'It was all in vain': Sharpeville massacre survivors angered by govt neglect
Nearly 60 years later, some victims of the massacre have told Eyewitness News that 25 years into democratic South Africa, they are yet to see the Sharpeville they had imagined.
Semenya among ‘Time’ magazine’s 100 influential people
Caster Semenya features in the icons category alongside Taylor Swift, Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga and Spike Lee.
AA warns consumers of another fuel price hike
The AA said on Monday a litre of petrol was likely to set you back 56 cents more next month, while its predicting that diesel will decrease by 5 cents.
Sudan army declares state of emergency after ousting Bashir
Omar al-Bashir was ousted by the army on Thursday, brought down by months of anti-government protests against his decades of iron-fisted rule of almost 30 years.
Eskom warns of high risk of load shedding on Thursday
Eskom says the system remains tight and vulnerable but load shedding will only be implemented if absolutely necessary.
Crowds gather in Milan to protest against racism
Organisers say about 200,000 people have turned out in the city in Lombardy, a region where the right-wing populist League Party has strong support.
Bill Cosby slapped with another lawsuit
It’s been reported that Cosby has been slapped with another lawsuit by one of his accusers while he is still serving his prison sentence.
Edenvale High on lockdown after 2 suspects shot
While details are still sketchy, it’s understood the shooting occurred during a foiled robbery at the institution.
ANC Liliesleaf branch: 'We want Makate to receive fair compensation'
The ANC's Liliesleaf branch in Midrand has now distanced itself from calls that Vodacom pay R70 billion to Nkosana Makate, who is credited with coming up with the 'Please call me' idea.
Equal Education says nothing to celebrate about matric pass rate
Equal Education's Hopolang Selebalo says the education system still has a number of challenges.
SA Women in Dialogue condemns ANC chaplain Mehana over sexist comments
A leaked audio recording emerged of a conversation between Reverend Vukile Mehana and a congregant in which he expressed sexist comments about women in their ministry.
Surty: 'Increase in matric pass rate means education system improving'
Deputy Education Minister Mohammed Enver Surty says the increased pass rate can be attributed to the hard work and dedication of MEC’s and staff.
Gauteng Health Dept probing robbery reports at West Rand clinics
It is understood that the PJ Maree Clinic in Toekomsrus has suffered a number of break-ins where medication and some equipment was stolen.
DA concerned about robbery at some West Rand clinics over lack of security
It’s understood the Gauteng Health Department hasn't made payments to security companies and the security guards have now gone on strike.
Police probe death of 3 women at Prophet Bushiri's church following stampede
It’s understood congregants assembled at the Tshwane Events Centre show grounds on Friday night for a church service.
Prasa closes PTA station to help deal with train accidents
Metrorail's Lilian Mofokeng says alternative arrangements have been made for commuters.
Pretoria train station to be closed until mid-January, says Prasa
Metrorail commuters have been advised to take note of the revised train timetable as well as bus shuttle services on the affected route.
Eskom says coal shortage crisis gradually improving
The power utility had previously said that it would need at least two years to remedy its coal shortage.