Sanef outraged following deaths threats to journalists
Sanef’s secretary-general Reggy Moalusi says they have resolved to have a meeting with the Police Minister and the acting National Police Commissioner.
Presidency: No comment on Absa's closure of Zuma's wife's account
The 'Sunday Times' reported that the bank had flagged unexplained millions of rands passing through her account.
Sanef appeals for safe release of kidnapped SA journo Shiraaz Mohamed
It’s been almost six months since Mohamed’s reported kidnapping in the war-torn country of Syria.
‘Koloane used his position to help Guptas clinch deals in Netherlands’
Bruce Koloane was appointed ambassador to the Netherlands in 2014, after being suspend at the International Relations Department following the Waterkloof incident.
‘Political instability has dented investors’ confidence in SA’
Some economists say while markets were expecting the downgrade by Moody’s, there is the ability to come back into investment grade.
Mandela Foundation remembers Namibian freedom fighter Toivo
Namibian freedom fighter Andimba Toivo ya Toivo died on Friday at the age of 92 in Windhoek.
[ALERT] ANC concerned by Moody’s downgrade
On Friday Moody’s announced it had downgraded South Africa's credit rating one notch to BAA3.
4 people killed, 12 injured in Durban accident
It’s understood the taxi which was carrying nurses, was travelling on the Spaghetti Junction when it hit a heavy goods truck.
Baby found abandoned in rubbish bin in Sunninghill
Paramedics say the baby was found by a homeless man on Friday night in a bin just across from the Sunninghill Hospital.
SA’s current economic, political challenges not unique - Gigaba
Malusi Gigaba says the colonial ruling classes may be prepared to give up political power but will never give up economic dominance.
Aggrieved families stage protest outside Diepkloof Mortuary
It’s understood the group is frustrated by delays in the release of post-mortem results of family members whose bodies are at the mortuary.
Soweto Women's Forum: War against gender violence, injustice go hand-in-hand
Protesters have accused police of a lack of accountability, saying a recent taxi rape victim’s case was mishandled at the Booysens Police Station.
‘Police need to know what to do when women are violated’
A group of marchers at the Booysens police station say it is one of the centres where sexual abuse victims are mishandled and where their cases go unattended.
DA: Zille’s tweets damaged party’s reputation
Zille has been suspended from party activities over the tweets she penned in March in which she defended certain aspects of colonialism.
Zille: DA suspension has very little bearing on premiership
The Western Cape Premier says she imagines it would be difficult now for her to have a free and fair disciplinary process.
Helen Zille: Disciplinary process prejudged, my rights to fairness compromised
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has officially been suspended by the Democratic Alliance's Federal Executive.
Unions serve Home Affairs with strike notice
Mediation efforts between the Home Affairs Department and unions over working hours have reached a stalemate.
KZN cop sentenced to 25 years in jail for two murders
Warrant Officer Patrick Gosling was found guilty after he gunned down two men at separate taxi ranks.