With dam levels in the Western Cape dipping below 40 percent, the province may be left with no choice but to implement tighter water restrictions.
President Jacob Zuma wants to ''create a system" within the party to check what members do outside branch activities.
Some schools in Limpopo only started lessons on Monday due to a protest where two schools and a post office were set alight.
The DA has slammed Eskom officials and Sassa for cancelling parliamentary briefings just so they could attend the ANC’s national lekgotla.
Deputy Minister of Justice, John Jeffery said a new bill will ensure that no one found guilty at the traditional courts will be sjambokked.
A man accused of stabbing a Lenasia principal pleaded with the magistrate to grant him bail because prison conditions were detrimental to his health.
Two Northern Cape men have been arrested after reports of donkeys being bludgeoned with hammers and skinned alive on their farm.
The stand-off between Police Minister Nathi Nhleko and Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding a disciplinary hearing against Robert ...
Londiwe Mhlongo, the latest victim in the continuing political violence ravaging Inchanga township, knew her days were numbered.
In the world of social media many of the rules that govern the media, also apply to you, writes Daily Voice editor Taariq Halim.
The community policing forum chairman caused an uproar when he said that Westville SAPS management was not equipped to deal with the surge in crime.
The law firm that advised the SABC on the parliamentary inquiry into its affairs could be in hot water when the ad hoc committee meets.
The 14-year-old autistic boy that was forced to sign a declaration of undesirability will finally be able to return to South Africa.
An NGO that provides counselling to school children in disadvantaged areas has received a cash injection to help the growth of the business.
Prime Minister Theresa May says she wants to see “sector deals” to identify and address barriers to expansion in different industries.