‘Govt working on building houses, finding land in Eldorado Park, Ennerdale’
MEC Paul Mashatile says water services and electricity will be placed in certain areas where people want to build houses.
Phosa: Zuma only survives because ANC NEC protects him
Former ANC treasurer-general Mathews Phosa says at an executive level the party’s NEC can’t ask the party to unite around corruption.
22 pupils injured in Randburg taxi accident
Paramedics say all the children have been stabilised, while one of the adults is in a serious condition.
Man’s body found bound to a street pole in Kagiso
Police say the unidentified man's naked body was discovered earlier on Tuesday with severe injuries.
Gauteng warned to brace for cold snap
The South African Weather Service says rain and snow can also be expected in parts of the Western and Eastern Cape.
Govt has let us down, say Eldorado Park residents
Residents say there is a lot of potential in the youth of the area who have matric but remain unemployed or don’t have funds to further their studies.
Looting spreads to Nancefield, running battles continue in Eldorado Park
Officers have once again opened fire on demonstrators who are demanding land and a solution to unemployment in their community.
[UPDATE] Tensions escalate, police fire rubber bullets in Eldorado Park
Residents say they are tired of not being heard, saying there are many people who were promised homes which haven't been delivered.
Nick Durandt’s family remember him as great father
The late boxing trainer Nick Durandt’s son, Damien, says he's grateful for his father's life.
Hundreds remember Nick Durandt for his loving nature, resilient spirit
The memorial of Durandt has seen hundreds of friends and colleagues pay their respect to what they call the best boxing trainer South Africa has ever produced.
Final goodbyes for Nick Durandt
The legendary boxing trainer died in a motorcycle crash in Clarens last month.
Gordhan: SA leaders must identify their weaknesses
The former Finance Minister says the shelf life of a national liberation movement is about 20 to 25 years and somewhere in that period, it is going to lose its sense of purpose.
Gordhan: Not all hope is lost for SA
Speaking at the launch of a local documentary, Gordhan says he remains hopeful that things will change and he is confident the ANC and South Africans can self-correct.
Minister Masutha: I accept Mabel Jansen’s resignation
Jansen was placed on special leave last year following racist comments in which she expressed her belief that rape was part of black people's culture.
[WATCH] Minister Mthethwa launches Africa Month
Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa launched this year's Africa Month on Wednesday 3 May in Pretoria under the theme "The Year of OR Tambo: Building a Better Africa and a Better World!.
#DataMustFall: Right to communicate a basic human right – R2K
Marking World Press Freedom Day the NGO R2K has marched on MTN’s KZN office, calling on network providers to reduce the cost of data.
4 arrested for possession of unlicensed firearms, stolen goods
Police made the arrests after responding to a tip-off from community members on Tuesday night.
NGOs assess next move over Zuma and arms deal
Ajay Sooklal reportedly has knowledge about how Jacob Zuma benefited from the arms deal, but says Zuma asked him not to testify at the Seriti Commission.