Presidency working with Mendi Msimang’s family, ANC to arrange funeral
The former ANC treasurer-general and diplomat passed away on Monday.
Vlakfontein murders: Cross-examination of lead investigator to continue
Detective Banele Ndlovu told the Protea Magistrates Court last week that the accused are a flight risk and should not be granted bail.
Lawyers for listeriosis claimants aim to file class action suit in new year
This comes after a South Gauteng High Court granted Richard Spoor Attorneys the go ahead to sue Tiger Brands for damages and liability.
Tiger Brands on listeriosis class action: 'We will act with integrity'
Richard Spoor Attorneys launched the application against Tiger Brands, saying it will proceed with the class action early next year.
ANC saddened by passing of stalwart Mendi Msimang
The struggle stalwart was the widower of the late former Health Minister Manto Tshabala-Msimang.
Vlakfontein murders: Lead investigator set to return to stand
Last week, Sergeant Banele Ndlovu told the court that the two suspects communicated telephonically ahead of the murders of 7 members of the Khoza family in Vlakfontein.
De Lille: Good party's leadership to be elected after 2019 polls
The former Cape Town mayor says her Good party will be focused on trying to secure financial support in the next few months.
De Lille’s re-entry into politics receives mixed reaction
De Lille revealed on Sunday that she’s decided to name her movement "the good party” which is set to contest the 2019 elections.
Patricia de Lille to launch party election manifesto in January
The former mayor and Democratic Alliance member says the movement is based on four key themes: spatial, social, economic and environmental justice.
Patricia de Lille names her new party 'Good'
Former Cape Town mayor and Democratic Alliance member Patricia de Lille has announced that the name of her new party is 'Good'.
Patricia de Lille to announce her party's name
Last week, de Lille announced that she would be joining the political arena with the aim of contesting next year's elections.
Eskom urges citizens to continue using electricity sparingly
The power utility has warned that over the next two days the parastatal might have to implement stage 1 load shedding to replenish its diesel generators and water reserves.
Prasa welcomes dismissal of Swifambo Rail court application over tender
Prasa's Khanyisile Kweyama says Swifambo breached the contract as it only delivered 13 out of the 70 locomotives which are also unsuitable for the country's railways.
Weekend of load shedding ahead, Eskom warns
The utility says it may have to implement stage one power outages to allow the parastatal to replenish diesel generators and water reserves.
'Watch out' - Carl Niehaus tells Dikgang Moseneke
Carl Niehaus was referring to comments Dikgang Moseneke made earlier this week at Wits University, where he referred to former President Jacob Zuma as a 'bumbling fool'.
Rights group seeks tighter controls at schools to protect learners against abuse
This call comes after convicted sexual offender Collan Rex, a former assistant water polo coach at Parktown Boys' High School, was sentenced to 23 years in prison for sexual assault.
An Aids-free generation for children possible, says Unicef
Of the three million affected children and youths in the world, more than half are in Africa.
NPA welcomes ‘victorious’ sentence handed to Collan Rex
The 23-year-old former Parktown Boys’ High School assistant water polo coach has been sentenced to 23 years for preying on pupils at the school.