Nigeria guild: Zuma statue of no benefit to Nigerians
President Jacob Zuma was awarded the highest honour during a visit to Nigeria’s Imo State at the weekend.
Mbeki Foundation: Zuma prosecution ruling will clear Mbeki's name
NPA boss Shaun Abrahams is expected to inform President Jacob Zuma’s legal team this week whether he will consider fresh representations from him on why he should not be prosecuted.
Paramedics remain in critical condition after crash
The accident also claimed two lives, that of paramedic crew member Jacqueline Coetzee and the occupant of another vehicle.
Nigeria honours Zuma with giant statue in Imo State
President Jacob Zuma has concluded his visit to Zambia, Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo to strengthen socio-economic relations.
Will SCA spy tapes ruling bring matter to finality?
The Thabo Mbeki Foundation says the withdrawal of the charges against President Jacob Zuma has caused SA undue and unnecessary strain for more than a decade and a half.
ANCWL blames latest Ayanda Mabulu painting on white monopoly capital
The painting features Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and President Jacob Zuma with their genitals exposed.
Casac calls on Parly to remove Shaun Abrahams
The Supreme Court dismisses the appeals by President Jacob Zuma and the NPA to withdraw the 783 corruption charges against the president
City Power working to restore power in Alexandra
The power utility says outages from Saturday night were as a result of an attempted cable theft that caused a cable fault.
‘SCA spy tapes ruling a blow against NPA’s credibility’
Casac has welcomed the court’s verdict to dismiss the appeals by President Jacob Zuma and the NPA.
City Power ‘experiencing power outage’ in Alexandra
City Power says its experiencing power outage in Alexandra due to attempted cable theft that has caused power failure.
Police searching for suspects after 6 killed in Mpumalanga shooting
The police say the suspects arrived at the informal settlement on Thursday night looking for a person who allegedly killed their relative.
ANCWL condemns Mabulu for sexually explicit Dlamini-Zuma painting
The painting shows presidential hopeful Nkosazana-Dlamini Zuma, who is half naked, lying on her back exposing her private parts.
19 Ivory Park pupils injured in stampede discharged
On Friday, the pupils between grades four and seven were taken to hospitals with injuries ranging from minor to moderate.
DA exploring ways to force Zuma to appoint permanent SABC board
The DA says many concerns raised by SABC staff could have been prevented if the broadcaster had a board in place.
Education Dept. apologises for Ivory Park school stampede
The department says the crush, in which 19 pupils were injured, happened when pupils rushed towards a science exhibition at the school.
Customs seize 30kg of cocaine in 2 OR Tambo busts
In the first incident on Friday, a passenger was caught with 24kg in his luggage. Just a few hours later, 6kg was seized from another traveller.
Samwu: Eskom’s tariff hike request not justified
The power utility has applied for a 19.9% tariff hike for its direct customers and a 25% hike for customers who receive their electricity from municipalities.
Evander construction project halted by violent protest
The community group is demanding jobs and business opportunities linked to the project which aims to produce gold from mine dumps by next year.