Zuma: Access to water, sanitation can create positive economic development
President Jacob Zuma says there are measures that can be implemented to alleviate this situation.
Zuma: World leaders must prioritise access to water & sanitation
President Jacob Zuma says the newly launched UN 2017 World Water Development report paints a bleak picture.
Zuma saddened that some South Africans still uphold racist values
The president says the Justice Department is working on clamping down on intolerant behaviour.
Zuma again assures social grants will be paid on 1 April
President Jacob Zuma was speaking at the Victoria Grounds in King William's Town for the official Human Rights Day commemorations on Tuesday.
N12 reopened following massive pile up
The road was closed following the crash involving 17 cars and five trucks just after Snake Road.
Zuma calls on South Africans to unite
President Jacob Zuma has called for a spirit of unity in remembrance of liberators like OR Tambo.
‘The ideology of racism is deeply entrenched amongst some’
Speaking at the Human Rights Day commemoration in King William's Town, President Zuma says it’s sad that racism still exists in a democratic South Africa.
Zuma: We must never forget Sharpeville
The president was joined by his deputy at the official Human Rights Day celebrations in King William’s Town.
Zuma commemorates Biko on Human Rights Day
Stephen Biko was beaten to death by Eastern Cape police in September 1977 at the age of 31.
Zuma to lead National Human Rights Day commemoration
The South African Human Rights Commission says it’s encouraged that citizens are becoming increasingly aware of their rights.
1 dead, scores injured in N12 pile-up near Benoni
One person has been killed and scores more have been injured in a multi vehicle pile-up on the N12 east near Putfontein in Benoni.
Zane Dangor says his family traumatised following break-in
Dangor says it’s suspicious that the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) CEO Thokozani Magwaza experienced a similar ordeal at his home a week earlier.
ConCourt ruling to guide resolution on grant payments debacle
CPS has apparently negotiated a deal that will secure R194 million per month to continue distributing grants.
2 men linked to FNB heist denied bail
Maredi Bernard Letsoalo and Norman Moeli have been in custody since last month on charges of business robbery.
‘Cabinet hasn’t discussed possibility of disciplinary action against Dlamini’
Jeff Radebe says the inter-ministerial task team established is looking into all matters related to the Sassa crisis.
FNB heist suspects to apply for bail
The bank's Randburg and Parktown branches were rocked by sophisticated robberies where safety deposit boxes and nearly R2 million were stolen.
ANCYL: Don't let Dlamini-Zuma's political wisdom go to waste
On Wednesday, former African Union chair Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma returned home from Ethiopia after wrapping up her duties.
ANCYL has ‘big plans’ for Dlamini-Zuma, says Maine
The former AU chair arrived back into the country on Wednesday afternoon, after concluding her handover in Addis Ababa.