No talk of recalling Zuma at ANC NEC meeting, says Magashule
The NEC is meeting for its first official lekgotla post the ANC’s 54th national conference, which saw Ramaphosa elected as the new party president
Zuma recall won’t be on NEC meeting agenda this weekend
An induction programme is underway to familiarise all NEC members with one another ahead of this weekend's meeting in Irene, Pretoria.
Police investigate after Kagiso toddler drowns in drainage system
The two-year-old disappeared this week while playing outside his family's Kagiso home with his sibling.
Gauteng Education Dept working on school ranking system
The Gauteng Education Department says it’s working on a model to rank schools after repeated complaints by parents refusing second options of certain schools perceived as being troubled.
Police studying CCTV footage to track those responsible for H&M vandalism
H&M stores were forced to shut their doors at the weekend when a group of EFF supporters in their red regalia stormed and vandalized the outlets in parts of Gauteng.
GP Education Dept slams theft of food, stationery from PTA school
Spokesperson Steve Mabona says the department supplies food to 1.4 million school children from poor backgrounds.
GP Education Dept says weekend registration drive has helped backlog
Department officials have had their hands full this weekend as they helped parents wanting to register their children. There are thousands of learners who have not yet been placed.
DA: EFF must be held accountable, pay damages for H&M vandalism
H&M says it closed stores in Johannesburg and Cape Town on Saturday out of safety for staff and customers following protests by members of the EFF.
EFF: H&M apology not enough
EFF leader Julius Malema said the party makes no apology about the protests adding the party’s priority will be to fight racism and white monopoly capital.
Police remain on high alert at East Rand Mall after EFF protest
Protestors went on the rampage inside the store earlier on Saturday and police responded with rubber bullets.
EFF members escorted out of Sandton City after chaotic protest
The retailer had used a black child to model a sweatshirt with the slogan "coolest monkey in the jungle". H&M later removed the advert and apologised for any offence caused.
Mkhwebane criticised for suggesting scope of state capture inquiry be broadened
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she wants to ensure that the inquiry is not limited to the issues identified in the initial report by her predecessor Thuli Madonsela.
State capture inquiry: Kathrada Foundation welcomes Zondo’s appointment
President Zuma appointed deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to head the commission as per the Public Protector’s remedial action, following a long court battle.
Untu: Railway regulator not doing enough to ensure train safety
The regulator says that it is concerned about the recent train accidents and has ordered a stop to manual authorisation to avoid human error, which it says was the reason behind the Germiston crash.
Regulator sets up independent board of inquiry after Kroonstad train crash
The regulator says preliminary investigations into the crash show that all safety requirements were adhered to including traveling within the speed limit.
Regulator: Kroonstad train met all safety requirements
Nineteen people died and 260 passengers were injured when a truck smashed in a Shosholoza Meyl train in the Free State town.
Human error to blame for Germiston train crash, says regulator
More than 220 passengers were hurt when the train rear-ended a stationary locomotive at the Geldenhuis station.
Zambia declares curfew in are hardest hit by cholera outbreak
The curfew in Kanyama, a densely populated slum of iron-roofed shacks, began on Sunday and will run between 6pm and 6am.