Nzimande calls for scientific research to be more accessible
Blade Nzimande addressed the opening of the fifth science forum in Pretoria on Wednesday.
Stats SA’s financial woes won’t affect our work: Maluleka
Statistician-General Risenga Maluleka made the remarks while delivering the country's GDP numbers for the third quarter, which showed a contraction of 0.6%.
Stellenbosch University’s rector cleared of interference in language policy case
Professor Wim de Villiers was accused of trying to influence the case by attempting to convince former Justice Edwin Cameron to accept a nomination to become the university’s new chancellor.
Bishops College probe: No grounds to lay charges against teacher, says lawyer
An independent investigation has found Fiona Viotti targeted at least five pupils.
Reward up for grabs for info on latest CT train fire
Authorities are looking for at least four suspects who torched 18 carriages at Cape Town station last week.
Magistrate shot dead at Mitchells Plain filling station
Magistrate Vernon Jantjies was gunned down at a filling station in Lentegeur, Cape Town.
Probe finds 5 pupils were victims in Bishops Diocesan College ‘sex scandal’
It emerged earlier this year that a female teacher, Fiona Viotti, had a sexual relationship with a teenage pupil at the school.
9 arrested after violent Darling protests due in court
Poor services and a lack of housing prompted the protest on Monday.
It’s not all blue skies for SAA as Scopa now wants it to account
While SAA makes plans to recover from a bruising wage strike, Scopa has slammed it for what it calls a total disregard of parliamentary process.
It's business as usual for Fireman's Arms after fire
A blaze gutted the pub's beer garden earlier this week.
Lobby group urges govt to intervene to keep ArcelorMittal steel plant open
The steel manufacturer said that it could no longer compete in export markets and the facility had incurred substantial losses in the past.
Cops probe motive behind fatal stabbing of NC girl (14)
The teenager was allegedly killed by a 16-year-old girl at an Upington school.
Parly committee alarmed over lack of plan to tackle water crisis
The committee argued that having no clear plan to effectively address the country's water crisis resulted in reactionary responses from government that were both delayed and expensive.
SAA's challenges a result of state capture corruption, says Parly committee
Parliament’s Public Enterprises Committee also slammed utterances by unions calling on South Africans not to fly with SAA as reckless and sabotage of the national carrier.
At least R600m needed to help drought-stricken farmers - AgriSA report
AgriSA recently released its latest agriculture drought report which takes a look at the overall drought situation across the country.
SAA awaits date from CCMA to meet with striking unions
The troubled airline will resume flights to six African destinations on Tuesday amid a strike.
SAA provides CAA with strike contingency plan for safe operation
The national carrier denied claims that it was using unqualified staff to fill in for striking staff.
Bloodhound supersonic car to return to NC for new speed test
The team behind the project tested the car in the Northern Cape’s Hakskeenpan region last month aimed at breaking the world land speed record.