Teddy Bear Clinic records 25 cases of child abuse during lockdown
The clinic on Monday said some of these children had witnessed their mothers being assaulted, while others had been raped and sexually assaulted.
You can't be prevented from walking, jogging inside estates – attorney
Attorney Dave Mc Naught from Mc Naught and Company Attorneys said these directives were unlawful and anyone arrested for using the common property in their complexes could claim for damages.
Mangaung gets tougher on handling remains of COVID-19 victims
The Mangaung Municipality said funeral undertakers had been informed that the body of a person who died from COVID-19 was legally regarded as a biohazard.
Concerns raised on govt’s 'over-reliance' on security agencies during lockdown
At least three people have been killed allegedly at the hands of the authorities since the lockdown started.
CEO Grant Pattison in tears as Edcon prioritises salaries
Pattison had a difficult conference call with his suppliers on Thursday explaining that they could not pay them.
Cell phone companies to give govt location data to help fight COVID-19
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams said this would help the Department of Health in particular, to locate individuals affected by the virus.
Zweli Mkhize: You can’t host parties, braais during coronavirus lockdown
The Health Minister said people could walk their dogs and jog if not in a group, but others on social media said that’s irresponsible and could spread the virus.
Snaking queues in Crown Mines ahead of coronavirus lockdown
Holding on to their trolleys, most shoppers look anxious and pensive as they await their turn to stock up on supplies.
Music tones down fear amid COVID-19 outbreak
Local act The Kiffness have been praised for their poignant rendition of a 'Toto' classic, while legendary singer Neil Diamond also adapted lyrics from his smash hit 'Sweet Caroline' to promote good hygiene.
Mkhize expects coronavirus infections to hit at least 200 today
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said he expected most of South Africans to get it and 20% of those to be severely infected.
Parly cancels sittings amid state of national disaster
The National Assembly will now sit on Wednesday, 18 March, to conclude urgent business that would have been dealt with on Tuesday.
Pretoria Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair suspended on misconduct charges
Nair was the first member of the judiciary to be implicated at the state capture commission.
Dudu Myeni: White men didn’t want to be led by an African woman
Myeni was testifying in her delinquency case on Thursday brought against her by the Outa and SAAPA.
Geoff Makhubo: Joburg on brink of collapse because of Herman Mashaba
Joburg Mayor Geoff Makhubo held a briefing on issues including service delivery, emergency management services and operational concerns.
NMB EFF councillor stepped down over rape allegations - party
The councillor reportedly handed himself over to police on Monday and informed his party that he would be resigning until he could clear his name.
Child abuse case against Carletonville crèche teacher back in court
Nellie Senwametsi was caught on camera abusing the children at the crèche where she worked. The video went viral in April last year.
Police hunt suspect who walked off with R4m in trolley from SBV depot
Bathobile Mlangeni (29) is on the run after allegedly stealing the money from an SBV depot at Mall of Africa more than seven months ago.
'Heartbroken' Zindzi Mandela hits out at De Klerk 'justification' for apartheid
FW de Klerk was labelled an apartheid apologist by the EFF following a recent interview he did with the SABC.