The son of Anna Moss, who was found dead after she went missing in Knysna, has been sent to a district surgeon for observation.
‘I wanted to find out what exactly happened’ – cousin testifies about Tshegofatso Pule’s last moments alive
Tshegofatso Pule left Ntuthuko Shoba’s home on 4 June 2020 because his girlfriend kept calling him, the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg heard on Tuesday.
While corruption flourished under the previous administration with state capture, the new administration has had “a patchy record” in implementing reforms, says Corruption Watch.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has closed two sluice gates that were opened at the Vaal Dam after the water levels reached better manageable volumes due to previous releases into the dam.
The South African government has condemned the coup d’état in Burkina Faso and is calling on the military to return to their barracks and restore democracy.
The Portfolio Committee on Human Settlements has called for absolute transparency regarding the housing beneficiary list, to ensure that beneficiaries know their place on the waiting list.
Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Thembi Siweya, has called on citizens and all who live in the country to participate in Census 2022 set to start from 3 to 28 February 2022.
Total tax revenue collections for 2020/21 declined by 7.8% to R1 249.7 billion from the R1 355.8 billion collected in the previous year, tax statistics have revealed.
Minister Angie Motshekga, who visited the school on Tuesday, said she hoped to get more details around the circumstances of the attack when she visited the family.
Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, today opened a newly built block of classrooms, which will accommodate more than 350 learners at Bordeaux Primary School in Randburg.
ANC MP Mervyn Dirks approached the court in an urgent basis for his suspension to be lifted but it was struck off the roll on Tuesday.
As the search for the killers of Phomolong Secondary School Deputy Principal continues, Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, has cautioned against the spreading of rumours and fake news around the tragic incident.
For those who would rather not conduct the interview in the traditional face-to-face method, Stats SA has launched an online platform, allowing you to do the census yourself safely and securely.
Deputy Principal Thembisile Ngendane has been described as an educator who went the extra mile, often working long hours in the service of education at the Phomolong Secondary School in Tembisa, east of Johannesburg. Ngendane was gunned down outside the school on Friday, allegedly by learners.
In Langa on Monday, 14 suspects were arrested following the discovery of drugs, liquor, cash and a pistol with the serial number filed off.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has released the Special Investigating Unit’s (SIU) report into COVID-19 procurement to the public this morning.
The NGO has challenged South Africans and businesses to match its R5 million donation to the Surgical Recovery Project – in order to ensure these operations can happen and patients’ well being can be restored.
Tertiary institutions in KwaZulu-Natal are encouraging students to apply online for the 2022 academic year.
South Africa failing in its anti-corruption fight: Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index
The latest Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index shows that South Africa’s fight against corruption has stagnated over the last ten years.
Water and Sanitation Minister, Senzo Mchunu, has called on the department’s officials to change the turnaround time for the completion of projects.
Minerals and Energy Minister, Gwede Mantashe, says South Africa’s rich deposit of minerals required in the production of renewable energy sources is a big boon for the mining industry.