Zweli Mkhize calls for proper probe into KZN political killings
Mkhize says the province must work toward rectifying the leadership crisis in municipalities.
ConCourt to deliver judgment in grants payment case
Sassa approached the court last month requesting a six-month extension of its contract with CPS to disburser millions of social grants.
Crocodile kills woman in Harare suburb
State media is reporting on Friday that resident Tsitsi Jambaya was attacked and killed by a crocodile as she tried to cross a stream in the suburb to fetch firewood.
Coffee capsule supplier Caffeluxe admits to price fixing
It has emerged that Caffeluxe threatened not to supply Global Coffee after a discount it made to Checkers Stores in 2014 if Global Coffee did not increase its price to the agreed shelf price.
[GALLERY] Heavy rain, floods sweep through Gauteng
Heavy rain and flash floods lashed Gauteng, which led to the closure of several bridges and roads in the province on 23 March 2018.
SANDF investigating sexual misconduct claims against SA soldiers in DRC
The United Nations has confirmed five South African soldiers are facing the allegations in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Maimane’s comments on Esidimeni tragedy labelled reckless, opportunistic
Mmusi Maimane said Premier David Makhura and the provincial government should be held accountable for killing 144 victims of the Esidimeni tragedy.
Kremlin describes Boris Johnson’s comments as ‘disgusting’
Johnson told lawmakers on Wednesday that President Vladimir Putin would try to bolster Russia’s image through hosting the soccer showpiece in much the same way as Adolf Hitler used the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany.
NPA confirms 140 dockets received on Esidimeni tragedy
Former deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke made damning findings against those involved in the deadly project.
Flood warning issued for northern parts of SA
The warning has been issued for the eastern parts of the Free State, parts of the North West, Gauteng, parts of KwaZulu-Natal and the western parts of Mpumalanga.
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‘There is no Human Rights without ownership of land’
EFF leader Julius Malema says the party’s call for land ownership is not reverse racism but a call for dignity.
Less than 50% of South Africans believe we all enjoy equal human rights - survey
The Bill of Rights outlines rights applicable to citizens in the country, but do all South Africans truly enjoy these rights?
Striking Zim doctors turn down govt's ‘final’ offer
The government says it’s made its final offer to the doctors and that those striking won’t be paid.
Sanef condemns Malema’s ‘inflammatory’ remarks about eNCA
EFF leader Julius Malema has accused eNCA of advocating an ‘anti-black agenda’ and supporting white supremacy.
Nelson Mandela Foundation: More needs to be done to address inequality
The foundation's CEO Sello Hatang was speaking on Talk Radio 702's 'Midday Report' with Ray White on Human Rights Day.
[WATCH LIVE] Mabuza addresses Sharpeville Massacre commemoration
Deputy President David Mabuza addresses the Human Rights Day commemoration in Sharpeville.
Rights activist to lay complaint against Zille over Esidimeni tweet
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille tweeted that while it was good that the families will be compensated for the deaths of their loved ones, she wanted to know what they had done to raise the alarm.