Govt optimistic about defeating listeriosis outbreak
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says ministers are encouraged by efforts of the Health Department to stop the spread of the bacteria.
ANC MP Gungubele expects Ramaphosa to win leadership race
Speaking on Radio 702 on Monday morning, Mondli Gungubele says that Ramaphosa's track record speaks for itself.
'Sunday Times' denies reports linking journo to Eskom bribe claims
The allegations are contained in an affidavit made at a police station by former chief of security at Makheda Protection Services Ntokozo Dubazana.
Duarte: ANC taking measures to ensure smooth elective conference
Concerns have been raised about certain factions which may try to stop next month’s conference from taking place, but Duarte says they will not succeed.
'Mugabe go now, your time is up'
The world's eyes are firmly fixed on Zimbabwe, with questions and doubts about whether President Robert Mugabe will finally relinquish power or remain defiant.
Gauteng MEC appeals to national govt for help with storm damage
The storm left a trail of destruction in parts of the City of Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni and the West Rand.
Mthembu: Khoza insulted members of her committee
Khoza has publicly criticised President Jacob Zuma and said she would vote against him in last week's confidence motion.
NPA: DA claims of selective prosecution unfair
The DA is calling for the immediate suspension of NPA head Advocate Shaun Abrahams, accusing him of not taking action over corruption charges.
Concerns grow after academics release a report on state capture
The FW de Klerk Foundation & other organisations are concerned over a report claiming that Zuma & the Guptas mounted a silent coup in SA.
Moroccan TV show apologises for airing make-up tips to hide domestic abuse
A Moroccan state TV channel broadcast a tutorial showing women how to conceal the evidence of domestic violence with make-up.
Zim court drops charges against Cecil the Lion’s killer
Theo Bronkhorst led US dentist Walter Palmer on the hunt that resulted in the death of the lion in early July 2015.
Gauteng floods cause six fatalities, bridge closure on R55 in Kyalami
Heavy flooding in parts of Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni and Tshwane resulted in six fatalities and a missing child.
Maternal health a concern as South Sudan crisis deepens
About 3,400 South Sudanese refugees are temporarily accommodated at the Nyumanzi Refugee Transit Point.
South Sudan refugee: Intimidation by soldiers has become unbearable
Kevin Foni was 8 months pregnant when she fled the violence in South Sudan by foot.
'Without peace we cannot return to Sudan'
A woman says she’s heartbroken after being separated from her husband by the conflict in her country.
Sudanese man shares tale of fear, violence in his country
Emmanuel Malesh says if history is anything to go by, there will never be peace in South Sudan.
Psychological scars & hopelessness for South Sudanese refugees
An elderly South Sudanese woman and a man open up about recent political violence in their country.
At least 12 hurt in a multi-vehicle pileup in Midrand
It’s understood at least two trucks and nine vehicles collided with each other.