Minister: Zimbabwe on high alert amid fears of bloodshed
'Newsday' is reporting that Zimbabwe’s Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu made the comments after former minister Jonathan Moyo, who was Grace Mugabe’s ally, warned of bloodshed.
Zimbabwe on high alert for cholera outbreak
The warning comes after 200 new cases of typhoid resurfaced in Harare’s suburbs.
[GALLERY] Proud parents across SA share cute snaps as kids head #BackToSchool
Eyewitness News readers share photos of their little (and big) ones starting the 2018 school year.
[GALLERY] Nerves, tears and protests: Back to school in Gauteng
Pupils in Gauteng marked the return to school and the start of the 2018 academic year with some nerves and tears, while EFF members protested at a Vereeniging school over its admissions policy.
Joburg ANC deputy secretary to appear in court for fraud, theft
The party ANC said that Dan Bovu had been charged with fraud and theft relating to a 2009 case in which he is alleged to have been involved in fraudulent activities while a member of the Thembelihle Trust.
Sars dismisses claims of corruption
This week, British MP Peter Hain said he has evidence that the firm overlooked allegations of money laundering by senior employee Jonas Makwakwa.
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Trains collide in Ermelo leaving 4 injured
It is understood the two trains had collided at low speed inside the depot.
Parents to form "Walking Bus" to ensure Nyanga pupils get to school safely
Nyanga, a township in Cape Town, consistently records some of the highest incidents of serious crimes in South Africa, including murder and sexual assault.
Gigaba to meet ministers, Treasury officials in first Budget talks
They will discuss macro-economic forecasts, the country's economic outlook and the preliminary fiscal framework.
Parliamentary committee welcomes Selebano resignation
Dr Barney Selebano has resigned as the head of Gauteng's Department of Health after apologising late last year for his role in the Esidimeni tragedy.
GP Edu Dept concerned about 33,000 unplaced school children
As parents and pupils across the province prepare to start school on Wednesday, MEC Panyanza Lesufi says a total of 33,000 grade one and grade eight pupils are still waiting for space at schools.
Barney Selebano resigns as Gauteng Health Dept head
Dr Barney Selebano oversaw the transfer of patients from Life Esidimeni to unregistered NGOs.
Zim govt to set up 10 special courts to fight corruption
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has given corrupt officials until the end of next month to return money illegally stashed abroad.
[WATCH LIVE] Keorapetse Kgositsile laid to rest
The professor and poet will be laid to rest at the West Park Cemetery in Johannesburg.
City Power investigating cause of power outages
The utility has confirmed that electricity has been fully restored in all areas that were affected by the interruptions.
Report: NPA set to make moves on #statecapture
The City Press is reporting that the NPA's asset forfeiture unit is taking action against the controversial family.
Mnangagwa heads to Namibia in third leg of diplomatic blitz
Zimbabwe's president Emmerson Mnangagwa’s diplomatic blitz has already seen him visit South Africa and Angola since coming to power late last year.