6 killed in car crash in Limpopo
Officials says two vehicles collided head-on on the R81 in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Ramaphosa expected to deliver Youth Day speech in Polokwane
Ramaphosa says because this year's commemoration coincides with 25 years of freedom it takes place under the theme “25 years of democracy: a celebration of youth activism”.
NYDA calls for economic inclusion as youth mark 1976 students massacre
The comments come as South African marks 43 years since young people protested in Soweto against Afrikaans being used as a primary medium of instruction in schools.
Masina: New Ekurhuleni mayoral committee to accelerate service delivery
Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina said he was focused on selecting individuals with experience, competence, and a passion for service delivery excellence.
Kempton Park residents without power for almost a week
It was understood the outage was caused by an explosion at the Glen Marais substation due to cable theft.
Vicki Momberg blames media, justice system after losing 6th lawyer
Momberg on Tuesday appeared in the Johannesburg High Court after being abandoned by her sixth lawyer.
I was disoriented on the night of racist 'rant' - Vicki Momberg
She said during her trauma, she was not sure whether she called the police or if they came on their own.
SAA request R4bn bailout to remain afloat: board
SAA failed to make a profit since 2011 and has been operating at a loss.
Jarana to play advisory role to SAA, despite resigning as CEO: board
SAA board member Thandeka Mgoduso said Jarana was supposed to serve notice until August but requested to leave sooner.
We gave Jarana all the support we could - SAA board
In his leaked resignation letter former CEO Vuyani Jarana said he was leaving his post because of a lack of support and commitment to fund SAA.
Zuks Ramasia appointed SAA acting CEO
The appointment, which was announced at a briefing on Friday, follows the resignation of Vuyani Jarana.
Defeats in court remind EFF to use power responsibly - analysts
The red berets lost their bid against journalist Karima Brown in the Johannesburg High Court on Thursday.
Mkhwebane defends Gordhan notice, says office is transparent in new video
In a YouTube video on Thursday, Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane explained her announcement, saying it was nothing new.
Mkhwebane says there’s nothing extraordinary about notice served on Gordhan
On Monday, Busisiwe Mkhwebane served Pravin Gordhan with the notice of the Public Protector Act in relation to her investigation into his meetings with the Guptas and his involvement in the so-called rogue unit.
Suspended rail boss Nkululeko Poya resigns before hearing
RSR CEO Nkululeko Poya was placed on suspension in November 2017 and faced 14 charges including gross misconduct, abuse of power and dishonesty, among others.
'Wake up before it's too late,' unions warn govt after GDP falls
Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) Sizwe Pamla says this is a result of no drastic action being taken by the government to kick start the economy.
25-year sentence not enough, says mom of murder victim
Jarred Jackson was murdered by Cecilia Steyn and Zack Valentine.
Mother of man killed by 'Krugersdorp Killers' relieved at guilty verdict
Many of those slaughtered and burnt were killed after they tried to leave the Electus Per Deus group.