Church petrol bombed, rubber bullets fired amid Tshwane protests
In Hammanskraal, residents have blockaded roads with burning tyres and rocks, saying they don’t even have clean drinking water.
Gauteng police deploy in protest-hit areas to 'maintain law and order'
Residents in these areas have been protesting over service delivery issues including housing, water and electricity as well as basic infrastructure at schools and buildings in the communities.
There will be no votes without electricity, warn Bekkersdal residents
Police fired rubber bullets at protesters during Wednesday's demonstrations and subsequent looting in the area.
ANC distances itself from disrupted book launch
The ANC has distanced itself from the disruption caused at Pieter-Louis Myburgh's book launch. A group of protesters, some wearing ANC t-shirts, stormed the Exclusive Books store in Sandton City on Tuesday and tore out pages from the book 'Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule's Web of Capture'.
Rubber bullets fired at Bekkersdal protesters
Residents are calling for electricity, water, adequate sewerage and school maintenance in the area.
Fancy getting your takeaways delivered by drone? Here’s how it could happen
Drone deliveries will begin Down Under following clearance by the Civil Aviation Authority after trials. About 3,000 deliveries were made, allowing regulators to judge the project as safe, leading to the first commercial approval in Australia and one of the first anywhere in the world.
SA team to travel to the US to argue for Aids funding
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi reacts after the US says it may cut its funding for HIV treatment in SA by more than R5 billion.
Did Gaddafi leave his millions with Zuma?
Muammar Gaddafi allegedly entrusted the cash to former President Jacob Zuma to pass on to his family should he be killed - or to get him legal representatives.
Sandu threatens legal action over SANDF's dismissal of soldiers in Cuba
It’s being reported that soldiers studying medicine in Cuba have been moved to an institution that isn’t recognised by the Health Professions Council of SA.
Maimane criticises Dirco for downgrading diplomatic relations with Israel
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said that he wants a two-state solution to be reached between Palestine and Israel and that this can’t be reached if decisions like the one made by Dirco continue elsewhere.
'I did my best to serve my nation': Khulu Phasiwe resigns as Eskom spokesperson
Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe has resigned. He said the last five years has taken a toll on his health and personal life. Phasiwe said there were difficult moments in his job and compared them to being in a war zone.
Cholera hits Mozambique two weeks after Cyclone Idai
The first cases of cholera were confirmed just over one week ago in Mozambique. Five cases of the disease were reported on 28 March 2019.
Titans win Momentum One Day Cup as Markram shines with the bat
Tony de Zorzi and Theunis de Bruyn managed to get to the 51 mark when the former was dismissed off the bowling of Keshav Maharaj.
UN sets up cholera treatment centres in Mozambique
The UN says it will increase public awareness about the dangers of drinking contaminated water to avoid the spread of cholera.
UN begins testing tap water after Mozambique confirms cholera cases
People have been drinking contaminated water due to a shortage of drinking water in areas worst affected by Cyclone Idai.
SA search team deployed to Zim to retrieve bodies after Cyclone Idai
Hundreds of people are still missing after the cyclone triggered floods, mudslides and rock falls in parts of the country’s eastern highlands.
5 cholera cases confirmed in Beira after Cyclone Idai
With more than 1.85 million people estimated to have been affected by the natural disaster in Mozambique alone, drinking water is now in short supply.
GALLERY: After the storm, relief & shelter for survivors of Cyclone Idai
Thousands of people displaced by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique are taking shelter in old school buildings and relief camps set up in Beira.