Minister Letsatsi-Duba was never SSA source or spy, says agency
The State Security Agency (SSA) has denied claims that Minister Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba was a paid spy for over a decade.
Three arrested for murders of 2 Durban metro officers
The officers were shot dead in Phoenix, Durban on Monday.
RAF seeks families of victims & survivors of deadly Welkom bus crash
The Road Accident Fund is calling on the families of the victims and survivors of a Welkom bus crash to visit their offices for assistance.
Tributes pour in for Kenyan author and activist Binyavanga Wainaina
The 48-year-old passed away in a Nairobi hospital last night after a short illness.
Saray Khumalo’s fellow climber found dead a day after reaching Mt Everest peak
Indian national Ravi Thakar was found dead on Friday morning after reaching the peak of the highest mountain in the world on Thursday.
Saray Khumalo raises over R100,000 for disadvantaged students
Doctor Thandi Ndlovu Children's Foundation director Thandi Ndlovu said they hoped to put more disadvantaged children through school with the funds raised.
Saray Khumalo’s Everest joy tempered by team member's fall
Irish professor, Seamus Lawless, reportedly fell on Thursday after also reaching the top.
After making history, SA's Saray Khumalo climbs down Mount Everest
Khumalo made history on Thursday morning after becoming the first black African woman to summit Mount Everest.
2 women involved in fake resurrection to appear in court
Brighton Moyo made headlines in February after a video was widely shared where he emerged from a coffin with many congregants believing he had been brought back to life.
Lenasia South residents threaten shutdown over land grabs
Angry residents blocked roads a few days ago, demanding to speak to Gauteng Human Settlement MEC Uhuru Moiloa about land invasions in their area.
Top of the world: SA's Saray Khumalo first black African woman to summit Everest
South African Saray Khumalo has just reached the top of the world, becoming the first black South African woman to summit Mount Everest.
SA’s fortunes in Eskom’s hands - Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramphosa said government would announce further plans in the State of the Nation Address about how it plans to deal with cash-strapped parastatal Eskom.
You shouldn’t have a headache about land expropriation - Ramaphosa to investors
President Cyril Ramaphosa assured investors and business people that South Africa was governed by the rule of law and land restoration would be peaceful.
Ramaphosa wants to revive presidential policy and research unit
President Cyril Ramaphosa now that he had received a new mandate from voters, after the ANC's victory at the polls last week, he would make sure effective policies were implemented.
Ramaphosa: My Cabinet will help grow SA's economy
The president's administration is under pressure to create jobs with the latest unemployment figures showing that over 6 million people are sitting without jobs.
eThekwini Mayor Gumede must be given time to clear name, says KZN govt
Gumede handed herself over to the Hawks on Tuesday, along with African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) regional deputy secretary Mondli Mthembu, over their alleged involvement in tender fraud amounting to R208 million.
Ramaphosa in first investor meeting since ANC election win
President Cyril Ramaphosa will attend a conference by global investment banking firm Goldman Sachs in Johannesburg.
Unemployment rate should serve as wake-up call to incoming govt - unions
Cosatu spokesperson Sizwe Pamla says President Cyril Ramaphosa doesn’t have any time to waste and must act quickly to prevent more jobs being shed.