The J.G. Zuma Foundation says there is an agenda behind the National Prosecuting Authority's decision to appoint another doctor to re-examine former president Jacob Zuma in a state-owned hospital where he has undergone a medical procedure.
The Pietermaritzburg High Court has ordered that the State be allowed to appoint a medical practitioner to examine former President Jacob Zuma who is currently in a military hospital.
The Jacob Zuma Foundation says it feels vindicated by the decision of the highest court in the land to have a relook into the case of the former President.
The JG Zuma Foundation has in a statement confirmed that the matter involving former President Jacob Zuma and the Thales Group will be heard in an open court at the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Tuesday.
The eThekwini municipality has issued a harmful smoke warning to Hammersdale and surrounding communities west of Durban. This follows a fire on the 13th of July at a logistics warehouse in the area.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) is calling on Agriculture Minister, Thoko Didiza, to urgently set up a task team to address what the party says is a looming food crisis in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal after the recent massive looting and violence.
Two political activists have landed in hot water following inflammatory comments in which they called for justice for more than 20 people killed in Phoenix, north of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, two weeks ago.
United Nations (UN) agencies in South Africa have pledged their full support to assisting KwaZulu-Natal recover from the devastating looting and violence that gripped the province almost three weeks ago.
The bail application of former radio DJ Ngizwe Mchunu has been postponed to Thursday at the Randburg Magistrate's Court in Johannesburg, Gauteng.
The finance minister has also revealed that government has set aside R36.1 billion to fund all the social relief measures provided to deal with the impact of COVID-19 and the violence and looting that engulfed the country recently.
On Monday last week, Mchunu handed himself over to police after a warrant for his arrest was issued for allegedly instigating violence during the unrest and looting that rocked KwaZulu-Natal and parts of Gauteng.
Ubunye BamaHostela spokesperson, Steve Thusi, says they have become aware of such messages on social media by people claiming to represent the organisation.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) says it apply to gain access to the intelligence report which the State Security Minister claims she handed over to the police before the recent looting and unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
Parliament will conduct two joint inquiries into the violent unrest, looting and destruction of property that gripped KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng recently.
The issue of riots, crime, and violence in South Africa is a growing concern as it presents a significant obstacle to human rights and respect for the rule of law in the country.
Action SA says it will write to President Cyril Ramaphosa to request him to establish a Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the deaths of over 300 people, looting and vandalism that took place in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal recently.
The South African Funeral Practitioners Association (SAFPA) has offered their assistance to bury victims of the unrest two weeks ago in the Phoenix area, north of Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal.
It is believed that the 41-year-old internationally acclaimed choreographer is one of the over 20 people who were killed in Phoenix when Indian community members, who were patrolling the area during the unrest, allegedly assaulted and shot suspected looters.
The National Freedom Party (NPF) is calling on president Cyril Ramaphosa and police minister, Bheki Cele, to step down following the violent unrest that has claimed more than 300 lives in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
Acting minister in the Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, briefs the media on the latest events after the recent looting and unrest in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
The head of the National Prosecuting Authority, Shamila Batohi, has assured members of Parliament that the entity will be steadfast in its independence while prosecuting those responsible for the recent violence and looting in the country.
Social media is fast becoming a primary source of information for many online users. While some use it for interacting or touch base with it for current affairs – others use it primarily to disseminate information as seen with the recent unrest that took South Africa by storm. SABC News looks at why you need to be cautious when sharing information online.
African National Congress (ANC) Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) member, Kwazi Mshengu, has called the loss of lives in Phoenix, north of Durban, during last week's violent unrest, a genocide.
Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has dismissed reports of renewed unrest on the country's highways as fake news but has confirmed that the death toll from last week's looting and arson in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng has risen to 337.
The unrest that followed former president Jacob Zuma's arrest may have exposed deep seated unresolved issues in South Africa among a section of the country's population, but analysts say this could have happened anywhere in Africa.
Former President Jacob Zuma is in good health and high spirits, says ANC KwaZulu-Natal chairperson and premier, Sihle Zikalala.
The governing party in KwaZulu-Natal has distanced itself from the event, with ANC provincial spokesperson, Nhlakanipho Ntombela, saying they do not know who organised the event.
Acting health minister, Mamoloko Kubayi-Nguban,i has urged people in the province to be on the lookout for medicines sold on the black market as they could be contaminated.
Social grant payments have been postponed in parts of KwaZulu-Natal following last week's unrest in the province.
The country's biggest food and retail workers union South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union (Saccawu) says it has lost over 10 percent of its membership due to the ongoing massive retrenchments in the sector.