Nelson Mandela Foundation saddened by passing of Sir Ketumile Masire
Masire has been remembered as a teacher who cared deeply about youth development.
DA wants Public Protector to probe Minister Zwane's India trip
The Democratic Alliance says that Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane breached the Executive Members’ Ethics Act by failing to declare who sponsored the trip.
EFF to go ahead with court case against Gigaba over Gupta naturalisation
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said last week that there was a campaign to tarnish his reputation and attack his integrity.
Sibanye Gold to resume operations after violent strike
The strike ensued after the company announced that it will be implementing measures to combat illegal mining on all its shafts.
Girl, 14, arrested for throwing her baby in a pit toilet in Limpopo
The teenager is facing attempted murder charges after a passerby noticed the activity and called the police.
DA accuses Mosebenzi Zwane of breaching the Executive Member’s Ethics Act
The DA has accused Zwane of failing to declare his trip to India in October 2012.
Call for Gauteng residents to donate books for Knysna
The Knysna book drive seeks to collect books that will be donated to the area after a fire damaged property, killing seven people.
Saftu welcomes price-fixing probe into pharmaceutical companies
The investigation followed concerns raised by cancer organisations that medicines are overpriced.
'Revised Mining Charter to bring transformation in sector'
Although the new charter has been criticised by the Chamber of Mines, the PPF says the document will bring transformation.
Mashatile: We want leaders who protect the state
ANC Gauteng chairperson Paul Mashatile says the history of the party should guide the future of the ANC when deciding on new leadership.
Paul Mashatile throws his weight behind Ramaphosa to succeed Zuma
Mashatile says as Ramaphosa must lead the movement just as President Jacob Zuma took over from former president Thabo Mbeki as his deputy.
Home Affairs Dept ordered to appear in Parly over Guptas' SA citizenship
Home Affairs officials will appear before the committee on Tuesday.
Call for new Lesotho govt to comply with human rights obligations
New Prime Minister Tom Thabane will begin his duties on Saturday after being inaugurated following the defeat of former prime minister Pakalitha Mosisidi in this month’s polls.
Education Dept gives reasons for making condoms available in schools
The policy gives children above the age of 12 the right to access health services, including sexual and reproductive health, without having to seek parental consent.
Dept says parents agree to provision of condoms in schools
This follows the changes made to the Criminal Law Sexual Offences and Related Matters Amendment Bill allowing children between the ages of 12 & 16 to consent to sex with one another.
Amnesty Int calls on Lesotho govt to deal with past human rights violations
The country is inaugurating Prime Minister Thomas Thabane on Friday, following years of political instability in the mountain kingdom.
Hawks officer allegedly kills mom-in-law, wounds wife & shoots himself
Police say the woman is in a critical condition, while the policeman was declared dead on the scene.
Lesufi: Now is the time for youth to lead SA
MMC for Community Development Nonhlanhla Sifumba and Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi are among those commemorating the day.