SA elections 2019: Make sure you’re home for special voting today
More than 65,000 eligible voters in the Cape, who are unable to make their mark on Wednesday can do so on Monday and Tuesday.
Maimane: DA the best alternative to govern nationally
Maimane visited Mitchells Plain in Cape Town on Sunday to provide an overview of the party's election campaign ahead of national and provincial elections this week.
Gun Owners SA urges parties to include them in firearm policy
The organisation's chairman, Paul Oxley, says they've received responses from seven political parties on gun ownership.
Shiraaz Mohamed’s captors request $1.5m ransom
Earlier this year, NGO Gift of the Givers received proof that Mohamed who was abducted in Syria in January 2017 was still alive.
CT taxi drivers barricade roads demanding operating licenses
Acting chairman of the Central Unity Taxi Association, Sabelo Nyama, claimed they are being targeted for operating without permits but added the city had been dragging its feet in issuing them with the documents.
ANC turned NC into headquarters of corruption, says EFF
EFF provincial secretary Shadrack Tlhaole said alleged corruption within some government departments was the main reason why more job opportunities cannot be created.
Education Dept impressed with number of matrics writing mid-year exam
These exams, which started on Thursday, replaced the February and May senior certificate exams.
Ipid probes death of suspect in police custody
The 28-year-old was arrested earlier this week. He allegedly took his own life.
Over 774,000 South Africans to cast special votes next week
Election officials will visit just over 450,000 voters at home, who are unable to make their way to a voting station on 8 May.
The Khomani San: A community forgotten by government
Jacobus Patat van Wyk says even though they have a place to call their own, government has done little else to help them.
Khomani San community calls on govt to help preserve its heritage
The community members there said their //Ng!u language would die out altogether if the government didn’t change its policies.
'I just want a better future' - Blikkiesdorp residents' appeal for housing
Residents have erected around 200 structures on the outskirts of the town forming the area now known as Blikkiesdorp.
DA’s Northern Cape premier candidate outlines plans for the province
Northern Cape premier candidate Andrew Louw assured residents the DA would put pressure on local government to prioritize the improvement of the public health sector.
Eureka founder defends whites-only community project
Adriaan Nieuwoudt emphasises their move to create the community on a 3,500-hectare piece of land is not premised on being racist.
'We are being forced from our native country' - whites-only community
Eureka Movement founder Adriaan Nieuwoudt said black economic empowerment was implemented at the expense of white South Africans.
DA proposes reopening NC diamond mines to solve unemployment
Ricky Bock and his fellow delvers are in favour of the DA’s idea to reopen the mines and help them earn a legitimate living and he’s planning to vote for that promise come 8 May.
NC teen arrested for alleged murder of his grandmother
It's believed the 17-year-old suspect had an argument with the deceased prior to her death on Thursday.
Four people rescued in Durban after being swept out to sea
The National Sea Rescue Institute said two adults, a teenager, and a young child were swept out to sea by strong rip currents earlier on Friday.