Dept: Interventions in place after foot and mouth disease outbreak
Four of South Africa’s neighbours have banned the import of meat with Zimbabwe becoming the latest to take the precaution.
Mr D: Driver masturbating case an isolated incident
One of the company's drivers was filmed exposing himself and masturbating in a customer's driveway as she walks back into her home after collecting her delivery.
DA leader Maimane talks job creation during campaign tour
This is part of Maimane’s national Kasi-to-Kasi tour to promote the party's message on a South Africa for all.
DA wants answers from Gauteng Education Dept over drug problem at Soweto school
Gauteng DA Premier candidate Solly Msimanga visited the school on Wednesday to find out why it was the worst performing school in the province.
Msimanga wants substance abuse at schools tackled
Solly Msimanga visited the Klipspruit West Secondary School, south of Johannesburg, on Wednesday to find out what problems it faces.
DA’s Msimanga visits one of Gauteng’s worst performing high schools
Members of the school governing body say the high school faces logistical, financial, infrastructure and administrative challenges.
'Exorbitant' school uniform prices putting pressure on us, say parents
Scores of parents lined up outside uniform and stationery shops for last minute preparations as the school year begins.
#BackToSchool: Thousands head back to classrooms for 2019 academic year
The Department of Basic Education says that it is ready for the 2019 school academic year.
GDE closes Tshwane office after parents ‘threaten staff’ over placement
The department says it’s virtually impossible to process late applications in time for Wednesday’s reopening of schools.
JHB parents do last minute shopping for uniforms, stationery
Some parents were forced to leave it to the last minute as their children were placed at schools later than expected.
Gauteng Education Dept concerned by late registration rush
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says that pupils who don’t start school tomorrow will be placed over the next week.
Speeding, drunk driving among leading causes of road fatalities, says dept
With the festive season road death toll already standing at least 750, the Transport Department has listed the causes of fatal accidents in a bid to raise awareness around illegal driver behaviour.
Drunk driving 'leading cause' of road fatalities over holidays
More than 1,000 motorists were arrested during this period in Gauteng alone for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Over 1,000 motorists arrested for drunk driving in Gauteng
The Automobile Association says the widespread cases of drunk and driving seen on the country’s roads is due to the fact that motorists know they can get away with driving under the influence.
2019 matric pupils urged to stay focused
Pupils collected their matric results from their schools following Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s pass rate announcement.
Matriculants disappointed with results vow to continue working hard
Matric results were released to learners in the early hours of Friday morning, with the country 's matrics achieving a pass rate of 78.2%.
Matric pupils speak about challenges during 2018 academic year
Following Thursday’s announcement of the country’s 78.2% pass rate and Gauteng’s 87.9% pass rate, students say they had to overcome socioeconomic challenges.
Parliament welcomes 2018 matric pass rate
The committee says despite the many challenges facing the education system the gains made since the dawn of democracy must be applauded.