Zuma: ANC must approach local govt elections like an army
The president is addressing the Gauteng’s ANC provincial general conference in Irene, Pretoria.
Silicosis case: Mining companies ‘studying’ ruling
The High Court ruled that workers can now be part of a class action suit to claim damages.
Ipid investigates cop who claims to ‘suffocate racists with refuse bags’
Ipid says it received the complaint after it emerged the officer took dockets home.
Musicians: New SABC local music quota hits the right note
Award-winning singer and song writer Lira says the announcement marks an incredible time for SA music.
ANC commends SABC on 90% local music quota
The ANC says this decision will go a long way in empowering local artists.
Comair obtains interdict to halt looming license suspension
FlySafair lodged a complaint with the ASLC questioning the level of Comair’s foreign ownership.
Egypt bumps SA off largest economy spot
The IMF says South Africa is no longer the second largest economy in Africa, losing the position to Egypt.
Local is lekker... SABC to play 90% SA music from tomorrow
As from tomorrow, 90 percent of the music played on its radio stations will be local content.
‘Anger over inequality can’t be expressed through destruction of property’
Thuli Madonsela says she understands why young people are angry, when freedom was promised to them.
EFF: Efforts, policies of ANC-led govt failing to create jobs
Stats SA released the latest data showing the country's official unemployment rate rose to 26.7%.
Racism a big problem at SAA - Myeni
SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni says a task team has been set up to tackle the scourge.
SAA to receive 'special attention'
President Jacob Zuma says govt has no intention of selling SAA & never will, despite calls for privatisation.
‘State-owned entities could cause a rating downgrade to junk status’
Speculation is rife that S&P Global Ratings will down grade South Africa to junk.
Zuma: Govt will never sell SAA
Jacob Zuma says he is sending a clear message to detractors of SAA: government will never sell the airline.
Civil rights groups, opposition parties condemn burning of schools in Vuwani
More than 20 schools have now been vandalised in ongoing protests in the Limpopo area.
53 arrested after shooting near Mall of Africa
Police say they led an operation immediately after the shooting, which resulted in them making the arrests.
Zuma warns Mbete to 'get her House in order'
In his response to yesterday’s chaotic session, Zuma warned MPs to bring the House to order.
Norms & standards urgently needed to curb ‘extra-ordinary’ road death toll
Minister Dipuo Peters yesterday confirmed 237 people were killed in 179 collisions in less than a week.