A lawyer representing 14 Nigerian men pulled out of the case at the Rustenburg Magistrate's Court on Friday.
Dagga with a street value of over R2.5 million has been confiscated by Eastern Cape police near Kinkelbos outside Port Elizabeth.
Johannesburg's City Power has warned of a planned power interruption on Saturday across several central suburbs.
A Constitutional Court mandated inquiry into the grants crisis has wrapped up hearing evidence.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has vowed to root out a deeply-entrenched and complicated syndicate that operates along South Africa's borderline.
The speaker of the Cape Town City council, Dirk Smit, says he has convened a special council sitting on the 15th February to hear a motion of no confidence in Mayor Patricia de Lille.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says tabling a motion of no confidence against Patricia de Lille shows the party is serious about fighting corruption.
Judgment in the court case over the death of a five-year-old Limpopo learner, who drowned in a pit toilet, has been reserved in the Polokwane High Court.
Former Sassa CEO, Thokozani Magwaza maintains that if the work packages, which were replaced by workstreams, had been allowed to continue, they would have met the 1 April 2017 deadline to take over the payment of the social grants.
The case against a woman and her son who allegedly forced their worker to drink liquid human faeces has been postponed to next Friday in the Springs Magistrate's Court.
Judgment in the court case over a five-year-old Limpopo learner who drowned in a pit toilet, has been reserved in the High Court Polokwane.
Some of the mineworkers who were trapped for more than two days at the Sibanye Beatrix mine outside Theunissen in the Free State say the incident will forever be engraved in their minds.
Labour analyst Mamokgethi Molopyane says Sibanye-Stillwater’s Beatrix gold mine will have to justify why their backup generators did not kick-in when the electricity was off.
Questions are being asked about the power supply at the Sibanye Beatrix mine in the northern Free State, now that over 900 miners have been safely rescued.
All of the over 950 mineworkers, who were trapped at the Beatrix Sibanyoni mine near Theunissen in the Free State, have now been accounted for on the surface.
Sanef says it wants MultiChoice to explain its decision not to renew its contract with TV channel ANN7 once it ends in August.
Municipal Eskom debt in the Northern Cape has ballooned to R13 billion and is continuing to rise.
Communications Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says government can draw lessons from policies related to increasing the diversity of media ownership.
The City of Cape Town Council has approved seven new housing developments in the city.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) Councellor, Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng says there is no non-compliance on MultiChoice decision to off load the 24-hour television news channel ANN7.
Trade union National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has accepted Wits University's wage offer, ending a strike at the institution.
Communication Workers' Union (CWU), general-secretary Aubrey Tshabalala says pay TV giant MultiChoice's decision to dump ANN7 has a negative impact on staff of the 24-hour television news channel.
Health Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi says there's a need to investigate the possible abduction or kidnapping of the patients, as they were not properly discharged from the Life Esidimeni facility.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says there should be an investigation into possible abduction or kidnapping of mentally ill patients from Life Esidimeni facilities.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi is testifying at the Life Esidimeni Arbitration Hearings currently underway in Parktown, Johannesburg.
The Office of the Free State Premier Ace Magashule has declined to comment on the latest controversy surrounding him.
Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says she's reviewing the sanctions against six departmental directors who were involved in the implementation of the fatal relocation of patients to NGOs.
Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says she is reviewing the sanctions against six departmental directors who were involved in the implementation of the fatal relocation of patients to Non-Governmental Organisations.
Calm has returned to Rustenburg and Boitekong Township in the North West, following violent confrontations between taxi operators and the Bojanala Bus Company on Wednesday morning.
Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Ben Martins has confirmed meeting with former PRASA CEO Lucky Montana and the Guptas.