The South African Police Service (Saps) has urged students who are looking for accommodation for the new academic year to be cautious of bogus advertisements, especially online.
The Mpumalanga Health Department says its public hospitals have improved their delivery of services to the public.
Both the Beit Bridge Border Post in Musina and the Kranskop Toll Plaza near Bela Bela in Limpopo have recorded average volumes of traffic by Friday afternoon.
President Jacob Zuma has urged all business people to make sure that they support the education of the disadvantaged students by sponsoring their education and giving them employment once they are qualified.
Johannesburg's most wanted alleged property hijacking kingpin and two suspected accomplices have been arrested.
A storm has wreaked havoc in Armsterdam near Ermelo in Mpumalanga. More than ten houses are without roofs following the storm.
The North West is celebrating a successful initiation season. All 2000 initiates have returned home.
National Police Commissioner, Khehla Sitole, says more than 94 000 people were arrested in the Western Cape alone since the beginning of the festive period
Friends and family of veteran musician Robbie Malinga have continued to pay tribute to the Afro-pop singer and producer during his memorial service at Grace Bible Church in Soweto.
The University of the Free State's SRC has welcomed the Constitutional Court judgment in favour of the institution's language policy where English is the primary medium of instruction.
The City of Cape Town says its' proposed drought levy still has many processes to go through before it's put in place.
National Police Commissioner General Khehla Sitole has warned road users to be vigilant during the festive season.
The Basic Education Department has been lauded for ensuring incident free 2017 matric examinations. Quality assurance body, Umalusi says the department's efforts ensured that there were no systemic irregularities that would have compromised the integrity and credibility of Grade 12 final year examinations.
There are mixed reactions on social media over news of Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika' having been voted the world's best national anthem. This came out in a poll conducted among readers of the respected international magazine, The Economist.
Nurses union Denosa has dismissed as false allegations that the mother of a three-year-old toddler who died at Prophet Paseka Motsoeneng's church was turned away at the Daveyton clinic on the East Rand.
The Constitutional Court has dismissed the appeal of civil rights organisation Afriforum and trade union Solidarity against the University of Free State's language policy.
The Ebuhleni group of the Nazareth Baptist Church will conduct a cleansing ceremony for the souls of all those from KwaZulu-Natal who went missing during the liberation struggle.
Police used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse a group of music revelers, who threw bottles on the stage at the DJ Nation annual bash in Taung in the North West.
The City of Cape Town has until Friday to respond to a call to scrap its proposed drought levy or face court action.
Western Cape police have made over 10 000 arrests in under two weeks as the festive season reaches fever pitch. Authorities say they will continue crime fighting initiatives over the coming New Year's weekend.
Illegal goods worth nearly R500 000 have been seized at a roadblock in Komartipoort, Mpumalanga. National Police Commissioner, General Khehla Sitole, joined Saps, traffic officers and members of the SANDF, as part of the festive season clampdown operation.
The cell phone video that showed Victor Mlotshwa being forced into a coffin sparked public outrage.
The South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) says the new perks for Councillors, Speakers and Mayors are a waste of tax-payers money
The son of notorious paedophile Gert van Rooyen has been arrested in Wonderboompoort, Pretoria, after police received a tip-off from the community this morning. Gerhard van Rooyen was wanted on several cases of fraud by authorities in both Wonderboompoort and the Klerksdorp area in North West. The Police’s Mandlakayise Zwane says a female accomplice was […]
National Police Commissioner, General Khehla Sitole says he is happy with the presence of police officers on the N1 between Limpopo and Gauteng.
Three people have died after a double cab bakkie in which they were travelling overturned on the R63 between Bedford and Cookhouse in the Eastern Cape.
Three men will appear at the Alberton Magistrate's Court tomorrow on charges of possession of unlicensed firearms and possession of hijacked vehicles.
The wife of slain South African artist Walter Meyer will appear in the Upington Magistrate's Court for formal bail application on Friday.
More than four hundred households in three villages in Alfred Nzo District municipality in the Eastern Cape are now receiving running water.
The High Court sitting in Mbombela, Mpumalanga, has issued a ruling that Eskom should suspend its power interruptions in the Thaba Chweu Municipality until the end of January.