Proteas crash to 8-wicket defeat in Pink ODI against Pakistan
South Africa got off to a poor start as they lost Quinton de Kock inside the first two overs.
Unisa urges prospective students to register soon
The university says it made the decision to extend the resignation period due to an addition of 25,000 students.
Mitchells Plain residents: We’re tired of empty promises
Mitchells Plain residents have called on the government to address gang violence, drugs and unemployment in their area.
Two killed in Durban single-vehicle crash
Two people have been killed and two others hurt following an accident in Durban.
Punish ANC by not voting, say Krugersdorp protestors
Protesting residents have threatened to escalate their protest if IEC officials reopen the voting station in the area.
BLF accused of shutting down voter registration centres
DA ward councillor and PR manager, John Mendlesohn says he received a call from a DA activist saying they couldn’t get in because of protest action by people with the slogan ‘no land, no vote’ who belong to BLF.
Unisa registration deadline extended to end of Jan
Students threatened to shut down the institution earlier this month with students calling for better funding and allowances.
Dumisani Kumalo laid to rest
South Africa’s late ambassador to the United Nations passed away last week at his home at the age of 71.
Seven killed in Mpumalanga truck-taxi collision
The exact cause and circumstances of the accident are being investigated by authorities who were on the scene.
Protests mar first day of final voter registration weekend
The Electoral Commission of South Africa says it’s aware of growing protests at some voter registration stations in Krugersdorp.
CAA urges travellers to be patient following Malawi flight cancellations
The organisation took the decision to cancel flights after it found a lack of maintenance, unreliable emergency services and poor infrastructure in and around the airport.
Wits: Registration process won’t be affected after 2 arrested for corruption
The Hawks apprehended an administration officer and a student on charges of corruption relating to the admission of students.
SAA shuts down Malawi operations following probe
The self-imposed sanction was the airline’s reaction to a Level 1 finding raised by the South African Civil Aviation Authority following a base inspection of SAA operations in Malawi.
We need rain urgently – Grain SA
The price of maize has continued to climb, as concerns mount over the sustained dry conditions.
DA billboard labelled ‘an act of desperation’
Earlier this week, the DA led score of supporters through the streets of Johannesburg ahead of the unveiling the billboard with the words, 'the ANC is killing us'.
Numsa to meet its members to discuss Comair wage discrepancies
The union has also called for improved wages travel allowances and what it believes are reasonable shift hours.
Social media reacts to Pitch Black Afro's ‘relaxed attitude’ in court
The musician, whose real name is Thulani Ngcobo, was arrested last week for allegedly killing his wife Catherine ‘Trisha’ Modisane on New Year’s Eve.
ANC cannot be trusted, says DA
The DA held a briefing in Bruma on Thursday where it accused the ANC of misleading the public about the scrapping of the controversial system.