Unisa asks SAHRC to intervene in alleged racism, sexism at its Law College
The commission says its concerning that such claims are coming from such a distinguished institution of higher learning.
Jacques Pauw says 'compromised police officer' removed from case against him
The author of ‘The President’s Keepers’ has described the Colonel Reuben Govender as ‘a pet cop’ linked to a close friend of President Zuma.
Joburg EMS on high alert amid severe thunderstorms
The SA Weather Service has issued an alert for heavy downpours in Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal and some parts of the North West.
Lawyers representing women soldiers in Lesotho vow to fight pregnancy rule
The lawyers are fighting against a standing order which states that any woman with less than five years’ service who falls pregnant will be discharged from the force.
Tornado hits Vaal Marina, dozens hurt
Midvaal Mayor Bongani Baloyi says two help centres have already been set-up to assist those who have lost everything.
Black Sash: Several gaps remain with social grant payments deal
On Sunday, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe announced Sassa and the Post Office had reached an agreement.
Sassa understands govt insourcing best for grants payment
Sassa has therefore resolved to collaborate with the Sapo to ensure a seamless phasing out of the current service provider, CPS.
Stride for Good march organisers reveal they have more plans
The striding men rally was held yesterday where the women's department in government handed over cheques to various NGO's to support their causes.
Woman accused of defrauding NGO due in Pretoria court
The Gauteng provincial investigating unit arrested the suspect following the disappearance of R5 million from the books of an NGO in the West Rand.
Security beefed up at shopping malls ahead of Christmas
In Gauteng, some malls have intensified their security measures by working with the police.
KZN fire leaves residents homeless, no fatalities reported
Cato Manor residents at an informal settlement were left homeless when a blaze razed their homes to the ground on Saturday.
3.5m-year-old fossil unveiled in Sterkfontein caves
Paleoanthropologist Ron Clarke discovered the fossil, now named Little Foot, at the cradle of humankind.
#Listeria: Don’t panic, says Motsoaledi
Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says at least 36 people have already died, and more than 500 cases have been confirmed countrywide.
SA Weather Service warns of heavy rains over parts of Gauteng
The Weather Service says heavy thunderstorms could result in localised flooding in some areas.
Constitutional Court rules against City of Joburg in 2012 eviction case
The city moved the residents from Saratoga Avenue in Johannesburg to a shelter in 2012. They were split up from their families into men’s and women’s dormitories.
Koos Bekker: Nothing untoward with R100m deal involving SABC
Chairman of Naspers Koos Becker admits that it was slow to respond and grasp the allegations of corruption set against MultiChoice.
UN: We have to close the gap to prevent new Aids infections
Preventing vulnerable people from falling through the cracks of HIV/Aids treatment is the key focus of World Aids Day.
Man dies after falling from construction site in Sandton
Emergency services say the construction worker plunged several meters from a building on Thursday afternoon.