Two thousand men, women and children braved the breezy cool weather to participate in the first Color Run™ to come to Pietermaritzburg.
Progress slow but parents, pupils of city school happy to have their say .
A 21-year-old man was caught driving at 174km/h on the N12 at 5am on Sunday.
But will ensure there is a high security presence
The student protests over fee increases may have a ripple effect on the public health sector.
Message calling for the complete shutdown of its campuses went viral over the weekend.
Cases of rape and assault against pupils on the increase, SACE tells Parliament
HLAUDI MOTSOENENG could be fired by the SABC by the end of this week after a meeting of the portfolio committee on communications.
The academic programme at Wits will resume this week as the university re-opens following student protests.
A divorce summons issued in Sepedi may be the first for the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, but it definitely won’t be the last, says a lawyer.
A 16-year-old schoolgirl from Joburg has won the grand prize at the Google Science Fair for inventing a cheap way to combat drought.
Cheetah status now on red alert after trafficking intensifies
Parliament no longer allowed to jam signals or censor proceedings
Breach of obligations over safety for students, exams and paid fees at issue
Consultations still continuing