COVID-19 infections jump to 1,462 - Mkhize
He made the announcement on Thursday evening in Bloemfontein.
Mkhize: COVID-19 cases in SA rise to 1,380, deaths remain at 5
Minister of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize, will be launching and showcasing these mobile testing units at the National Health Laboratory Service.
Mbalula outlines amended regulations for public transport
Drivers have been complaining about loss of income during the lockdown due to strict measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19.
Ramaphosa: 3 COVID-19 deaths recorded in SA, with 1,326 cases
In his address to the nation on Monday night, the president said the decision to place the country under lockdown was a difficult but necessary one to fight the spread of the virus.
SA records first 2 COVID-19 deaths, cases surpass 1,000 mark
Minister Zweli Mkhize said more details surrounding the deaths would be released later in the day.
We like it! Castle Lite unlocks Cardi B
On Thursday, fans were also given the opportunity to buy early tickets prior to the headliner being announced, starting at just R50.
Govt to establish sovereign wealth fund, state bank - Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa said further details on the establishment of the two entities would be announced by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni when he delivered his Budget speech on 26 February.
7,000 police trainees enlisted, Hammanskraal to get its own crime university
In his fourth Sona, Cyril Ramaphosa announced that a Crime Detection University would be established in Hammanskraal to 'improve the quality of general and specialised police investigations'.
Ramaphosa: Govt ready to table land expropriation bill
During his State of the Nation Address in Parliament, the president said beneficiaries of land would undergo compulsory training before receiving the land.
Sona 2020: Load shedding to stay, SAA restructuring, & more plans for Prasa
Most political parties and analysts said they wanted the president to table a plan of action and stop making empty promises about the meltdowns at SOEs.
WATCH: Ramaphosa finally delivers Sona 2020
Cyril Ramaphosa has begun delivering his fourth State of the Nation Address in the National Assembly on Thursday after more than 90 minutes of disruptions by the EFF.
Some of the femicide cases that made headlines in 2019
Statistics show that every three hours, a woman is killed in South Africa. This is five times the world average.
Here we go again: Eskom to implement stage 2 load shedding
It said it had been working hard to avoid load shedding and urged South African to continue using electricity sparingly.
South Africans gave us reasons to win - says Kolisi
Springboks captain Siya Kolisi said coach Rassie Erasmus motivated them throughout the tournament and the support from South Africans fuelled their drive.
Murdered Janika Mello (14) to be buried tomorrow
The 14-year-old girl's body was found in her grandmother's backyard in Heinz Park, Cape Town, about two weeks ago.
WINNIE THELETSANE: Searching for a dead woman's picture - a journo's predicament
Being a journalist is a harrowing job and sometimes needs a cold heart to deal with stories of murders and rapes. Winnie Theletsane lifts the lid on the job in the wake of the anger and grief of this week's protests against gender-based violence.
Mkhwebane denies Gupta links, calls OCCRP report malicious
According to the OCCRP report, a $5,000 payment was made into Busisiwe Mkhwebane's account in June 2014 and was flagged by the HSBC as part of its investigation Gupta-linked accounts.
To my 'Mminatlou' - Poet Natalia Molebatsi on 'Elephant Woman Song'
A book she wrote in honour of her late grandmother who was a 'Mminatlou' (one who's totem is the elephant).