Police divers on Friday recovered the body after community members reported seeing a body floating in the river.
Tourism, which contributes more than R400 billion to Africa’s most industrialized economy, is seen by government as key to help drive growth.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande says he's concerned about people driving while fatigued.
Commuters who rely on taxis travelling on the R61 between in the Eastern Cape continue to struggle with finding transport over the Easter weekend after Police Minister Bheki Cele shut routes down. The route between Mthatha and Port St Johns and the N2 between Mthatha and Tsolo were shut down by Cele as part of […]
The land debate has taken centre stage, as much as in committee and board rooms, as on the ground
Former President Nelson Mandela's daughter Zinzi Mandela has avoided a messy child custody battle. On Friday she settled an out of court application compelling her to allow the mother access to her child.
Traffic volumes have decreased on major roads in the Free State after the initial Easter weekend rush.
Three people have been killed and two others seriously wounded after an unknown gunman opened fire on them at Wanderers long-distance taxi rank near Joubert Park in central Johannesburg, SAPS said on Friday.
Large crowds of holiday-makers have descended on KwaZulu-Natal's famous beaches to spend their Easter holidays.
The Home Affairs department says more than 22-thousand people have crossed into Zimbabwe at the Beit bridge border post in Musina in Limpopo in the last 24 hours.
Three people have died and another three were wounded in a shooting incident in Joubert Park in Johannesburg Thursday night.
Two people have died in separate crashes in the Western Cape since the start of the Easter Weekend.
Respected educator and professor of Education at Stellenbosch University Jonathan Jansen says the concept of decolonised education is set to fizzle out with time.
Fourteen people have been killed in a crash involving a minibus on the R33 near Greytown on the KwaZulu-Natal midlands last night.
North West MEC for Community Safety and Transport Management Dr Mpho Motlhabane says law enforcement units are working together on all routes this Easter weekend to ensure that all operations are streamlined.
Eastern Cape Transport MEC Weziwe Tikana has made a call to families whose loved ones were on a Vaal Maseru bus from Welkom to Mthatha on Wednesday, to come and identify their bodies at the Forensic Department in Mthatha.
An application for a class action law suit against Tiger Brands and Enterprise foods has been filed at the South Gauteng High Court on Thursday.
National Police Commissioner General Khehla Sitole says the newly appointed Crime Intelligence head Major General Anthony Jacobs is a clean officer.
Traffic authorities in KwaZulu-Natal say the volume of vehicles entering the province has increased drastically.
The eThekwini municipality has launched the KwaZulu Natal Career Expo and Youth Employability Indaba aiming at showcasing employment opportunities in the province.
Sadtu in KwaZulu-Natal says principals cannot be blamed for the failures of the Department of Education such as lack of adequate learning materials and teacher shortage.
Government has assured social grant beneficiaries that their money will be paid with minimum disruptions.
The wife of Cape Town high court judge, Siraj Desai, has died.
Government has appealed to motorists to drive with extra care and observe the rules of the road during the Easter long-weekend.
The KwaZulu-Natal Albinism Society has called on Parliament and other relevant stakeholders to implement laws specific to people with albinism.
The National Treasury has given the assurance that it remains committed to supporting the South African Airways (SAA) board in its effort to turnaround the financial performance of the airliner.
The perception of corruption in South Africa has deepened over the past two decades, data published in a survey published by the South African Institute of Race Relations showed on Thursday.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande says there are still a lot of challenges in dealing with road safety on South African roads.
Three people have been killed in a collision between a taxi and car on the N1 road in Mookgopong in Limpopo.
Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane says they've increased the number of law enforcement personnel by over 1 200 officers to strengthen capacity ahead of the Easter long weekend.