Ramaphosa congratulates Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed for Nobel Peace Prize win
Norwegian Nobel Committee explained that the award was for Ahmed's success in forging relations with Ethiopia’s neighbour, Eritrea, once a bitter enemy.
Gauteng hopes for rain to increase dam levels
The Department of Water and Sanitation said dam levels in the Vaal River was much lower than they were the same time last year.
Members of SA entertainment industry come out in support of Vatiswa Ndara
The veteran actress wrote an open letter directed to the Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa on Monday.
Minister Mthethwa ‘aware’ of problems facing creative industry
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has received a six-page open letter penned by actress Vatiswa Ndara highlighting what she called an already rotten system used by production companies in the acting industry.
Gauteng residents urged to use water sparingly due to low Vaal Dam water levels
The Department of Water and Sanitation said it hoped that rain predicted for later this week would bolster the falling dam levels.
Ndara: I'll deal with Ferguson Films' legal action when I get the papers
Lawyers representing the company, owned by veteran actors Connie and Shona Ferguson, said they were awaiting instructions from their client regarding a letter penned by the veteran actress.
Ferguson Films' lawyers awaiting instructions over Vatiswa Ndara open letter
Ndara wrote a letter to the Arts and Culture Ministry, detailing some of her grievances about pay in the SA acting industry.
Eben Etzebeth’s racial slur allegations to be discussed in Japan
The 27-year-old Springbok lock denied assaulting a homeless man and calling him the H-word outside a pub in Langebaan, in the Western Cape, in August.
Mbalula threatens to close routes over attacks on Autopax bus drivers
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula met with Numsa on Wednesday after bus drivers refused to return to work.
Untu calls Railway Safety Regulator reckless after train fatalities spike by 36%
More than 280 people were killed after being struck by trains during the past financial year and just over 220 were injured.
Numsa wants Autopax workers protected after transport attacks
The union said its members in Kwazulu-Natal, Eastern Cape and Limpopo refused to return to work because the taxi owners were attacking them.
SAHRC taking Bok star Etzebeth to court over H-word racial slur
On Wednesday, the commission said it would approach the Equality Court after receiving a complaint from some residents in Langebaan in the Western Cape.
Masina: Fire-hit Pomona residents won't be removed from land
More than 900 families from Pomona informal settlement were displaced following the blaze on Monday evening.
Ramaphosa: SA's identity not one of abuse, violence
President Cyril Ramaphosa said South Africa's unity was underpinned by respect and equality and the country must refuse any efforts that try to divide the nation.
Prasa calls court ruling against Mthimkhulu a 'step in right direction'
The High Court in Johannesburg has ordered Daniel Mthimkhulu to pay over R5 million for misrepresenting his academic qualifications.
Ramaphosa urges South Africans to unite against any form of violence
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that challenges faced by South Africa should not be used as reasons to attack foreign nationals.
Our heritage may help address social ills - Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa said people's heritage could play a role in creating healthy communities that were free of violence and discrimination.
Police hunt suspects after UKZN student stabbed to death
It's understood Sinethemba Ndlovu and her friends were walking from an event in Msinga at the weekend when they were attacked by a group of men.