Forum 4 Service Delivery wants Electoral Commission of SA chairperson Glen Mashinini to resign and says he is incompetent.
Self-proclaimed king of the Khoisan, King Khoisan SA and his entourage say they will continue camping at the Union Buildings until President Cyril Ramaphosa meets them.
The Health Department in collaboration with Wits University will now for the first time have a such a unit in the province.
Bonteheuwel table tennis star Theo Cogill will be the first person from the Cape Town suburb to attend the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo this year.
Covid-19: Western Cape expected to reach third wave peak in 7 to 10 days as taxi violence impacts testing
Taxi violence has caused an artificially low forecast of Covid-19 figures in the province, Western Cape health officials have said.
Five former Nelson Mandela Bay municipal officials and three company directors have been arrested for allegedly defrauding the municipality to the tune of R26 million.
DA federal council Chairperson, Helen Zille says South Africa needs young people who are critical thinkers to stabilize the economy and other affairs of the country.
Parliament’s Powers and Privileges Committee has agreed to proceed with a hearing on a fracas between EFF MP Nazier Paulsen and DA MPs in the National Assembly in March.
This follows deadly civil unrest that occurred over two weeks ago.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has commended Transnet employees for their hard work to have managed to restore full operations at the ports after a security breach on Thursday.
The former Ukhozi FM radio personality has been released on R2,000 bail with conditions set by the Randburg Magistrates Court.
As government’s COVID-19 vaccination programme is underway, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Gwede Mantashe, has visited the Sibanye-Stillwater mineworkers’ vaccination sites in the North West.
The Afrobarometer study surveyed 1,600 adults between May and June this year on the impact of the pandemic and gauged how residents responded to measures implemented to manage the pandemic.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his condolences to the families and friends of the people who lost their lives in Phoenix, north of Durban, in the past few weeks.
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ATMs and bank branches were targeted during the recent bout of looting, with estimates that R20 million could’ve been stolen during the unrest.
He says this includes the evaluation of those appointed to work alongside him as well as how tasks are being executed.
President Cyril Ramaphosa, who visited two COVID-19 vaccination centres in Gauteng on Thursday, says South Africa is banking on mass vaccination sites to reach as many people as possible.
The Public Servants Association has welcomed the closure of the “death trap” Musina Magistrate’s Court, which it believed was “in danger of collapsing, owing to structure support failure”.
Acting Health Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi, has reiterated that getting the COVID-19 vaccination is not mandatory in South Africa.
A fire broke out at the Public Protector’s office in the Cape Town CBD, but was contained.
Former radio DJ Ngizwe Mchunu has been released on R 2000 bail by the Randburg Magistrates’ Court.