Spotlight on SA after study's findings on violence in schools
The international Teaching and Learning Survey (Talis) was conducted in 48 countries.
SA’s education system on the rise, but challenges remain - Motshekga
The minister on Tuesday made public the Teaching and Learning International Research Study (Talis), which looked into the global education system.
NPA: No evidence linking suspect with murders of homeless people in Pretoria
The 40-year-old suspect appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court on Monday where he was remanded in custody until his formal bail application next week.
Motshekga expected to release report on state of education in SA
South Africa is the only African state represented in the list of international countries participating in the Teaching and Learning International Research Study.
R2k bail for man who attacked Joburg pastor wearing EFF cap
Johannes Bothma (28) was charged with crimen injuria and assault.
No bail yet for man linked to Tshwane homeless attack
He appeared in the Pretoria Magistrates Court on Monday, where the matter was postponed to next week for a formal bail application.
AfriForum halts planned Tshwane tariff increases
The lobby group said it had requested the National Energy Regulator of South Africa not to approve the proposed hike of 13.8%.
Something is fundamentally wrong about this election process - Mogoeng
The chief justice said only those with the integrity to assume leadership responsibilities should be allowed to contest for those positions.
Man linked to attack on homeless person in Tshwane arrested
It's understood the 40-year-old suspect was expected to appear in court on Friday on attempted murder charges.
Govt working with traditional leaders to reduce initiate deaths - Cogta
At least 18 initiates have died and about a hundred have been rescued from bogus schools this season.
City Power restores electricity to Joburg suburbs after 'vandalism'
Officials said thieves stole bolts and steel sheets on Thursday, which led to the collapse of a pylon.
SAHRC wants Watson family to explain how Agrizzi K-word video became public
The Human Rights Commission's Buang Jones said that the spreading of such content amounts to a violation of the Equality Act.
After Agrizzi case, SAHRC pursues legal action against Watson family
The Human Right Commission says it will be taking Lindsey Roth and Jarrod Watson to court for unlawfully disseminating the recording where Agrizzi can be heard using racist language.
Agrizzi agrees to pay R200k fine for K-word remarks in settlement
The former Bosasa COO has also agreed to issue an apology to all South Africans.
Violence against children condemned after father hanged two girls
It's understood the father of the girls, aged between five and eight, had a domestic dispute with the children's mother.
Unions opposed to MultiChoice planned job cuts
MultiChoice said it would start Section 189 consultation processes with over 2,000 employees at its call centres and walk-in services over the next two months.
Lamola instructs correctional services to probe inmates doing drugs in KZN
Lamola asked correctional services to report which officials were on duty and whether they had been subjected to any disciplinary action.
2 dead, 3 injured in Cape Town bakkie collision
ER24 said one of the bakkies descending the pass towards Grabouw lost control and crossed into oncoming traffic.