Lesufi hints at debates on what should happen to all apartheid symbols
Lesufi said the renaming of Hoerskool Hendrik Verwoerd to Rietondale Secondary was part of the department's mission to remove the offensive symbols of apartheid.
Tshegofatso Selahle to be laid to rest on Saturday
His funeral will be held in Limpopo on Saturday and the family requested space and privacy to mourn.
Hoërskool Hendrik Verwoerd to now be known as Rietondale High
The MEC says renaming of the school is part of the department's mission remove the offensive symbols of apartheid at institutions of learning.
Probe into cause of deadly M1 crash under way
A bus, a taxi and a car were involved in the crash on the M1 near the Xavier offramp.
Free State trio accused of murdering taxi driver to appear in court
The trio was arrested on Wednesday shortly after the alleged stabbing.
Crawford-Browne: Ramaphosa must cancel arms deal and recover money
The ruling by the North Gauteng High Court setting aside the findings of the arms deal commission has placed fresh pressure on the National Prosecuting Authority to prosecute those implicated in the controversy.
Two pupils, one other male stab taxi driver to death in Sasolburg
It's believed the three attacked the driver during a ride to Zamdela on Wednesday afternoon.
Mkhwebane approaches ConCourt over interdict on Sars pension payout report
Last month, the High Court granted an order in the application brought by Pravin Gordhan, which suspended the implementation of the Public Protector’s remedial action pending a judicial review of the report.
Committee set up to probe fraud, corruption at Gauteng municipalities
Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile said the committee would investigate and act on corrupt activities.
CoJ, unions sign memorandum of understanding to reduce municipal strikes
The South African Municipal Workers Union and the Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union are part of the agreement which will see protests being the last resort in addressing workers' grievances.
Fraud case against 2 Tsogo Sun employees postponed
Jeffery Moodley and Leeba Lesuthu from the Tsogo Sun Hotel in KwaZulu-Natal appeared in the Durban Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Friday.
2 employees stole R4m from Tsogo Sun using fake accounts
Jeffery Moodley and Leeba Lesuthu from in Kwazulu-Natal are facing fraud charges.
Several people reportedly injured in Zim anti-government march
On Friday morning, the High Court denied a planned protest application by the opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), sparking wide outrage.
Railway safety must become an integral part of normal operations - Mbalula
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said that his department would put more emphasis on railway safety to reduce the increased number of train accidents and ensure that train operations were efficient.
Security association ‘concerned’ by spike in security guard killings
So far this year, 16 officers have been gunned down in the line of duty.
Mangaung officials to meet this week following Moody’s downgrade
Moody’s last week downgraded the metro by three notches, an indictment on the state of the metro.
Plans to tighten SA immigration laws could harm economy, warns forum
The Forum of Immigration Practitioners of South Africa said the way the country was handling the immigration crisis was not good for the economy.
Suspect arrested for cop's attempted murder
Reacting to a tip-off, officers were deployed to Protea Glen, Soweto, on Saturday night where they spotted a vehicle that was reported stolen.