Property magnate Pam Golding respected and loved, says family
The family of property mogul Pam Golding says that she died peacefully in her sleep at her home in Constantia in Cape Town.
Graca Machel pens letter to late Madikizela-Mandela
In the letter, Machel says she is struggling to accept Madikizela-Mandela's death.
Tributes pour in following Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's death
Congress of the People president Mosiuoa Lekota says Madikizela-Mandela was an outstanding figure of the struggle for racial and gender equality.
JHB Pride calls on AfriForum to retract comments on rainbow flag
AfriForum argues that if the apartheid flag is banned then the rainbow flag could be done away with as many South Africans have a problem with homosexuality.
Hawks confirm they are investigating Zuma - Report
Zuma is being investigated by the Hawks for allegedly accepting a R1 million cash bribe from a Western Cape abalone dealer.
[ALERT] Australian Sports Commission calls for ball tamperers to stand down
Australian cricket captain Steve Smith admitted that he knew about Cameron Bancroft's plans to tamper with the ball during a match yesterday in Cape Town.
IFP reacts to CPS’ social grants contract extension
The IFP says it hopes former Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini will be held accountable for the grant payment crisis at Sassa.
BLSA: No reason to be complacent after Moody’s rating decision
BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale has described the announcement as an opportunity for the country to work towards addressing socio-economic challenges.
Three injured after truck, three cars collide on N1 in Waterkloof
ER24 says both directions of the R21 have been severely affected.
Presidency awaits DA move on Zuma legal fees matter
The party says it will be going to court to review and set aside a decision allowing Zuma to use taxpayers’ money to fund his fight against fraud and corruption charges.
Section 27: Lot of work to be done to improve healthcare services
Justice Dikgang Moseneke on Monday ordered government to pay each family affected by the Esidimeni tragedy a lump sum of R1.2 million by 19 June.
Ramaphosa suspends Moyane with immediate effect
The Presidency says Cyril Ramaphosa met with Moyane on Monday to inform him of his decision after reports that the now former senior tax official refused to resign.
Mnangagwa presidency is illegal, says Mugabe
Robert Mugabe ruled Zimbabwe from independence in the 1980s until he stepped down under pressure from the military last year.
Robert Mugabe: I don’t hate President Mnangagwa
Speaking during an exclusive interview with the SABC on Thursday evening, the former Zimbabwean president described his ouster as a ‘coup d’état’.
Sars vows to act against Makwakwa if found guilty of wrongdoing
Sars says it will launch an investigation into alleged links between Makwakwa and one of eight companies awarded a contract to help collect the more than R16 billion debt owed by taxpayers.
EFF: Gigaba lying over Gupta citizenship
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has called on the Public Protector to investigate the proper citizenship status of the Gupta family in South Africa.
Home Affairs ‘a step closer to concluding’ Gupta naturalisation saga
Earlier on Tuesday, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba explained the legal process that was followed to grant five members of the Gupta family permanent residence.
#GeneralElections: IEC urges South Africans to update voters' roll
Voting stations across the country will be open on Saturday and Sunday.