Guest author attacked at Franschhoek Literary Festival
The director of the festival Shelagh Foster says the author was attacked, robbed and wounded on Thursday night.
Tom Moyane reportedly planning to take President Ramaphosa to court
On Friday the Presidency issued a statement saying it has served Moyane with disciplinary charges relating to allegations of misconduct in violation to his duties and responsibilities.
Hundreds gather in CT, JHB to raise awareness on marijuana legalisation
Social movement Bongolong in Johannesburg teamed up with counterparts in Cape Town.
Police thwart business robbery in Cape Town
The police’s Noloyiso Rwexana says one of the four suspects was armed and allegedly ordered the staff to hand over the phones in the store.
EC police warn of disruptions in Mthatha
The police’s Khaya Tonjeni says it appears the disruptions are taxi-related and police are monitoring the situation he describes as tense.
Malema: White people in SA must share the land
EFF leader Julius Malema urged supporters to occupy land saying it is rightfully theirs.
Malema accuses #WinnieMandela’s critics of double standards
Julius Malema paid tribute to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, saying she did what many men in the struggle did in fighting the apartheid system yet they aren’t criticised.
‘There's nothing wrong with occupying land’
Julius Malema adds that he's not trying to drive white people away but rather he's fighting for those who have been dispossessed.
‘Western Cape has lowest unemployment rate in SA’
The ANC in the Western Cape says the new jobs are mostly for low-skilled workers, adding that there has not been enough focus on black business ownership.
Private sector, WC govt partnership praised for efforts in water crisis
MEC Alan Winde says the drought has to date cost the provincial economy R5.1 billion and has created a challenge for tourism.
De Lille to DA: It’s important to clear my name to testify against Zuma
De Lille, who blew the whistle on alleged corruption involving Zuma, says she has been approached to testify in court and is ready and prepared to do so.
Shoprite says recalled Farmer's Deli red Viennas following discovery of listeria
The group says further testing needs to be done to confirm the presence of harmful levels of the bacteria which will take another five working days.
SAPS urged to prioritise service delivery in crime hotspots
Parliament’s police committee chairperson Francois Beukman says the committee is concerned about the slow implementation of the distribution plan to police stations in crime hotspots.
Shoprite recalls Farmer’s Deli Red Viennas after listeria found in batch
The company says the recall is due to listeria monocytogenes found in the single batch, but it insists it’s not related to the recent listeria recall related to Enterprise Foods.
Price: Appointment of deputy vice chancellor not based on race
The Black Academic Caucus picketed at UCT over the appointment of Lis Lange who leaves the University of the Free State where she was the vice rector.
Vegetation fire on Devils Peak Drive contained
Fire and Rescue Services’ Theo Layne says the crew remains on the road above De Waal Drive trying to manage the blaze.
Charges against Zuma could be reinstated
The 'City Press' is reporting that prosecutors analysing Zuma's representations to avoid his day in court have recommended the reinstatement of the charges.
Equal Education hopes Ramaphosa will make good on his promise
The organisation says learners are still faced with challenges of no water and electricity access across the country.