Former Soweto guard accused of sexually abusing pupils pleads not guilty
Johannes Molefe is on trial in the Randburg Magistrates Court for allegedly raping and sexually assaulting pupils from the AB Xuma Primary School last year.
Rape trial of former Soweto scholar patrol guard to begin
Johannes Molefe is accused of sexually abusing a number of children from the AB Xuma Primary school last year.
Nurses should be central to health system for NHI to succeed - Cosatu
Cosatu president Zingiswa Losi has called on Nehawu to be more vocal in raising issues affecting nurses, including the poor working conditions many are subjected to.
Over 250,000 Gauteng pupils placed at schools
The Department of Basic Education has once again reminded parents that late applications will be announced in due course.
Pandor urges universities to develop more senior black and female academics
Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor says that support mechanisms must be put in place to produce competent black and female academics who are comfortable in their field.
Pandor pleased with NSFAS progress in clearing backlog
Earlier this year, the financial aid scheme halted the process to clear payments for students who have been waiting for their money since last year.
SAUS calls for decolonisation of higher education
Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor convened a one-day meeting in Boksburg to discuss advancing transformation in the sector on Monday.
Vicki Momberg appeal case postponed to next year
Momberg appeared in the Randburg Magistrates Court in Johannesburg this morning.
Total Shut Down activists send warning to government
Total Shut Down activists have warned they will not hesitate to take to the streets if government fails to deliver on the resolutions of the Presidential Gender Summit.
Govt agrees to develop strategic plan on women abuse & femicide
Government and civil society have committed to working together to address the crisis of violence against women in the country.
Ramaphosa: Gender-based violence is our collective problem
Government has convened the two-day gathering together with civil society organisations, in an effort to find ways to stop the scourge of abuse.
Silent protest as Ramaphosa addresses gender-based violence summit
Government convened the two-day gathering following a call by the total shutdown movement during a march to the Union Buildings on Women's Day.
[WATCH LIVE] Abuse survivors break down at summit
Women groups, civil society organisations and dignitaries from various sectors have gathered in centurion for a two-day event to discuss gender-based violence and femicide.
[WATCH] Boipatong family: Sewage conditions contributed to mother's death
The Boipatong community has lost one of their own possibly due to her exposure to toxic waste and raw sewage in the area. Seipati Hlapolosa was buried on 20 October 2018.
[UPDATE] Duduzane Zuma culpable homicide case postponed
Former President Jacob Zuma's son collided with a taxi on the M1 highway in 2014 resulting in the death of Phumzile Dube and Nanki Mashaba.
Case against murder accused Enzo Pietropaolo postponed
Manuela Pietropaolo was shot nine times allegedly by Enzo Pietropaolo at her Brackenhurst home in 2017.
Cogta welcomes Treasury’s allocation of R3.2bn for natural disasters
R1.6 billion of the money will be set aside to help with the effects of storms and fires.
'Exposure to toxic waste contributed to my mother's death'
The Vaal community who had to contend with persistent environmental hazards including the sewage seeping through their homes, schools and cemeteries.