SABC says process of appointing COO yet to be finalised
This follows the Sunday World’s report Chris Maroleng has been appointed to the SABC's COO position, replacing Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
7 bodies of suspected illegal miners found in Benoni
Authorities say they've opened cases of murder, adding that the bodies are suspected to be those of foreign nationals involved in illegal mining in the area.
Malema sends stern warning to racists
Malema has also called on EFF members to deal with those who continue to call black people the k-word.
African ambassadors demand apology from Trump
The collective of African ambassadors to the UN has described his remarks as outrageous, racist and xenophobic.
Barberton Prison inmates vow to continue hunger strike
Inmates want Justice Minister Michael Masutha to speed up the process of their parole consideration saying this is long overdue.
Barberton Prison inmate hospitalised due to hunger strike, says fellow inmate
Prisoners embarked on the strike on Thursday, accusing the Department of Correctional Services of deliberately delaying the process of considering them for parole.
Malema: We make no apology for what EFF members did at H&M stores
Addressing the EFF ground forces forum in Westenburg in Polokwane, Malema says the protest has taught the store a lesson.
[ALERT] Police use rubber bullets at EFF protest at H&M East Rand Mall
H&M had used a black child to model a sweatshirt with the slogan "coolest monkey in the jungle".
Transport union condemns Prasa for ignoring safety directions
The union says Prasa is deliberately contravening the National Railway Safety Regulator Act.
SACP to lower its flag in honour of Rica Hodgson
The communist party says South Africa must deepen work to build a completely non-racial, non-sexist, just and democratic society in honour of Hodgson.
DA concerned over 700 new nurses who won’t study this year
Last year the Gauteng Health Department announced that it could no longer afford to fund their studies.
‘Unisa should clarify its stance on free higher education’
The EFF’s student body brought Unisa’s Sunnyside campus in Pretoria to a standstill on Friday because the institution has refused to open the late application processes.
Mandela Foundation saddened by death of Rica Hodgson
The Nelson Mandela Foundation has described Hodgson as a remarkable veteran, a freedom fighter and an anti-apartheid activist who dedicated her life to a free society.
Senior City of JHB official dismissed for tender irregularities
The city says the official conducted private business without prior consent and thus breached the code of ethics to influence procurement decisions for his own benefit.
NW police probe man’s murder after protest at Bafokeng platinum mine
The police say it’s not clear if the bullet came from protesters or the security guards.
Untu: Strike will bring Prasa to a complete halt
Untu says it’s demanding better salaries and medical aid cover, along with other benefits.
Dirco welcomes bilateral meeting between North & South Korea
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says South Africa fully supports this joint initiative as it unfolds and progresses.
ACDP's Meshoe urges Ramaphosa not to downgrade SA Embassy in Israel
The ANC took the resolution at its conference in December to downgrade the embassy to a liaison office in support of the Palestinian people.