Masutha conveys condolences to family of murdered prison official
It's understood the incident took place at the Goedemoed Correctional Services Center in the province, where an inmate forcefully locked himself in a room with two female officers.
Lindiwe Sisulu criticises attacks on foreign nationals in Durban
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu says fellow Africans should be welcomed in the country as South African citizens and businesses are well received in other countries within the continent.
Cope calls on Masutha to take responsibility for death of female prison official
The party says the incident at Goedemoed prison in the Free State must be blamed squarely on severe staff shortage.
JHB residents can now report reckless driving on WhatsApp hotline
The pilot project has already kicked off, with the City receiving 21 complaints on Wednesday.
Durban cops on alert after xenophobic attacks
Local residents have been attacking several foreign nationals and their businesses since Monday.
Family fires shots near Eastgate Mall in remembrance of murdered man
It’s understood family members of a man who was killed last week in the area were performing a ritual at the location where their loved one was killed.
Sapu president to appear in court on public drinking, assault charges
Mpho Kwinika faces charges of public drinking, assault, and crimen injuria after he allegedly resisted arrest in Sunnyside on Friday.
Ramaphosa: ANC irrevocably committed to empowerment of women
The president says gender equality is important and that women should also be economically empowered.
Allendale Road cleared after Rabie Ridge protests
The protest in Rabie Ridge started on Tuesday morning and it's believed the demonstration is about housing issues in the area.
4 Musina officials arrested for issuing fraudulent certificates
It's understood the officers, who were arrested at a vehicle testing centre in Musina, did not conduct any tests on the vehicles that passed.
Man wounded in Olievenhoutbosch shooting
Paramedics say they discovered the man lying on the pavement surrounded by bystanders after the shooting earlier on Tuesday.
Numsa vows to defend members' right to strike at BMW SA
The motor company has obtained a court interdict to halt workers affiliated with the union from striking.
ANC: Letsatsi-Duba shouldn't have commented on alleged election list tampering
There has been a tug of war between ANC secreatry-general Ace Magashule and State Security Minister Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba after she had allegedly accused him of fiddling with the final list submitted to the IEC earlier this month.
Schussler warns of domino effect over gold, platinum mine job losses
Economist Mike Schussler said it’s not only employees who stand to lose their jobs, but other industry players will also be affected.
Sindiso Magaqa murder: Charges against Mayor Ndobe, co-accused withdrawn
Harry Gwala District Mayor Mluleki Ndobe and his co-accused were arrested last week in connection with the 2017 murder of ANCYL's Sindiso Magaqa.
NSFAS: Allocation of R967m to settle historic debt a progressive move
The money has been set aside by the Higher Education Department and comes after years of student protests about poor and 'missing middle' youths being kicked out of universities because they couldn't settle their debt.
NSFAS welcomes much-needed R967 million funding
NSFAS says this is a progressive move by the department and will go a long way in assisting students to continue with their studies.
APC slams Eskom over load shedding
The African People's Convention is the latest political party to lash out at Eskom as it struggles to keep the lights on.