Ramaphosa appoints gender equality commission members
The body was established to advance and protect gender equality in the country through research, public education as well as other initiatives.
Gauteng Education Dept presents its R49.2 billion budget
The department has received a boost of about R4.5 billion more compared to the past financial year.
TMPD closely monitoring Tshwane bus drivers’ strike
Workers affiliated to the South African Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) again took to the streets on Tuesday, blocking roads with vehicles and garbage.
3 Mpumalanga pupils die of suspected food poisoning, 10 more hospitalised
It’s understood 10 of their peers from the Nelson Ngubani Primary School in Emalahleni are receiving treatment in hospital.
Tshwane CBD roads blocked by bus drivers again over pay strike
Workers affiliated to Samwu were back on the streets demanding a pay increase of 18%.
Johnny Clegg remembered as a symbol of reconciliation
Hundreds of people gathered at the Sandton Convention Centre to bid farewell to Johnny Clegg who passed away last week after battling pancreatic cancer.
Fans to have chance to say farewell to Johnny Clegg at memorial service
A memorial service will be held for the music legend at the Sandton Convention Centre.
SACP backs Ramaphosa's fight against corruption
The South African Communist Party (SACP) said it would not allow any individuals, irrespective of their struggle credentials, to reverse the country's democratic gains.
Deadline looms for 2020 Gauteng online admissions closure
Parents had until Monday to apply before the application period closes at midnight.
Ramaphosa expected to respond to Mkhwebane’s findings
In a statement, the Presidency says Ramaphosa will address the nation at a media briefing in Pretoria later on Sunday.
19 males rescued in Mondeor over suspected human trafficking
The victims who are all believed to be Ethiopian nationals were found at the premises on Friday following a tip-off.
19 men suspected to be human trafficking victims rescued in Mondeo
The Hawks said the victims, who were believed to be Ethiopian nationals, were rescued on Friday following a tip-off.
Johnny Clegg laid to rest at private ceremony in Joburg
The 66-year-old musician and anthropologist, dubbed the 'White Zulu', passed away on Tuesday after battling pancreatic cancer.
SA psychiatric nurses at heightened risk of violence - study
The research has found that psychiatric nurses working at public hospitals have reported different forms of abuse at work namely verbal and nonverbal.
Marc Batchelor’s brother: ‘It destroyed me, I’m devastated’
Soccer star Marc Batchelor was shot and killed by two gunmen on motorbikes outside his Olivedale home in northern Johannesburg on Monday night.
ANC in talks with Ekurhuleni car rental company over R5m lawsuit
The company has taken the ruling party to court after the ANC failed to pay for hiring nearly 600 cars ahead of its elective conference at Nasrec in 2017.
Zandile Gumede's supporters vow to continue protests despite court interdict
The municipality was granted an urgent interdict by the Durban High Court to stop the demonstrators from engaging in any act of intimidation, disruption, or unlawful conduct.
FF Plus: BLF de-registration a victory for SA democracy
The IEC said its decision to de-register the BLF was based on the party's section of their constitution that it was only open to blacks people.