With just over a week to go to the May elections, political campaigning has intensified in KwaZulu-Natal.
Gun Free South Africa says the destruction of seized and surrendered firearms should happen more regularly, if police want to curb the flow of unlicensed guns in the country.
Politicians and the community of Gelvandale, in Port Elizabeth gathered on Wednesday to engage on key issues before the polls on May 8.
Home Affairs Minister Siyabonga Cwele says South Africa spends a significant amount of money annually deporting illegal immigrants to their countries of origin.
Truck owners say they are forced to hire foreign truck drivers because truck driving is a scarce skill in South Africa.
Zambia’s High Commissioner in South Africa, Emmanuel Mwamba, says the attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa are worrying.
Minister of International Relations, Lindiwe Sisulu will meet with African leaders on the spate of xenophobic attacks in the country in Pretoria on Monday.
Head of Collective bargaining for the Public Service Association (PSA) Ruben Maleka says the Labour Act states that the police service forms part of essential services.
President Cyril Ramphosa says if Passenger Rail Agency (Prasa) does not get its house in order, heads will roll.