Msimanga U-turns on Mahube Valley wall proposal
Msimanga proposed the idea last week following a feud between informal shack dwellers and residents from formal settlements.
Joburg authorities brace for march by metered taxi drivers
The drivers are set to march to the Gautrain offices after a lengthy turf war with Uber operators around Gautrain stations.
Joel Joffe who defended Madiba dies, hailed for contribution to democracy
Joffe died earlier this week at his home in Liddington in England at the age of 85.
Cosas to deal with members calling for torching of private schools
On Monday, the greater Joburg region released a statement calling for all private schools to be burnt down and vandalised.
Eskom rubbishes claims of scheduled load shedding
The power utility says the public should ignore the messages of load shedding claims doing rounds on social media
Brian Molefe voluntarily resigned, Lynne Brown says in affidavit
Brown has denied Molefe was dismissed from his position, saying his reinstatement by the Eskom board last month was invalid and therefore should be rescinded.
KZN Transport MEC concerned about spate of fatal car accidents in province
Eight people died in the latest accident on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast on Sunday when a bakkie and a truck collided on the N2 highway in Izingolweni.
11 people killed in separate KZN, Mpumalanga collisions
A bakkie and a truck collided on the N2 highway in Izingolweni in KwaZulu-Natal, killing eight people.
Minister Mbalula welcomes Ntlemeza ruling
Former Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza approached the Supreme Court of Appeals to challenge a High Court order that he may not report for duty.
Johann Botha 'believed in the truth', says friend
Botha, a television presenter, was shot dead on Wednesday at a bar in Johannesburg during an apparent robbery.
Mbalula to appoint new police commissioner in two months
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says there needs to be stability in the police service.
Corruption Watch: Molefe court bid to get Eskom job back will fail
Molefe's return to Eskom was cut short on Friday with Eskom announcing the decision to rescind his reappointment.
Mbalula: State capture probe being followed up
The crime fighting unit is reportedly probing claims that the controversial family moved billions of rands out of South Africa.
Zuma welcomes court’s decision to appeal ruling over cabinet reshuffle records
Initially, the court ordered Zuma to hand over all records, including the so-called Intelligence Report which was said he had relied on in firing Gordhan.
Residents burn municipal building, library in Schweizer-Reneke
Residents of the North West town are allegedly protesting the axing of the acting Municipal Manager Lucky Fourie.
Commuters stranded as KZN taxi drivers protest over Toyota Quantum prices
The South African Taxi Council (Santaco) says they will submit a memorandum at the Toyota plant in Durban.
Boy (7) drowns in swimming pool at Bloubosrand
Paramedics say the child received CPR before he was taken to hospital where he was declared dead on Sunday evening.
Vytjie Mentor ‘not surprised’ by details in leaked state capture emails
Mentor says she submitted the same information detailed on the emails to the Public Protector.