SA man (22) killed in Syria - report
According to a social activist, the 22-year-old man - who is from Durban - was allegedly killed in Syria's capital city, Damascus.
Two suspects arrested over Sakhumzi restaurant manager's murder
The manager was killed last month when suspects tried to force entry into the restaurant while staff were cashing up.
Gauteng Transport MEC condemns taxi ‘lawlessness’
MEC Ismail Vadi has condemned the barricading of several streets in the Johannesburg CBD by taxi drivers on Monday afternoon.
Confirmed: Madonsela agrees to pay R470,000 over state car damage
The Thuli Madonsela Foundation says the funds have already been deducted because the former public protector would like to move forward.
Hawks refute reports of raid at O’Sullivan's home
The investigative unit says earlier reports of a raid at Paul O’Sullivan’s home are utter lies.
#Sona2017: Zuma exaggerated 2016 tourism numbers
The actual increase year-on-year was far from the 13% claimed by Zuma but in actual fact only around 2%.
Four killed in Carletonville car crash
Emergency services say several occupants were flung out of the cars when they collided head on.
10 arrested for public violence in Bela-Bela
On Tuesday angry residents burned the mayor’s house and car in protest over an increase in electricity tariffs. .
JHB mayor moves to root out alleged corruption at City Power
Herman Mashaba has confirmed that a forensic investigation into City Power tenders valued at billions of rand has been launched.
State capture, Zuma, Guptas & Madonsela named 2016’s biggest newsmakers
The National Press Club says according to media monitoring networks, state capture generated 51% of coverage last year.
Denosa: Shortage of nurses to blame for lack of service delivery
Denosa says says sometimes one nurse will do the work of two or three other nurses.
Denosa to march on SANC over nursing licences
The union will go on strike on 22 February after what they say is numerous failed attempts at getting SANC to addressing licensing issues for nurses.
COJ: Reintegration of govt entities to deal with service delivery
Mayor Herman Mashaba says the reintegration will be a slow process and the best interests of residents will be considered.
GP cops arrest 2,871 in two-day sting operations
Authorities say during the operations 22 unlicensed firearms were recovered, 56 illegal liquor outlets closed down.
City of Joburg approves integration of local SOEs
Entities such as City Power, Joburg Water and Pikitup back into the City in what it is says is a bid to improve service delivery.
Moseneke concedes 1994 deal didn’t include economic transformation
Dikgang Moseneke says the country's 1994 deal didn’t include historic economic variances which had existed since 1652.
Moseneke: Mandela was no sell-out, but ’94 left much unaddressed
Dikgang Moseneke says it is not true that Nelson Mandela was a sell-out, but does agree that 1994 did not address all issues affecting the country.
Mthethwa urges SA to praise artists while they are still alive
Minister Nathi Mthethwa says all South Africans owe local legendary artists a profound debt of gratitude for their services.