Wits student protesters to target private sector
Wits student leaders say they are not satisfied with the decision to hike tuition fees for 2017.
Frustration builds up at universities over fees
There have been protests at Wits, the University of Pretoria and University of Cape Town today.
UCT students demand workers be allowed to demonstrate
They say workers should be insourced if they are involved in the daily running of the institution.
#Fees2017: UCT students meet to discuss fee announcement
Today, Blade Nzimande announced universities would decide on tuition fee increases with a cap of 8%.
Great turnout at Sanlam Cape Town Marathon
Event organisers have welcomed the turnout of both athletes and spectators.
3 killed in weekend road accidents in WC
Fines totaling R226,000 have been issued & 22 people have been arrested.
Maties students 'won't disrupt operations'
A number of students staged a sit-in at a library on campus last week, as they called for fees to be scrapped.
Nzimande expected to announce decision on university fees
The announcement has many tertiary education institutions on edge as students protests could erupt again.
Protesting Maties students to consult campus community ahead of meeting with VC
Students met with Prof de Villiers to try and map the way forward around student funding at the institution.
International drifting champion thrilled to boost SA racing
Mike Whiddett says he is excited to help boost SA’s growing interest in the driving style.
Protesting Maties students abandon sit-in
Students have agreed to leave the JS Gericke Library after reaching interim agreement with management.
Maties protest: Management meeting with students
Students staging a sit-in at the library have demanded a meeting with Vice-Chancellor Wim de Villiers.
Protesting Maties students demand meeting with rector
The protesting students are currently staging a sit-in at a library on the university's campus.
Table Mountain Cableway strike talks reach deadlock
SA Commercial Catering Workers’ Union staff members are demanding a 15% salary increase.
Ramaphosa praises South Sudan's peace efforts
Cyril Ramaphosa has reaffirmed his commitment in aiding the establishment of peace in the country.
Religious leaders back Gordhan in open letter
Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba says the leaders have given their full backing to the finance minister.
Gordhan orders SAA to submit outstanding financial statements
The minister has warned that outstanding financial statements must be finalised and presented.
Rights groups welcome decision on US pastor
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba announced that Steven Anderson isn’t welcome in the country.