#MarkMinnie: Police confirm note found at the scene
This comes after author Mark Minnie was found dead in Port Elizabeth on Monday night with a gun lying next to his body.
‘Mark Minnie feared for his life’
Minnie’s death comes just a few days after his book, written in collaboration with investigative journalist Chris Steyn, was published.
Authorities don't suspect foul play in author Mark Minnie's death, for now
Minnie co-authored a controversial book published just last week, which implicates three former National Party ministers as central figures in a paedophilia ring that operated during apartheid.
Veteran Gauteng health workers feel underappreciated by public
Rose Ramahlafi has been practicing as a nurse for 44 years, spending the past 33 years training thousands of aspiring nurses.
Eskom: Cutting power to defaulting municipalities a last resort
Eskom says they are owed around R15 billion rand by defaulting councils.
Health, home affairs & police sectors grossly understaffed - Dlodlo
The minister joined a site visit at the Rahima Moosa Mother and Child Hospital following complaints of a lack of nurses.
'Foreign countries must provide better services for pregnant women'
It's being reported that the province is owed a R160 million by foreigners with embassies not paying their health bills.
Dlodlo: No plan to cut jobs in public sector
The 'Mail & Guardian' quoted an ANC insider as saying that there’s a plan to cut jobs to deal with an inflated wage bill.
Four arrested in connection with Naledi violence
Residents were angry when trains arrived late on Friday morning due to cable theft in the area.
Naledi residents go on rampage over late trains
This morning the community first tried to torch stationary trains - but police officers were quick to stop the crowd.
Female civil engineers question roles in sector following Pillay comments
South African Institution of Civil Engineering CEO Manglin Pillay has been widely criticised for what some have described as sexist comments about women in the sector.
D-day for Jiba, Mrwebi to give reasons to Ramaphosa to avoid suspensions
Ramaphosa set this deadline with the intention to open an inquiry to determine whether the two are fit to hold office.
[WATCH] Women engineers: The fight for equality continues
Women in the civil engineering sector are questioning their position in the male-dominated industry and ask if they are being taken seriously.
'I’ll prove I can make it in a male-dominated world'
As South Africa celebrates Women's Day, the rights of women in the workplace are being highlighted.
#WomensDay: Women open up on discrimination, harassment in workplace
Difficult and sometimes dangerous working conditions facing women in the public sector are under the spotlight this Women's Day.
Hip-hop star ProKid dies after seizure
The family has confirmed in a statement that he suffered a severe seizure while visiting a friend in the Johannesburg CBD on Wednesday night.
Women's rights groups want fundraiser event featuring Manana cancelled
The Commission for Gender Equality's Javu Baloyi says this event is a slap in the face of victims.
Underspending municipalities constrained by structural conditions - minister
On Monday, it was announced that technical teams are being deployed to distressed municipalities to improve service delivery and management.