Jon Qwelane's hate speech trial to resume Tuesday
The former journalist and ambassador to Uganda published an article in 2008 titled 'Call me names, but gay is not okay'.
Uber calls on all taxi drivers to work together
Meter taxi drivers obstructed traffic on Friday morning during an illegal go-slow on the R24 and R21 highways, calling for Uber to leave SA.
Study: Decolonisation & transformation central theme in fees movement
The research report focuses on students involved in the Fees Must Fall movement, how it developed and provides recommendations to university management on how to deal with the matter.
Metrobus investigates claims of drivers pocketing cash
The City of Joburg’s forensic investigations services says Metrobus is losing an estimated R6 million a month due to drivers pocketing money.
SA govt steers clear of couple's arrest in Dubai over pregnancy out of wedlock
The couple was arrested on Tuesday in Abu Dhabi; sex before marriage in the region is illegal.
Scopa: Dlamini is clearly failing
Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts says the Social Development Minister missed an opportunity to tackle the Sassa issue at weekend briefing.
CPS: No reason why social grant payment deal shouldn’t be signed
In 2014 the Constitutional Court ruled that the deal with CPS was invalid and the Social Development Department was required to find a new company.
Dlamini remains adamant social grants will be paid 1 April
About 17 million South Africans are dependent on social grants and questions have been asked about whether they will be paid.
Dlamini adamant Sassa will continue working with Post Office
Dlamini says Sassa has worked with the Post Office over the years and is still currently working with the utility.
Dlamini evades questions about relationship with Gordhan
Bathabile Dlamini says it was the National Treasury which decided to distance itself from the Sassa matter.
Dlamini blames media for ‘perpetuating Sassa drama', says no deal with CPS
Minister Bathabile Dlamini was speaking at a media briefing in Pretoria on Sunday where she reassured beneficiaries that they would receive their grants next month.
Cosatu: Bathabile Dlamini is no longer an asset to the Social Development Dept
The trade union federation says the resignation of Zane Dangor is an indication that minister is a liability to the department.
Zuma directs Dlamini, Gordhan to solve Sassa issue
Zuma met the pair this afternoon to receive a progress report on the readiness of Sassa to pay grant beneficiaries on 1 April.
CT’s Ian Neilson insists CT has seen significant transformation
Deputy Cape Town Mayor Ian Neilson says the city has a functioning CBD and wishes Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba well.
Scopa left 'disappointed' after Social Development DG’s resignation
Zane Dangor resigned from the department on Friday, citing a breakdown in his relationship with Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini.
Social Development DG resigns amid Sassa crisis
Zane Dangor, the Department of Social Development's director-general, has stepped down.
3 sustain serious injuries in light aircraft crash in Midrand
Paramedics say the cause of the crash is still unknown.
Ramaphosa: Govt taking steps to prevent repeat of Esidimeni tragedy
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has been working vigorously to ensure all patients receive the right care.