Dlamini Zuma backer Nomvula Mokonyane denies calling for top six vote recount
Nomvula Mokonyane is denying claims that she, amongst other things, requested a recount that delayed the announcement of results from the election of top six officials.
Mugabe makes first public appearance since military takeover
President Robert Mugabe is said to be attending a graduation ceremony at a university in the capital.
Gauteng police vow to find killers of four Soweto women
Gauteng police commissioner Deliwe de Lange has confirmed that a special task team has been set up to investigate the murders.
Task team set up to investigate recent murders of women
Three men have been arrested in connection with the murders of women in Soweto.
Former Eskom head Molefe to be sworn in as MP
Brian Molefe left Eskom last year after he was implicated in the Public Protector's 'State of Capture' report.
UPDATE: Six killed by toxic fumes at Durban military facility
At least 26 other people have been taken to hospital after inhaling the dangerous fumes.
Reports: More than 100 killed in botched Nigerian air strike
An air force fighter jet on a mission against Boko Haram extremists reportedly mistakenly bombed a refugee camp.
Death toll in Mozambican tanker explosion rises to 80
The truck exploded last week killing 43 people instantly and injuring dozens more.
State capture: Madonsela puts faith in civil society to drive inquiry process
The former Public Protector says she reported on state capture the best way she knew how and is confident civil society will play an oversight role.
Jackson Mthembu urges ANC NEC to stop failing Gordhan: Report
Mthembu is reportedly proposing the ANC’s national executive should resign for failing Pravin Gordhan.
‘ICC divorce could be bad news for Zuma’
Government's withdrawal from ICC is also likely to bring further controversy for President Jacob Zuma.
Report: Van Rooyen joins call to block release of state capture report
It’s reported Des van Rooyen’s application challenges the powers of the Thuli Madonsela to summons him.
SA woman detained by Israeli authorities released
Leigh-Ann Naidoo was part of a group that challenged the Israeli blockade on Gaza.
Report: NPA dropping Sars investigation charges against Gordhan
A media report suggests the Hawks’ case against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has run aground.
#Fees2017 protests hit UJ’s Kingsway, Soweto campuses
Students have vowed to bring both campuses to a standstill as part of nationwide protests.
Universities suspend academic activities amid fee protests
All activities at several universities have been suspended following fee protests around the country.
NPA to analyse Hawks’ evidence in controversial Sars unit probe
While the unit is waiting on the docket, it says it will analyse the evidence before deciding on prosecution.
Report: 'Gordhan being targeted by Guptas'
According to a report, the minister allegedly told people yesterday that the family is targeting him.