Enoch Mpianzi’s family still left with unanswered questions over his drowning
Mpianzi’s body was found on Friday in a river near the premises of Nyati River and Bush Lodge where 200 grade 8 pupils from Parktown Boys were camping.
‘I was calling Enoch, with no answer’, says Mpianzi’s tearful grandfather
Enoch Mpianza’s grandfather, Kodie Motha has questioned how the child died under the supposed supervision of teachers.
Calm urged in Alex after woman killed in crossfire between cops, hijacker
There was a shoot-out when officers approached the car and the woman was killed, while another bystander was critically wounded and hospitalised.
Woman (31) fatally shot in Alex shootout between police, suspects
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) confirmed that the incident occurred on Wednesday night.
Tshwane council meeting suspended after altercation between councillors
Opposition parties wanted a motion of no confidence against Mayor Stevens Mokgalapa and Speaker Katlego Mathebe to be heard first, however their request was denied.
Back to school: Parents warned to be cautious when sharing children's pictures
Social media expert Emma Sadleir said one innocent picture could expose confidential information about your children.
Parents plead with Lesufi to bring back manual school registrations
Frustrated and exhausted in a line that seems to have no end, parents and guardians said they wanted the online process scrapped.
Gauteng parents demand scrapping of online school applications
One parent said the online application process had made life difficult and that the Gauteng Department of Education seemed to have tried to fix a system that was not broken.
Back to school: Bells ring for the first time in 2020
The start of the new school year is thrilling for many who will walk the school's corridors for the first time on Wednesday.
Education system is stabilising, say experts after 2019 matric results
Sarah Gravett, the dean of education at the University of Johannesburg, said the improvement in various provinces revealed that despite insufficient infrastructure and limited resources, efforts had been made to try and deliver quality education.
Nersa: If Eskom wins court matter, power prices will rise
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has filed court papers in response to those of Eskom, which has called for the High Court to review and set aside the regulator's tariffs decisions.
Eskom responds to claims of R1.8bn loan for performance bonuses
The utility has responded to claims that it applied for R1.8 billion for performance bonuses from the National Energy Regulator.
Dr Richard Maponya’s family announces new dates for memorial, funeral
Family spokesperson Mandla Sibeko said the service was moved to accommodate the public and give South Africans an opportunity to pay their final respects to the iconic entrepreneur.
Mokgalapa's future as Tshwane mayor in balance after DA concludes probe
Stevens Mokgalapa was placed on special leave after a recording emerged of himself and former Transport MMC Sheila Senkubuge.
DA: Lebogang Maile is lying through his teeth over Tshwane
After a tumultuous year for the DA with several resignations, including that of its leader Mmusi Maimane, Gauteng leader John Moodey said the party remained politically stable.
Eskom: Risk of load shedding remains
South Africans were caught off guard when the utility implemented stage 2 load shedding at the weekend which it said would continue until 5am on Monday.
‘His voice was unmistakable’ – tributes for Chilli M
Chilli M - whose real name was Vukani Masinga - died on Thursday afternoon at a Johannesburg hospital.
Veteran radio presenter Vukani 'Chilli M' Masinga dies
While the circumstances surrounding his death are still unclear, it's believed that the 42-year-old was rushed to a Johannesburg hospital in the early hours of Thursday morning and died in the afternoon.