Nzimande: NSFAS will be able to release funds and registrations can continue
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande was speaking at a media briefing on Thursday on Cabinet’s decision on the NSFAS process amid protests where Wits students are demanding the scrapping of historic debt.
SAHRC to probe conduct of eNCA journo Lindsay Dentlinger over mask incident
This follows a backlash over interviews she conducted with politicians following Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's Budget speech last month.
Mogoeng ordered to retract & apologise for Israel-Palestine conflict comments
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng faced criticism after appearing to voice his full support for Israel during a webinar in June last year.
After Karima Brown's death, Cope wants journos added to frontline workers' list
Well-known journalist, analyst and broadcaster, Karima Brown, died of COVID-19-related complications on Thursday morning.
Another fuel price hike on the horizon - AA
According to the AA's estimates petrol is expected to increase by 66 cents per litre, diesel will go up by 57 cents per litre, and there will be a 49 cents per litre rise in the price of paraffin.
Eskom implements load reduction in Vaal, Soweto
Eskom said the blackouts were due to load reduction which has been implemented from 5 am to 9 am on Sunday morning.
SA records 157 COVID-related deaths in the last day, KZN reports most fatalities
Most deaths were recorded in Kwazulu-Natal with 46 fatalities, followed by Gauteng with 33 and 26 in the Free State province.
Palesa Madiba's killer sentenced to 31 years behind bars
The Johannesburg High Court sentenced Dumisani Mkhwanazi to 20-years for murder, three for theft, eight for defeating the ends of justice and more for further charges amounting to a total of 43-years in jail.
Thohoyandou woman (35) arrested for conspiring to murder ex-husband
It is alleged the suspect hired a hitman in November last year to kill her ex-husband who is a police officer over a child maintenance dispute.
Cope blames criminal justice after Auswell Mashaba fails to appear before Zondo
This follows the failure by the former director of Swifambo Rail Auswell Mashaba to appear after he was summoned to testify on Wednesday.
‘Defend yourselves,’ MEC Mshengu tells SAPS following murder of officer
This follows the murder of constable Mfihloyakhe Ndlovu, who was killed in the line of duty while protecting a gender-based violence victim in Welbedacht East.
Benoni, Brakpan, Vosloorus residents wake up to no power due to load reduction
Eskom has cut power from 5 am and the outages will last until 9 am.
81 more people die from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours
This brings the total number of fatalities to 48,940.
Cele denies there was a shortage of rape kits at police stations last year
The Police Minister was on Friday responding to a call by the Economic Freedom Fighters call for his removal following reports that 76% of the country's police stations have not had rape kits since July last year.
Corruption accused Ace Magashule says history will absolve him
Ace Magashule and 15 others appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrates Court in connection with an asbestos roof deal dating back to when he was premier of the Free State.
AA warns motorists to brace for another petrol price hike in March
It's predicting a month-end increase of 56 cents a litre for petrol, 47 cents for diesel while illuminating paraffin is predicted to go up by 41 cents a litre.
PSA: Govt must go to India and get back the money paid for vaccines
The association said South Africans could not afford to wait any longer for its citizens to be vaccinated.