Study has found deaths of young children from Aids have decreased more than tenfold in the past decade in South Africa
They are being taught by 402 670 teachers
Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse defiant members of the EFF at the Gauteng legislature in Joburg
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The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has denied reports that the party was in trouble
NCOP chairwoman Thandi Modise could face more than 2 000 animal cruelty-related charges
Nosipho Dorothy Ntwanambi died on Tuesday. She had been unwell for some time
The announcement of a review on e-tolling in Gauteng does not mean that motorists should stop paying
Two Mozambicans who killed and dehorned a white rhino were each handed 16-year sentences
“I have decided to ... return to working alongside my fellow citizens in civil society to pursue the dream of transforming ours into a more just and prosperous society”
“Cultural songs should have a proper place at cultural festivals… Nations are built through respect and recognition of both national and cultural symbols”
More than 173 000km of municipal roads across the country are in poor to very poor condition
Going into closing arguments, the jewel in the State’s crown will be the words from the accused himself
Closing arguments of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial will proceed at the beginning of August
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