Lee-Ann Adams, who believes that cancer is not a death sentence, recalls the day she was diagnosed with the disease.
CPUT has laid a case of attempted murder against protesting students after two guards were locked inside a campus building before it was torched.
Shipping containers that staff at the Paarl Regional Court have been using as makeshift courtrooms have been slammed as “dangerous and unsuitable”.
Students and lecturers desperate to complete the academic year are setting up secret meetings at off-campus locations.
While the number of pupils in South Africa grew by more than 2 percent since 2014, the number of teachers decreased by 1.5 percent, a report shows.
Iziko Museums is set to receive a R7.1 million grant from the US ambassador to help preserve slave history.
Our state varsities could lose the confidence of employers as providers of credentials and professional credibility, says Mike Wills.
Stellenbosch residents are the latest in a spate of unhappy communities in the Western Cape to rail against the proliferation of cellphone masts.
DA regional head in the Western Cape Jaco Londt has taken a leave of absence after disciplinary action was instituted against him.
The State has asked a Ceres court to sentence Christo Oncke to life imprisonment for murdering David Olyne in a gay hate crime.
Disturbing details evoked gasps from the public gallery during the bail application of a doctor accused of raping a patient at a Nyanga clinic.
A 16-year-old Cape Town girl has apologised for sending a video via WhatsApp to a 14-year-old in which she swears and makes threats.
The Cederberg municipality and the Matzikama municipality are jointly in debt to the tune of R139.1 million, and battling to fend off creditors.
Law enforcement are here to serve and protect, not witch-hunt those desperately looking for a place to sleep at night, says Danny Oosthuizen.
Tim Harford says the guilt people feel about being disorganised is often too harsh and Helen Walne agrees.