Capetonians left a bit shaken after 3.5 magnitude tremor in Saldanha Bay
SABC News is reporting that the US Geological Survey has confirmed the 3.5 magnitude tremor which originated in the Saldanha Bay area and was felt all the way in the Mother City.
Khayelitsha protest affecting matric exams - WCED
Some learners are unable to get to exam centres as numerous roads have been closed.
Police officer found dead at Botshabelo dumpsite
Detectives are investigating a murder case.
AfriForum again demands that farm murders be declared priority crime
AfriForum's Ernst Roets said that farm murders still did not receive the necessary attention despite the president and Police Minister trying to reassure the country that the issue of rural crime was being taken seriously by authorities.
EFF asked Brackenfell High principal to look into racism claims, says party
A group of community members, among them parents of Brackenfell High School learners, sparked a brawl with EFF supporters who'd gathered outside the school to protest.
WCED says it wasn’t consulted over amended matric exam protocols
The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown have thrown the academic calendar into chaos, with new regulations around how to conduct exams having to be drawn up.
WCED to consult DBE over allowing matrics with high temperatures to write exams
The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown have thrown the academic calendar into chaos with new regulations around how to conduct exams having to be drawn up.
KZN man jailed for 10 years after pleading guilty to child porn charges
Last June, Jacobus de Wet forgot his mobile phone at a Ballito shop while he was dropping off magazines.
EC police officer shot dead during shootout with robbers
On Monday, the gang targeted two security cash vans. The suspects blew open the back of one of the vehicles.
EC couple appears in court for tax fraud worth R2.6m
It is alleged between May and October 2010, Eunice and Mongezi Mayizole posed as South African Revenue Service (Sars) employees.
7 people killed in N2 collision
The tragedy occurred between Stormsvlei and Van Der Watts Kraal on Sunday afternoon.
DA asks Treasury to clarify ANC’s payment for using air force jet to Zimbabwe
The DA on Monday wrote to Treasury to determine whether the Finance Minister Tito Mboweni consulted with Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula in terms of the Defence Act before she and the delegation left South Africa.
DA plans on reporting Julius Malema and Nazier Paulsen to Parly ethics committee
The party believes social media posts sent out by Julius Malema and Nazier Paulsen show an intent to incite violence.
Despite being cleared by PP, Joemat-Pettersson wants fair hearing on oil matter
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkwhebane's findings indicated that former Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson was misled by the former boss of the Strategic Fuel Fund Association, Sibusiso Gamede on the sale of SA's oil reserves.
Charl Kinnear's murder left a void in police service, say colleagues
A memorial service is being held for him on Wednesday in Belhar.
Family loses four members in Nyanga shooting
Police said that preliminary reports showed that two gunmen stormed their home on Thursday night. They then shot dead three women and an 11-year-old boy.
Under fire De Lille claims she's the target of a DA-led smear campaign
Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille has been accused of wrongdoing relating to a border fence between South Africa and Zimbabwe.
WC govt makes R27m available to help businesses mitigate impact of COVID-19
The province's Finance and Economic Opportunities Department said that the fund would provide help in the form of grants to both formal and informal businesses.