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Witwatersrand residents who raised concerns over polluted water from old mining areas have no knowledge of a new AMD plant to be launched next week.
The SAPS is refusing to disclose details of the cost of police deployment for the State of the Nation Address.
Why is the Gauteng Department of Social Development paying three non-profit organisations R18 million a year to monitor others on its behalf?
President Zuma has condemned the chaos in Parliament during his State of the Nation Address, saying it does not reflect the character of the country.
An inconspicuous-looking 'Frankenstein plant', which secretes a toxic substance and takes only a month to germinate, is fast taking over arable land.
Gauteng Social Development used an NPO to channel R14 million to Life Esidimeni, then another R10 million mysteriously appeared in the NPO's account.
The Department of Environmental Affairs has surprised activists with draft regulations that could restart the domestic rhino horn market.
Government was forced to apologise after making fun of a tweet in which Julius Malema said parliamentary officers had squeezed his testicles at SONA.
The Hawks have labelled Paul O’Sullivan a "liar" following claims by the private forensic investigator that his home was raided.
Threats like these have Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba worried that residents will increasingly turn to vigilantism to deal with a growing drug problem.
“It’s like a drive-through service where you just pull up and the drugs are brought straight to you,” one fed-up Lenasia resident says.
“I held my babies for the first time, I had a surprise birthday party with a cake. And all the doctors and nurses who showed up to wish me well.”