Thousands gather in Marikana to remember massacre victims
At least 34 miners were gunned down by police on 16 August 2012.
Poor service delivery constant reminder of empty promises for Marikana residents
On this day seven years ago, 34 miners were gunned down in the North West during a strike over wages.
Very little change in Marikana since 2012 tragedy, says activist
Primrose Sonti fears that 16 August will become just another yearly commemoration because there's been very little change in her community over the past seven years.
Gauteng Education MEC appeals to communities to take ownership of schools
On Wednesday, Panyaza Lesufi's office released staggering figures highlighting how vandalism and theft across the province's schools had cost the department over R120 million this year alone.
Almost 300 cases of bullying, assault reported in Gauteng schools
The department has been battling to deal with the rising cases of violence in schools and was making a call to law enforcement agencies to put education at the centre of their security analysis.
'We’re under siege' - Lesufi on school vandalism, theft
The staggering figure was released by MEC Panyanza Lesufi's office on Tuesday which said 262 criminal cases were registered since January.
Lesufi disappointed with Vosloorus school's handling of rape matter
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said on Tuesday his department was working closely with the police to ensure a 16-year-old pupil who was raped at an Ekurhuleni school received justice.
Lesufi ‘concerned’ over evidence tempering claims in Vosloorus school rape
It's understood the 16-year-old was assaulted last month allegedly by two matriculants at the Thuto Lesedi Secondary School in Vosloorus.
Ivory Park to remain in the dark until transformer replaced - Eskom
The power utility said it had been unable to access the area to conduct audits, remove illegal connections and disconnect bypassed meters because some residents had prevented them from doing so.
Eskom says power grid stable
Eskom on Tuesday said the grid remained stable and there was enough power to meet the country's demands.
Lesufi to visit Vosloorus school after suspension of 2 pupils for alleged rape
On Monday, the department confirmed it had suspended two matriculants from the Thuto-Lesedi Secondary School in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni.
2 matriculants suspended after grade 9 pupil raped at JHB school
Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi expressed his shock and disappointment, saying such an attack should never occur in any environment, especially at schools.
NHI to be fully functional by 2026 - Health Dept
The Health Department said the bill promised to create a healthier population with benefits to foreign nationals, inmates and refugees.
Mkhize: Corruption will be biggest threat to implementation of NHI
The long-awaited bill, which is aimed at ensuring that all South Africans receive universal health coverage, was released by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize on Thursday.
Mkhize: NHI will transform SA’s struggling health sector
The Health Minister was speaking in Pretoria where he officially released the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill.
NHI Bill for universal healthcare coverage to be introduced to Parliament
Cabinet approved the NHI bill last month, which paved the way for lawmakers to begin the process of legislating the universal healthcare coverage.