‘A giant tree of Africa has fallen’: Mnangagwa pays tribute to Mugabe
He addressed mourners at the Zimbabwe National Sports Stadium, where Mugabe’s funeral service got under way on Saturday.
Ramaphosa booed during Mugabe funeral service
Cyril Ramaphosa took to the stage at Robert Mugabe's funeral service, in Zimbabwe, to deliver his condolences but he was interrupted by boos from the crowd.
Politicians react to news of Bavelile Hlongwa’s death
The African National Congress spokesperson Pule Mabe says Hlongwa's death came too soon.
Deputy minister Hlongwa’s death ‘an absolute devastation’
Hlongwa died in a car accident while travelling from Limpopo on Friday night on the N1 at the Maubane bridge in Hammanskraal.
Mabuza ‘disappointed’ with slow progress made to clean up Vaal River
This was part of the Vaal River Rehabilitation Project, which kicked off last year after the river was polluted by raw sewage from pump stations in the Emfuleni Municipality.
Some displaced foreign nationals say SA is their home
Countries including Nigeria and Zimbabwe offered to help their citizens leave South Africa in the wake of the xenophobic attacks.
Safety of displaced foreign nationals a concern for African Diaspora Forum
Dozens of people took refuge at community halls on the East Rand after they were displaced during violent clashes between locals and foreign nationals.
Zim offers transportation for citizens wishing to return home from SA
According to 'The Herald' newspaper, about 171 Zimbabweans have taken up the offer and would be going back home.
Gautrain calls on CoJ to restore water to Sandton station
The city cut off the water supply to the station after the landlord, Cedar Park Properties, racked up a bill of over R8 million with the municipality.
SIU must still recover millions from companies, former SABC execs, MPS told
SIU officials briefed Members of Parliament on progress made in several probes involving the struggling broadcaster.
1,000 metro cops deployed in Joburg to deal with xenophobic attacks
The City of Johannesburg has deployed more than 1,000 metro police officers to help quell xenophobic violence.
ANC urges communities to help state gather intelligence on criminal activities
This comes after government officials admitted that Crime Intelligence failed to alert authorities of the threat of xenophobic violence timely before recent outbreaks of violence.
Maimane blames SAPS, metro police for poor handling of xenophobic attacks
Mmusi Maimane was speaking outside the Johannesburg central police station where he handed over a memorandum of grievances to SAPS.
Foreign business owners call on govt to halt xenophobia attacks
It was another weekend of destruction in Johannesburg and owners whose shops were vandalised were left to pick up the pieces.
‘People should not use death to rewrite history’
Zimbabwean NGO, the Research and Advocacy Unit’s director said Robert Mugabe's complicated legacy must serve as a warning to African leaders who refuse to leave office
Namibian President Geingob: It is not for me to judge Mugabe’s legacy
Mugabe died at the age of 95 while in Singapore seeking treatment
Security beefed up at Vanderbijlpark school after Amy'Leigh de Jager kidnapping
Amy'Leigh de Jager was snatched next to her mother’s car by four men this week. She was reunited with her family a day later.
Ramaphosa to attend funeral of slain Uyinene Mrwetyana
The 19-year-old was raped and killed allegedly a post office employee in Cape Town last week.