Parliament must learn to assert itself if it hopes to avoid further embarrassment. That's according to the Centre for Constitutional Rights.
The recent rains that fell in KwaZulu-Natal were both a blessing and a burden.
The Sol Plaatje University in Kimberley in the Northern Cape held its third graduation ceremony on Saturday.
Gauteng Police have arrested three men at Protea Glen, Soweto, after they were found in possession of an AK47 assault rifle and several rounds of live ammunition.
A memorial service for the African National Congress struggle stalwart Laloo Chiba is underway at the Niravna Secondary School Hall also in Lenasia this Saturday. The Funeral will take place at Avalon Cemetery Crematorium in Lenasia, south of Johannesburg. Chiba, who died on Friday, was jailed on Robben Island in B -Section, alongside Nelson Mandela, Walter […]
Parliament's two presiding officers have paid tribute the late struggle icon Laloo Chiba.
Civil rights group, Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) says Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown has defied expectations by appointing only two new members to the Eskom board.
SABC Correspondent, Sherwin Bryce-Pease has been re-elected president of the UN Correspondents' Association.
The Funeral for the African National Congress struggle stalwart Laloo Chiba will take place on Saturday at Avalon Cemetery Crematorium in Lenasia south of Johannesburg at 16h00.
The National Prosecuting Authority is to join President Jacob Zuma in appealing against Friday's judgment by the High Court in Pretoria.
The Life Esidimeni public hearing into the deaths of 143 psychiatric patients who died at unlicensed non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Gauteng will resume in January.
Suspended Head of the Department of Health in Gauteng, Dr Barney Selebano, says he intends visiting the families of the Life Esidimeni victims individually to ask for forgiveness.
Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi has called on motorists to respect traffic law as well as law enforcers. Maswanganyi was speaking during the graduation of the first group of learner traffic officers to be enrolled at the Mpumalanga Traffic College in Mkhuhlu near Hazyview. He says it is very concerning to learn weekly of traffic officers […]
The Commission for Gender Equality has called for the revision and strengthening of laws dealing with perpetrators of gender-based violence.
President Jacob Zuma on Friday responded to Deputy Cyril Ramaphosa’s statement that he believed the version of the woman who accused the president of rape more than a decade ago, with a terse reminder that he was acquitted by the high court.
Limpopo police say over six thousand people have been arrested in the province since the launch of the festive season anti-crime operation in October.
The Northern Cape Water and Sanitation Department says two big municipalities in the province have averted water disruptions.
Former Robben Island prisoner and anti-apartheid activist Laloo Chiba has died, the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation said on Friday.
The Western Cape is the leading province in agricultural output and due to the drought a significant reduction in food production is expected.
The High Court in Pretoria has declared the position of National Director of Public Prosecution vacant.
Suspended Head of the Gauteng Health Department, Dr Barney Selebano, is concluding his testimony at the Esidimeni arbitration hearings in Parktown, Johannesburg on Friday.
Suspended Head of the Gauteng Health Department, Dr Barney Selebano, is expected to conclude his testimony at the Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings in Parktown, Johannesburg on Friday.
Police in KwaZulu-Natal have arrested six suspects believed to be behind attacks and murders at Durban's Glebelands hostel.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has expressed frustration over the protracted disciplinary processes involving government officials accused of wrong-doing
As the festive season approaches, the South African Cabinet on Thursday cautioned the travelling public to exercise great caution on the roads, and for parents and guardians to keep a close eye on children.
The Cape of Good Hope Speak, Protect and Care for Animals (SPCA) has warned pet owners to be vigilant of the dangers of heat strokes when leaving their pets exposed to hot temperatures.
The Water and Sanitation department in the Eastern Cape is pulling all stops to make sure that municipalities do service their debts.
The Buffalo City Metro in the Eastern Cape has donated vacant land for the Breidbach housing project.
Willem Oosthuizen and Theo Martins Jackson who were found guilty on the so-called coffin assault case have been denied bail by the High Court sitting in Middelburg, Mpumalanga.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has commended markers for the sterling work of marking exam scripts and finishing ahead of schedule.