KZN teachers involved in physical, sexual assault of pupils suspended
Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga says two cases are being investigated and the educators implicated have been suspended.
City of JHB warns against petty politics
This follows a recent call by the African National Congress in the city for a motion of no confidence in Mayor Herman Mashaba.
Sace: More must be done to restore dignity to teaching profession
Thembinkosi Ndlhovu says that the SA Council for Educators is exploring various options to help curb the abuse of authority in the education environment.
Two men killed in Soshanguve service delivery protest
Police say the men, aged between 35 and 40, were found lying next to the railway line in Soshanguve
City Power: Electricity restored to JHB CBD after cable theft
Cable thieves gained access to the underground tunnels and melted the copper wires which plunged the CBD in darkness.
Serena Williams shares name & first picture of daughter – Alexis Jr
Williams and her businessman husband Alexis Ohanian welcomed their daughter on 1 September 2017 at a Florida hospital.
SACE: Name and shame abusive teachers
The South African Council for Educators says it is pushing to have the names of teachers who have been struck off the roll to be made public.
Process of restoring power to JHB CBD continues
City Power says great strides have been made in reconnecting parts of the CBD.
Stranded SA medical students finally on their way to Cuba
The group, which was stranded in Paris due to Hurricane Irma, is part of the SA-Cuba medical training programme.
Zuma to honour Steve Biko with wreath at Kgosi Mampuru prison
The late struggle icon died at the then Pretoria Central Prison from injuries sustained while police custody on 12 September 1977.
Stranded SA med students forced to sleep at Paris airport
More than 20 medical students were en route to Cuba when they were told they couldn’t fly beyond Paris due to harsh weather conditions caused by Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma leaves over 20 SA medical students stranded in Paris
The students, who are part of the Cuban training programme, say they weren't told by the airline that they would not be able to proceed to Cuba.
Zuma urges SA to preserve Steve Biko’s legacy
Steve Biko died on 12 September 1977 from injuries sustained while in police custody at what was then called the Pretoria Central Prison.
Funeral service planned for learner (9) who allegedly committed suicide
Lebo Maseko allegedly took his own life at the Khula-Mlambo Primary School on 1 September.
City Powers hopes to restore power to affected JHB CBD parts in 48hrs
Large parts of the city centre have been without power since last weekend when copper thieves gained access to an underground tunnel, burning cables and cutting meters of metal.
Police seek information after Hartbeespoort woman found dead
Lebo Mathuloe died on Monday after sustaining several stab wounds at the Pecanwood Estate, near the Hartbeespoort Dam.
Addressing child suicide in a troubled, challenged society
Depression and anxiety NGO, Sadag, says the number of suicides among children aged 10 to 14 years old has more than doubled in the last 15 years.
Sadag: Suicide on the rise among SA children
Nine-year-old Lebo Maseko was found hanging from a school swing on Friday, with a tunic belt tied around his neck.