Legendary musician Philip Tabane remembered at memorial service
The Mamelodi senior choir rendered an emotional tribute to the late Tabane at a memorial service at the Mamelodi community hall.
Police yet to establish identities of bodies found in Vlakplaas cave
The police say while ZCC Church paraphernalia was found near the bodies of two of the men, she cannot confirm if they are members of the church.
Third body found in Vlakplaas cave
While the circumstances around the deaths are unclear, the men are believed to have been ZCC members who'd gone into the crevice to pray.
Memorial service for musician Philip Tabane to be held in Pretoria
Tabane, who is being remembered for his unique approach to jazz, died on Friday last week, at the age of 84.
Mantashe to visit FS, KZN as talks continue on Mining Charter
Minister Gwede Mantashe held marathon discussions with members of the public on Tuesday to get their input on the charter.
Court clears Napoleon Webster of murder due to lack of evidence
The case against the councillor for the F4SD in the North West was dismissed after the State conceded it did not have enough evidence linking him to Sabata Chale’s murder.
Mantashe engages Carletonville community on Mining Charter
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has revisited the area three weeks after the death of seven miners at Sibanye-Stillwater's Masakhane shaft.
Philip Tabane hailed for his pivotal role in SA’s history
The veteran guitarist and founding member of music group Malombo Jazzmen died on Friday at the age of 84.
Legendary musician Philip Tabane dies aged 84
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has joined many South Africans in expressing shock and sadness at the news of the veteran's death.
Nehawu extends ultimatum to govt by 2 weeks to tackle NW problems
On Wednesday the union gave the task team 24 hours to respond or risk a two-day stay away by workers in the province.
'Fight until you get what you want'
Nehawu gave the interministerial team tasked with addressing governance issues in the province 24 hours to act on its demands.
Nehawu gives NW task team 24 hours to respond to demands
Nehawu’s Zola Saphetha blames Mahumapelo for the collapse of services in all government departments, not just Health and Social Development.
Madoda Sambatha defends industrial action by NW workers
Sambatha delivered a message of support to Nehawu at the Montshiwa Stadium.
Nehawu calls for speedy solutions to problems at NW Social Development Dept
Nehawu says the plight of workers in the provincial Social Development Department is being ignored.
Nehawu issues ultimatum to NW officials over demands
Nehawu is threatening a two-day stay-away and further disruption of services if their demands are not met in 24 hours.
Nehawu warns mass action could shutdown Mahikeng
On what's been dubbed a national day of action, Nehawu says that today's march in Mahikeng is because of inaction on the demands it submitted nearly two months ago to the office of the premier.
IFP: In honouring Nzima, true SA story should be told for generations to come
Legendary photojournalist Sam NzimaNzima is remembered for taking the iconic photo of Hector Pieterson that drew the world's attention to the atrocities of apartheid during the 1976 uprising.
Case against accused in Limpopo petrol bomb bus attack postponed
The group face charges of murder, attempted murder and malicious damage to property for the petrol bomb attack on a bus carrying mineworkers.