Residents were woken up by a volley of gunshots in the middle of the night
Health Minister says there is no dispute that more medical schools are needed.
UCT retained its top title, with the University of Stellenbosch second, followed by Wits.
Push for better rural schools instead, teacher unions argue, Lungani Zungu reports.
The youth raised their concerns about the recent spate of attacks against women and some calls for the death penalty.
Buffels Bay and Sedgefield remain under threat in the fires hitting the Southern Cape.
In commemorating youth month, the Sunday Tribune spoke to some young millionaires who have made it against the odds.
Six detainees, including a murder suspect, escaped from cells at the Empangeni police station after police allegedly forgot ...
Report comes amid a healthcare crisis in the KwaZulu-Natal province over specialist doctors leaving.
A man who had been waiting to receive urgent cancer treatment at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital died this week ...
Durban metro police's starved horses have been fed after members of the unit forked out their own money to feed them and donations started rolling in.
First whales were spotted in Durban on May 18 before a lull started arriving.
Editors shared how, despite a lack of resources, they were finding new ways to provide quality journalism that matters to audiences.
Sanef is adamant the distribution of fake news cannot continue and is encouraging media organisations to work with them in fighting back.
Metro Police officers have had to pay out of their own pockets to feed the city's 15 horses.
Media experts believe there are lessons media players can learn from fake news establishments.