Mantoa Malema accepts Ramaphosa apology over abuse accusations in Parly
She said that gender-based violence must never be used as a political weapon, adding that this week's events were an insult to all women, especially those who were victims of the crime.
20 Soweto pupils hospitalised after eating baked goods
Police have questioned one pupil who allegedly brought the cakes, which the girls ate during school on Thursday.
Over 100 suspects wanted for GBV crimes arrested in Gauteng
Police, metro police, and specialised units worked together to track down the suspects who had been on their radar for a while.
ANC’s Boy Mamabolo apologises to Malema & wife for ‘insensitive’ abuse claims
The ANC MP snuck in an official apology via social media in the early hours of Friday morning.
Dark days: Eskom confirms stage 2 power cuts to begin again
In a statement, the power utility said there was also a high probability that load shedding would continue over the weekend.
ANC yet to act against MPs who use GBV for political gain
ANC MP Boy Mamabolo claimed EFF leader Julius Malema abuses his wife while the red beret leader accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of assaulting his late former wife.
Gauteng pupil deaths: Teddy Bear Clinic wants prevention measures put in place
To date, 16 pupils died at various schools in the province under different circumstances since the start of the academic year.
Lesufi to release report into Enock Mpianzi's death on Thursday
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has worked through the report, met with lawyers and the Mpianzi family.
Politicians slammed for using GBV to score political points in Sona debate
The debate on the State of the Nation Address (Sona) degenerated into chaotic scenes on Tuesday when Malema left the National Assembly after a heated argument with the ANC's Boy Mamabolo, who accused him of beating his wife.
Female train driver fears for her life after being stoned by angry commuters
Nonhlanhla Dlamini (38) was on route from Durban to KwaDukuza when passengers wanted her to stop between stations on Tuesday morning, but she refused as it was not allowed.
Traffic police firearm instructor to appear in Pretoria court for drunk driving
The man was arrested by the Road Traffic Management Corporation's anti-corruption unit on Friday.
Mandela & De Klerk foundations to meet over apartheid remarks
This after an interview with the SABC in which De Klerk apologised for apartheid, but said he does not believe it can be labelled a crime.
At least 20 commuters injured after 2 taxis collide in Joburg
Paramedics attended to the 23 patients on the scene before they were transported to hospitals.
9-month-old baby girl dies in Durban shack fire
Paramedics and firefighters responded to a blaze at an informal settlement on Sunday night.
Malema: There is no Constitution for Ramaphosa and a Constitution for Zuma
EFF leader Julius Malema has questioned why NGOs and the media were yet to make the president reveal who funded his CR17 election campaign.
Prayer tent belonging to Shepherd Bushiri's church set alight
Firefighters extinguished the blaze at the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church at the Pretoria Showgrounds on Wednesday night.
Railway Safety Regulator finalising report into Roodepoort train crash
One person died and another is in a critical condition in hospital following Wednesday night’s accident.
NICD: Spike in coronavirus infections in China likely to change in methodology
China reported a massive spike in the number of cases detected on Wednesday.