Fikile Mbalula launches phase two of Operation Fiela
The first Operation Fiela was launched in 2015, with a sharp focus on illegal migrants.
Pressure on Koko to follow Singh in quitting Eskom
The Eskom board has been ordered to remove executives facing allegations of serious corruption with immediate effect.
Say what! John Kani explains isiXhosa use in Marvel’s 'Black Panther'
The cast features a few South Africans led by veteran actor John Kani.
Protests hit Protea Glen, Slovoville and Krugersdorp
Johannesburg Metro Police are trying to disperse a group of residents in Protea Glen.
Hoërskool Overvaal protesters throw petrol bomb at police car
ANC and EFF members are angry over the Hight Court's ruling this week that the Education Department acted unlawfully when it ordered the school to admit 55 English-speaking pupils.
Prasa: Train vandalism now at crisis point
Police are now investigating how a Cape Town train derailed when vandals damaged infrastructure overnight, just a few hours after rail tracks in Germiston were tampered with on Wednesday.
Ramaphosa keen to create investor confidence in SA at World Economic Forum
Ramaphosa is speaking at a pre-World Economic Forum breakfast in Sandton, as he prepares to lead team South Africa in Davos.
Prasa calls for swift action against rail infrastructure vandalism
In the latest incident, in Cape Town, city officials are blaming vandalism on the central line after a train came off the tracks last night.
'Online? I don’t even know what’s that all about'
A 60-year-old domestic worker feels that she's let her grandson down because she doesn't know how to use the internet to secure his place at school.
Molepo: Prasa's railway security plans a failure
Prasa boss Cromet Molepo has reacted to the latest derailment this time in Cape Town which brings the number of train accidents this month alone to four.
Suspect arrested in connection with disappearance of Siam Lee
Investigators released an identikit of the man, who was said to be driving a car in which Lee was last spotted three weeks ago.
Social Development Dept: Nothing wrong with ministers paying for interviews
Concerns have been raised about the use of taxpayer money to secure an interview with Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini last month on the SABC 3 show 'Real Talk With Anele'.
Vandalism causes train derailment in Germiston
It’s understood the clamps that keep the track attached to the sleepers were stolen.
'Lesufi must own up to failing registration system'
Parents are angry as more than 30,000 pupils still need to be placed in schools before they can start with this year's academic programme.
Frustrated Gauteng parents wait for school placements
The queues at the Bordeaux Primary School are moving relatively fast with parents being assisted by officials who are capturing their children’s information for late applications.
All smiles as matric class of 2029 begin their journey
Classes are now officially underway after a few tears and resistance from nervous seven-year-old.
Excitement, nerves on first day of school in Gauteng
MEC Panyaza Lesufi says more than 2,000 pupils who had not been registered have been placed over the past few days.
Truck accident on R24 in Edenvale cleared
A truck and a trailer jack-knifed and caught fire on that section of the freeway on Monday night.