KZN orphanage still struggling to access ARVs in HIV/Aids fight
Eshowe north of KwaZulu-Natal is the first area in South Africa to meet the 90-90-90 target set by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and Aids in 2013.
KZN town that exceeded UN's HIV treatment target ‘grateful’ for MSF’s help
This success was achieved through the intervention of foreign medical aid, specifically the humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders (MSF).
Man who proposed at KFC didn’t expect Mzansi's generous reaction
A video of Hector Mkansi going down on one knee to propose to Nonhlanhla Soldaat at a Kentucky Fried Chicken branch in the Vaal has gone viral.
SA hoping to keep investment momentum rolling at Africa Investment Forum
The forum kicks off at the Sandton Convention Center on Monday morning.
5 killed, several others injured in crash near Durban
Five people were declared dead on the scene of an accident between a minibus taxi and delivery van on the M27.
AfriForum to opt for private prosecution if NPA doesn’t act over Meyiwa murder
The group has launched an investigation into the former Bafana Bafana captain's murder at the instruction of his family.
Gauteng Health Dept concerned by high number of violent deaths
In the past financial year, over 4,800 deaths were recorded as a result of gunshots, stabbing and assault.
Senzo Meyiwa’s family happy to be working with AfriForum
Sifiso Meyiwa, along with AfriForum CEO Kalie Kriel and lawyer Tiger Mamabolo, have confirmed that the lobby group will be investigating Meyiwa’s murder.
BLF deregistered as a political party
In June, the IEC ruled in favour of the Freedom Front Plus to have the movement officially scrapped from the list of the country's political parties.
AfriForum to represent Senzo Meyiwa family in bid to solve murder
AfriForum confirmed that Advocate Gerrie Nel would act as the advocate for the family in the investigation.
Mbalula: Prasa on course to deliver 164 train sets by end of year
This project was part of the war room project launched by him in August.
Racist Vicki Momberg could face more charges when captured
Momberg has been on the run for weeks now after she failed to hand herself in to police in August after her bid to appeal her conviction and two-year sentence failed.
Extra personal security warranted, says Prasa CEO Kweyama
Prasa's decision to give board chairperson Khanyisile Kweyama bodyguards had been brought into question but she said that the move could be backed up.
Prasa terminates contracts with private security companies
Cable theft and crime on coaches still remain a major challenge, with Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula saying it needs to be addressed.
Lesufi confident pupil placement going well, despite weekend bungle
On Sunday, parents whose children had not been placed were notified by SMS to come to district offices but Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesuf said it was sent prematurely.
Govt urged to act decisively on SA's grim economic outlook
On Friday, ratings agency Moody's kept the country one notch above investment grade but has changed the outlook from stable to negative.
Racist Vicki Momberg in hiding after failure to turn herself in to police
According to the 'Sunday Times', a warrant for her arrest was issued on 1 August after she failed in her bid to appeal a crimen injuria conviction and two-year jail sentence.
Lesufi apologises to Gauteng parents over school admission troubles
The department opened its offices today, with officials deployed to deal with school placements for the 2020 academic year.