics Federations newly introduced regulation that women with high testosterone will have to take medication to lower it to be able to compete in certain races.
Thousands of mine-workers across the country remain divided on whether to form part of today's (Tuesday) Worker's Day celebrations, or not.
Cosatu first deputy president James Tyotyo says this year's Workers Day celebrations are special after the NEDLAC agreement which will see the implementation of the national minimum wage for a R20 per hour.
The apartheid regime backed down and in 1987 recognised the 1st May as a public holiday.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) will be holding May Day rallies across the country on Tuesday.
Five people have died and two are seriously injured following a head-on collision between two vehicles early on Tuesday morning on the N1 outside Laingsburg in the Karoo in the Western Cape.
South Africa has marked May Day since the beginning of the Twentieth Century, but observing Workers' Day as a holiday is as young the country's democracy.
The Eastern Cape Cosatu leadership says it is ready to host this year's May Day rally at the Woolfson stadium in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday.
The Road Accident Fund (RAF) has given R35-million in compensation to more than 900 victims in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro.
Cosatu says the national minimum wage is an achievement worth celebrating as it will lift many out of poverty.