Zuma sculpture decision 'a victory for all South Africans'
The North West government withdrew a R6 million tender to erect a statue of President Jacob Zuma.
Durban warehouse fire damage will run into millions
A massive blaze broke out on Friday and took more than 24 hours to contain.
Tshwane imposes water interruptions due to repairs
The interruption will affect all reservoirs which provide water to Soshanguve, Mabopane, Klipkruisfontein and Ga-Rankuwa.
Sassa praises police for arresting its officials in Mpumalanga
Eight Sassa officials were arrested for allegedly defrauding the agency of over R5,5 million.
Durban warehouse blaze contained
The fire broke out on Friday morning and firefighters are still on the scene trying to douse the flames.
JHB taxi rape victims get medical care
Earlier this week, Eyewitness News revealed how a Johannesburg mother was raped in a taxi in front of her child during an attack that lasted for hours.
Durban crews continue to battle warehouse fire
Two people were injured in the fire which blanketed several suburbs with thick black smoke.
Police handling of taxi rape cases under the microscope
A team of forensic experts has now been appointed to investigate the crimes.
North West govt withdraws R6m tender for Zuma sculpture
North West Arts and Culture spokesperson Shuping Sebolecwe says they’ve proposed a monument instead.
Durban residents warned as firefighters battle warehouse blaze
Paramedics are calling on residents in surrounding areas to seek medical help if they have trouble breathing.
Firefighters battle massive fire in Rossburgh
Durban paramedics say at least one person has been injured and scores of firefighters are on the scene trying to douse the flames.
8 Sassa officials arrested & to appear in court over alleged fraud
The suspects, aged between 32 and 63, were arrested on Thursday and are facing fraud and corruption charges.
Casac: Chief Justice office break-in no ordinary crime
With an investigation underway, authorities have declined to speculate on the motive for the theft.
Casac: Chief Justice office burglary an orchestrated campaign
On Saturday, thieves broke into the Midrand offices and made off with 15 computers containing important and sensitive information.
KZN clinic shooting leaves woman critically wounded
Police are investigating as it remains unclear what the cause of the shooting incident at the Taylors Halt clinic was.
Mandla Mandela: Kathrada remains a hero of SA’s democracy
The Mandela Royal House has wished Ahmed Kathrada, who is in hospital surgery to remove a blood clot on his brain, a speedy recovery.
Moseneke deeply disappointed by disruptions at higher education convention
The two-day forum, which was set to continue today, degenerated into chaos with students throwing chairs and water bottles at each other.
Zuma apologises unreservedly to all South Africans following social grants saga
President Zuma says the government deeply regrets the undue anxiety which resulted from the uncertainty over grant distribution.