Mixed reaction from opposition after Fica Bill is signed into law
The DA fears the implementation of the Fica Act may be delayed while Cope says Zuma may be prevented from hindering its execution.
2 people killed in separate Kempton Park accidents
In one incident, emergency services say a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle, with the driver fleeing the scene.
Business leaders meet with Zuma ahead of WEF Africa summit
CEOs have been given the opportunity to table issues aimed at improving the way government manages economic entities.
DA urges Gigaba not to delay implementation of Fica bill
The party says the Finance Minister needs to take decisive action and set out clear timeframes and budgets for the implementation of the bill.
Law expert welcomes Zuma’s move to sign Fica bill into law
Law experts say the signing of the Fica bill into law brings the country in line with international norms and standards.
Man arrested for plotting to kill Cabinet members to appear in court
On Wednesday, the Hawks acted on information and conducted undercover operations in Pretoria and Johannesburg which led to the man's arrest.
Mass anti-Zuma march planned for Freedom Day
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa says the marches are about removing the president and are not an attack on the ruling party.
SAA cabin crew abide by court order, end strike
The Labour Court has ruled in the SAA's favour and granted an interdict against the cabin crew association's strike.
Two arrested for murder of Pretoria man
Two suspects have been arrested for the murder of a 46-year-old man outside his workplace in the capital.
Woman arrested with drugs worth R8m at OR Tambo
South African Revenue Service officials uncovered various packages from Hong Kong destined for different suburban areas in Gauteng during a raid.
Boy (7) knocked down outside Gauteng school
Paramedics found the boy lying on the side of Wilconsia Road, the vehicle which had hit him was parked a few meters away.
Sacca members go on strike over meal allowance
The SA Cabin Crew Association says the matter has not been attended to for the past six years by the SAA management.
Sars officials seize counterfeit goods, drugs worth over R8m at ORTIA
Officials uncovered various packages from Hong Kong destined for different suburban addresses in Gauteng.
Police monitor Lichtenburg following violent protests
On Monday, a police nyala and a truck transporting 38,000 chicks were set alight.
Torched Rosettenville homes reoccupied, used as brothels - residents
One of the residents says not much has changed since the authorities promised to intervene, adding that drugs and prostitution are destroying the community.
‘Ontlametse represented much more than her illness'
Hundreds are expected to gather in Hebron for the memorial service of Ontlametse Phalatse who was born with progeria, and died last week at the age of 18.
Police oppose suspects’ application in bomb threats at malls case
The computers have been seized from the suspects, who are arguing that the search warrant is invalid.
Ontlametse Phalatse's memorial service to be held in Hebron
Eighteen-year-old Phalatse died at the George Mukhari Hospital in Garankuwa exactly a week ago after experiencing breathing problems.