The DA in Nelson Mandela Bay have accused the provincial government, the NPA as well as the SIU of ‘conspiring to protect’ ...
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters condemned the burning of buses in Mamelodi, Tshwane as violent protests engulfed the metro.
Senior ANC members have told disgruntled party members in Atteridgeville to stop behaving like hooligans.
Staff at the head office of the Department of Trade and Industry in Pretoria were released to go home at lunchtime on Tuesday ...
The cash-strapped Zimbabwean government is confiscating South African goods from informal traders, in line with a new law.
Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says there is no need to deploy the army to SA’s strife-torn capital city.
ANC members in Atteridgeville had one message for senior party officials who arrived for a meeting with disgruntled residents - ‘No Sputla, no vote’.
SA needed to find ways to deal with the current economic and job creation challenges and move forward, President Zuma said.
The IFP called for strong action to be taken against those caught damaging state and private property in Pretoria.
Municipal workers trade unions in the City of Tshwane condemned the violence which has rocked the city this week.
In the final edition of a four part documentary series, young South Africans reflect on the racial challenges they are confronted with daily.
The situation across Tshwane would have been calmer if the ANC top leadership had moved swiftly to meet protesting party supporters, the DA said.
The ANC has put a “poisoned chalice” in the hands of mayoral candidate Thoko Didiza, says a political analyst.
EFF leader Julius Malema and his supporters were pelted with rocks and prevented from campaigning at the Sethokga hostel.
eThekwini Mayor James Nxumalo’s swansong was riddled with awkward and comical remarks from his colleagues and the ANC’s Durban mayoral candidate.