A cyclist who was scheduled to participate in the Amateur World Road Cycling Championships next month is in ICU after an attack.
The government is considering doing away with suspension on full pay to avoid spending millions paying employees to sit at home.
Lectures had to be cancelled at uMlazi’s Mangosuthu University of Technology when students went on the rampage.
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A Cape Town motorist is convinced somebody is using his car registration illegally.
The government failed apartheid victims by ignoring 120 pages of recommendations from the TRC, said Alex Boraine.
The KZN education department is to eliminate agents and buy textbooks directly from publishers to store in their own warehouses.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says the state may be forced to remove electricity from the hands of local government.
DA Youth leader Mbali Ntuli has been involved in a racial incident at the University of Arkansas.
Matric maths teachers are battling to master the same content their pupils have to deal with, research has found.
President Zuma has hit out at Israel's "disproportionate" killing of Palestinians while equally condemning Hamas.
Will SA live up to its reputation of remaining impartial or will it buckle under civil pressure? asks Peter Fabricius.
An accident reconstruction specialist says the road on which Burry Stander was killed is dangerous for cyclists.
The matric pass rate is a misleading and superficial measure of the quality of our education, writes Leanne Jansen.
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