President Zuma remembers Collins Chabane at tombstone unveiling
Chabane and his bodyguards were killed in a crash along the N1 near Polokwane on 15 March 2015.
Habib’s contract as vice-chancellor renewed for 5 more years
Adam Habib was appointed to the position in 2013 when the term of his predecessor Loyiso Nongxa ended.
More anti-Zuma protests to take place
The DA, EFF, ACDP and Cope are among parties planning on marching against President Jacob Zuma’s leadership this coming week.
Security guard & passerby killed in crossfire of taxi shooting in Soweto
Police say four other people and two taxi owners sustained serious injuries in the shooting and are recovering in hospital.
Still no word from Zuma following Friday marches across SA
President Zuma is expected to speak at Chabane’s unveiling ceremony in Xikundu village in Limpopo this morning.
ANCYL planning to visit Absa again over 'apartheid bailout' report
Two months ago the league marched to the Absa Towers in Johannesburg demanding the bank repay money apparently transferred from the Reserve Bank.
Mbete to address aftermath of Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete has cut short her working trip to Bangladesh to address the media in Johannesburg.
Analysts: SA's stability at stake after Zuma Cabinet reshuffle
Somadoda Fikeni says the reshuffle will not do the African National Congress (ANC)’s unity campaign any favours.
Taxi sex assault victim embarks on own investigation
The woman opened a case at the Kempton Park police station but she says the case was sent to another station and the matter has not been attended to.
Joburg taxi rapes: Second victim battling to get police help
The woman says she boarded the taxi on Oxford Road last Friday and was forced to perform sexual acts on one of the three men inside the vehicle.
Transport Minister Peters condemns spate of taxi-related rapes in Joburg
Several women have come forward explaining how they've been picked up by men driving a grey or white minibus taxi and attacked.
CGE slams ‘defensive’ taxi council following rape incidents
Santaco has blamed the police for failing to inform it about rape cases, but the Commission for Gender Equality says taxi operators have a bigger role to play.
Another JHB taxi rape victim comes forward
The woman says she boarded the taxi on Oxford Road on Friday before being forced at gunpoint to perform oral sex on one of the three men inside.
Minibus taxi rape victim gets trauma counselling
The woman has told Eyewitness News she is still traumatised by Sunday’s incident and her son, who was in the taxi with her, has also been severely affected.
Spur trying to identify customers involved in heated altercation
Sunday’s argument between a white man and a black woman was captured on video which has since gone viral, sparking public outrage.
Spur to ban man in restaurant altercation
The restaurant has reacted to a viral video of a white man threatening a black woman in a heated debate at the Spur in Oakdene in Johannesburg.
Soweto Highway closed due to protest in Mzimhlophe
Johannesburg Metro Police Department say it is unsafe for motorists to drive on the highway.
Mokonyane loses belongings in hotel break in
The department says Mokonyane was sleeping in the early hours of this morning when intruders forcefully opened a window and took her handbag.