President Jacob Zuma will on Friday visit the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria to monitor the delivery of healthcare services as part of the Presidential Siyahlola Monitoring Programme.
Eastern Cape police have arrested two armed robbery suspects following a shootout with police in Mthatha.
The South African Revenue Service says it may take legal action against The Sunday Times Newspaper and the author of the book, 'My President's Keeper' Jacque Pauw.
The Belfast Magistrate's Court in Mpumalanga is to hand down judgment in the bail application of the truck driver, Sebastian Macuacua.
The NPA is appealing Oscar Pistorius' six year sentence at the Supreme Court of Appeal.
The family of Reeva Steenkamp says it is hoping for justice in the state's appeal regarding the jail term of convicted Paralympian Oscar Pistorius.
Workers union BEMAWU says the fact that the SABC can offer an inflation-based salary increase for employees for next year shows that the public broadcaster has money and wants to push the adjustments to 2018.
Gauteng Transport MEC Ismail Vadi has warned rival Soweto taxi associations WATA and NANDUWE that he will close down their ranks and routes again if they continue with violent attacks.
Sixteen people are expected to appear in the Klerksdorp Magistrate's Court on Friday for the alleged murder of a 34-year-old man.
The South Africa Post Office has conceded that it will be difficult for it to meet its deadline if it does not reach an agreement with social security agency SASSA soon.
Multi-disciplinary police personnel have held major roadblocks in and around Nkandla in northern KwaZulu-Natal. This forms part of the municipality's launch of the road safety awareness campaign ahead of the festive season.
The strike by South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) staff affiliated to trade union BEMAWU is set to be intensified Friday.
Residents of Old Location in Elliot in the Eastern Cape want government intervention in addressing sanitation problems they are experiencing in the area.
The University of Cape Town says further disruptions to the academic year will have devastating consequences for students.
The death toll in the collision which happened at Matoks on the N1 in Limpopo Thursday night has been revised from 14 to 11.
The newly elected University of Witwatersrand's Student Representative Council (SRC) cancelled a planned shut down of academic activities shortly before midnight on Thursday.
The SABC Management has appealed for striking staff workers to return to work on Friday.
Convicted Paralympian Oscar Pistorius will once again face off with the state as it attempts to have his six-year murder sentence increased to a harsher one.
A video of police officers dragging a naked woman believed to be a student at the University of Cape Town has caused an up-roar on social media.
Eastern Cape Transport Department has assured airline passengers between Mthatha and Johannesburg that technical problems that were experienced in the past two days have been resolved.
One mine worker has died and three others remain trapped underground at the Anglogold Ashanti's Mponeng mine near Carletonville - west of Johannesburg.
SABC management says striking employees could face disciplinary action for taking part in an "unprotected strike".
AfriForum is planning a march to the Union Buildings over farm murders following their Black Monday protest earlier this week .
Christopher Panayiotou has been found guilty of murdering his wife, Jayde.
Johannesburg's City Power is to lay criminal charges including against some of its sub-contractors for allegedly stealing R80 million worth of infrastructure.
Eskom's power cuts are having a negative impact on businesses around Sabie in Mpumalanga.
Communications Minister Mamoloko Kubayi says she has asked the board of the SABC to ensure that the strike by workers does not continue.
Judge Dayalin Chetty says a video used as evidence is admissible in the Panayiotou murder trial adding that middleman Luthando Siyoni was a willing participant.
The Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal says its finalised preparations for memorial service of the four teachers who died in this week's taxi violence-related shooting at Ladysmith in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands.
The situation remains calm but tense in Dube - Soweto - following this morning's shooting incident believed to be between taxi groups WATA and NANDUWE.