Sisulu warns SA to use water sparingly or risk worsening situation
Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said she would be announcing a master plan next month, including restrictions that residents would have to adhere to.
GED to ensure matric pupil who went into labour during exam finishes all papers
On Friday, a pupil from a school in Tsakane on the East Rand gave birth after experiencing contractions while writing her Maths Literacy paper.
City of Joburg says it can’t verify claims of ransom demand in hacking attempt
Forensic investigators are gathering information to establish how hackers tried to access the City's information systems on Friday.
City of Joburg working to restore critical services after hacking attempt
Forensic investigators are gathering information to establish how hackers tried to access the city's information systems.
City of Joburg ropes in forensic investigators to probe network hacking
The breach has led to unauthorised access of information systems, which resulted in customers are not able to access the City's services online.
Race is at the centre of Malema case, says Gordhan
In the case where judgment was reserved on Thursday, Pravin Gordhan took Julius Malema to court over comments he made last year while addressing his supporters outside the state capture inquiry.
Gordhan trying to silence Malema using instruments of the law, court told
Lawyers representing Julius Malema argued that the hate speech case against the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader must be dismissed as it's a poor interpretation of the law.
Gordhan: Malema ‘hate speech’ comments tainted my political persona
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said the statements made by Malema demonstrated a clear intention to be hurtful, harmful and propagate hate speech.
Lesufi confirms criminal complaint laid over Kempton Park school attack
Footage of the incident that occurred at Hoërskool Kempton Park last week has been shared on social media platforms.
Pandor urges SA to take full advantages of relations with Russia
President Cyril Ramaphosa will join about 40 other African leaders as the first-ever Russia-Africa summit begins on Wednesday.
Bloemhof matrics transported to safe exam centres following violent protests
The provincial Department of Basic Education said matrics would stay at the centre until the end of the exams next month.
Matric class of 2019 writes first major final exam today
After months of preparation for the matric exams, the majority of the candidates begin their finals with English paper 1.
Lesufi to visit Kempton Park school where pupil attacked schoolmate
Footage of the incident has been widely shared on social media platforms; it's unclear at when the incident took place.
Seri: ConCourt ruling on apartheid Intimidation Act a victory for all
On Tuesday, the apex court delivered a unanimous judgment declaring a section of the act unconstitutional, adding that it violated freedom of speech.
Moyo: Intimidation Act ruling brings great relief to activists across SA
Seven years after East Rand community activist Alfred Moyo was charged under a section of the apartheid-era Intimidation Act he’s expressed relief following Tuesday’s Constitutional Court ruling.
Seri vindicated by ConCourt ruling on Intimidation Act
The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa said that this ruling was not only a victory for General Alfred Moyo but for ordinary South Africans who wished to genuinely express their grievances.
ConCourt declares section of apartheid-era Intimidation Act unconstitutional
In 2012, general Alfred Moyo - an activist from Makause informal settlement, in Germiston - was arrested and charged with intimidation under Section 1(1)b of the act.
NSFAS: More needs to be done to make TVETs an imperative choice for pupils
The financial aid scheme announced this week it's received 50,000 more applications for the 2020 academic year compared to this time last year.