Ramaphosa: SANDF presence at Sona was ceremonial
The deputy president says the presence of the Defence Force in Parliament during Sona was not to protect any one individual.
2 kids critical after Bloemfontein taxi crash
Two other children were injured when they we mowed down by a taxi that had lost control and veered off the road.
Zuma: I doubt South Africans are xenophobic
President Jacob Zuma says South Africa has a leading economy on the continent and that’s why many people migrate here.
Zuma: We will amend laws on land expropriation
The president says the country needs to take urgent steps to transform the economy, including land ownership, very fast.
Sanef speaks out on intimidation of media during anti-migrant march
Earlier on Friday the SABC crew was robbed of their equipment in Atteridgeville.
Metro cop shot in shoot-out with suspects
The incident happened after a chase on the N3 North, when police followed a truck to Marlboro after a hijacking.
City of Joburg working to restore power after outages
Areas affected by power outages include Mayfair, Milpark, Jeppe & Cleveland after damage to a feeder board caused by a fire at the Mayfair substation.
JMPD officer wounded in Alexandra shooting
The police officer has been transported to the Milpark Hospital.
Rhino killing at Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage condemned
The International Fund for Animal Welfare says its especially appalling that a rhino orphanage has been attacked.
Trio arrested for looting in Atteridgeville denied bail
Police say they are still looking for other possible suspects who may have been involved in Monday’s violence.
Mantashe: Gordhan's budget a balanced one
Gwede Mantashe says the ANC is satisfied that transformation in the economic sector has been prioritised.
Study: Migrants less likely to be involved in criminal activity
The International Organisation for Migration migrants are less likely to be involved in criminal activity for fear of deportation.
Home Affairs dealing with challenges around documentation of foreign nationals
The dept was responding to allegations that police & govt have been slow to respond to violence in Rosettenville & Pretoria West.
Anger, frustration in Rosettenville, PTA West ‘misdirected'
The African Diaspora Forum says residents have misdirected their anger towards foreign nationals instead of confronting police.
Mashaba claims to have new information implicating City Power boss
The mayor says he’s consulting lawyers on how to deal with the City Power board, claiming it has failed to suspend Sicelo Xulu.
Dirco mum on details around axing of SA’s commissioner to Singapore
The department on Sunday confirmed that its employment relationship with Hazel Ngubeni had come to an end.
Johannesburg Social Movement calls on Mashaba to step down
The movement says it's unhappy with the scrapping of the Jozi@Work programme which it says will leave 8,000 people without work.
15 children found after they went missing in Khutsong
Its alleged a man offered to hire a taxi for them to the Khutsong playgrounds but then took them to the Oberholzer Train Station.