A motorist faces charges of reckless and drunk driving after an unidentified family of three were killed in a head-on collision Friday night on the N2 near Heidelberg in the Southern Cape.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she welcomes anyone who wishes to challenge her findings in court.
The Human Rights Commission has revealed that 69% of complaints received in the 2016-17 financial year were about racism.
The Western Cape Human Settlements Department says arrangements have been made for the temporary accommodation of 18 families evicted from a piece of land at the Joe Slovo informal settlement in Langa, near Cape Town.
The Nigerian community in Nelson Mandela Bay has pleaded with public not to paint them with the same brush as the televangelist Nigerian Pastor Timothy Omotoso.
Deputy Police Minister, Bongani Mkongi, says the police will make sure all culprits involved in the abduction of children are arrested.
Cape Town’s High Court has given government 24 months to draft legislation that legalises Muslim marriages.
Martin Visser, who has been sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering a farm-worker, is expected to apply for leave to appeal against his conviction and sentence on Thursday.
South Africans have marked Women’s Day with rallies and ceremonies across the country to celebrate the role women have played in society – but also to note the violence and economic hardship that many woman still experience.
The decision by the Democratic Alliance(DA) in Cape Town to withdraw a motion of no confidene in Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille has had several political experts weigh in on the matter.