Gauteng MEC to review Mcebo Dlamini's university funding
Lesufi revealed that the Gauteng Education Department is funding Dlamini’s postgraduate studies.
Police monitoring Tembisa following service delivery protests
Officials say community members have blocked roads leading into and out of the area.
'Quality infrastructure can promote mixing of racial groups'
Kgalema Motlanthe says the gap in the provision of infrastructure must addressed to curb racism.
Guptas not given chance to respond to claims, says lawyer
The family’s lawyer has urged the Public Protector to include their statements in the state capture report.
Tovey still critical as family remains hopeful of full recovery
The former Bafana Bafan captain was rushed to hospital on Sunday after suffering a heart attack.
Taxi drivers block road into Atteridgeville
Drivers are preventing other taxis from moving freely through a taxi rank near the Kalafong Hospital.
Will detained Mcebo Dlamini be allowed to write a vital test tomorrow?
He is expected back in court tomorrow on five charges including assault and public violence.
Mcebo Dlamini's bail application put on the back burner
He appeared in court today on charges including malicious damage to property and assault.
Sars to nullify contract with Moyane's nephew
The nephew is a shareholder in a company that was awarded a R2 billion contract to collect taxpayers' debt.
ANC looking forward to state capture report
It says the report will assist it in its fight against the interference of private interests in state affairs.
#Braamfontein: Were Wits students part of group arrested during clashes?
Nine people were arrested and several students left injured following clashes in the area.
Mixed reaction after Baleka Mbete returns state capture report
Yesterday, advocate Thuli Madonsela announced she has written to Mbete about the report.
ANC looking forward to release of state capture report
The ruling party says it respects the right of all affected parties to seek the necessary legal recourse.
VUT students want criminal charges against suspended peers dropped
VUT says its management has no power to withdraw criminal charges, which is all in the hands of police.
VUT to study CCTV footage in hunt for ‘arsonists’
Yesterday, a university storeroom was set alight as well as a section of an unused residence.
Calm returns to Vaal University of Technology
It’s been a cat and mouse game between students and police at VUT.
Tear gas & stun grenades fired at VUT, academic activity continues
Police have fired tear gas & rubber bullets to disperse a group of students protesting at the institution.
Water dept admits it's been ‘unsuccessful’ in attempts to reduce water usage
The department had instructed municipalities like Johannesburg to reduce water consumption by 15%.