Contralesa president Kgosi Thobejane insists that traditional leaders should form their own political party despite not being mandated to do so.
A crowdfunding account has been set up to help fund the funerals of the mother and son artists, formerly of Durban, who were shot dead in the US.
Medical Aid Schemes are a “crime against humanity” and should be abolished because they cannot co-exist with the government’s proposed NHI scheme.
Speaker Baleka Mbete ordered the portfolio committee on communication to fasten the process of appointing an interim SABC board.
It's all systems go for President Jacob Zuma's last SONA and preparations had gone well, says Secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana.
A Durban family and their pet parrot were left unscathed after they managed to escape a house fire that engulfed their entire home.
An outgoing ANC MP has accused government of discriminating against six local kings by giving them lesser treatment than King Goodwill Zwelithini.
ANC MPs have backed acting Police National Commissioner Lieutent-General Khomotso Phahlane, despite him facing an Ipid investigation.
Animal groups have opposed the US auction of hunts of 280 South African animals, including iconic animals such as zebra, impala and baboons.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal has called on the Hawks to investigate allegations of corruption at its Nelson Mandela School of Medicine.
Thembinkosi American Ngcobo, a SANDF soldier who disappeared in the wake of a fatal shooting spree, has handed himself over to police.
FEBRUARY 15 is International Childhood Cancer Day.
Durban residents should not be alarmed by a message on water supply management that is doing the rounds on social media.
The SANDF has teamed up with police to help hunt down a soldier who allegedly shot dead one person and injured three others in Ntuzuma, KwaZulu-Natal.
Economic growth and saving jobs in the poultry sector are set to form part of discussions at the cabinet meeting that got under way on Wednesday .