Fourth learner dies after Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy
The learner was in ICU when he succumbed to his injuries.
World powers warn Ramaphosa to act against corruption
According to a report, Germany, the UK, the US, Netherlands and Switzerland wrote to the Presidency saying his international investment drive could fail.
DA, FFP condemn BLF remarks on Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy as racist
The BLF's Lindsay Maasdorp posted derogatory comments on social media after 3 learners were killed when a walk-way collapsed at Hoerskool Driehoek.
Popcru calls on communities to be more active in crime prevention
The union made the call after two police officers were killed trying to foil a cash in transit in Nongoma in KwaZulu-Natal on Friday.
Sitole sends condolences to families of slain police officers
This after two police officers and seven robbers were killed during an attempted cash-in-transit heist in Nongoma in KwaZulu-Natal.
DA, FFP to take BLF to SAHRC over comments on Hoërskool Driehoek tragedy
The DA and the Freedom Front Plus say that they will take the Black First Land First BLF to the SAHRC following comments on the death of three children at a school in Vanderbijlpark.
2 police officers, 7 robbers killed in attempted cash-in-transit heist in KZN
It's understood a group of heavily armed suspects attacked the security vehicle and used explosives to access the cash.
Cele under pressure over school security, police numbers
Equal Education has welcomed the police’s decision to withdraw its initial application to appeal a court ruling over police resource allocation in the Western Cape.
Students appealing rejected NSFAS funding applications must do so before 8 March
Students can submit appeals directly to NSFAS, along with required documentation before the closing date on 8 March.
AfriForum have got UP's language policy wrong, says university
The university is set to phase out Afrikaans as an official medium of communication at all its campuses and residences.
University of Pretoria to phase out Afrikaans as medium of instruction
UP says between 1992 and 2015 the number of students who registered Afrikaans as their home language decreased by over 50%, prompting the change.
Outa says more needs to be done to root out corruption in water sector
The organisation has welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa's appointment of the Special Investigation Unit into the Umgeni water project but says the investigation should not stop there.
NUM, Numsa plan to go on strike if Eskom goes ahead with retrenchments
Both unions handed over a memorandum at Megawatt Park on Wednesday amid fears that their members could be the latest to lose their jobs at the public entity.
NUM, Numsa ‘won’t tolerate’ retrenchment of members at Eskom
The National Union of Mineworkers says Eskom needs to communicate their intentions effectively.
Sanef denies claims of Bosasa donation towards SABC8
Sanef says only one donation of R100,000 was made and that it was not from Bosasa or any person connected to the company.
Suspects arrested for Menzi Primary robbery to appear in court
The suspects were handcuffed in the Johannesburg CBD on Friday after the stolen goods were found in a shop in the city centre.
DA calls for appointment of permanent SABC board
The Democratic Alliance (DA) says that the appointment of an interim board at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) will only serve to benefit the African National Congress (ANC).
SABC needs a full and permanent board, says DA
It was reported last week that the SABC has halted payments on music royalties for songs used on its television and radio stations last year.