The SACP is reportedly unhappy about the ANC's handling of the "serious" allegations of undue influence by the Gupta family.
A family of seven who left SA to join Islamic State has sent out an SOS after their 18-year-old son, who boasted on Facebook ...
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says now that SA has dodged Standard and Poors’ ratings bullet it is time to knuckle down and lift economic growth.
Newcomer Nathi Mankayi walked away with the lion’s share of the awards at this year’s SA Music Awards in Durban.
Leading hotel group, Radisson Blu, is coming to KZN as part of the multi-billion rand Oceans uMhlanga development.
There were some hits and a few misses - big ones - on the red carpet at the SA Music Awards in Durban.
Scores of ANC supporters left the Gauteng manifesto launch when President Jacob Zuma took to the podium to adddress the crowd.
SA urgently needs to protect its fish stocks and ocean economy, write Terry van der Walt and Mervyn Naidoo.
Being reprimanded in court and a judge's assumption that Mary Govender - who has always dressed glamorously, with a “little ...
Wildfires sweeping across Canada have seen South Africa deploy its biggest firefighting rescue team, writes Clinton Moodley.
Shots were fired, stones were thrown and insults traded as EFF leader Julius Malema brought his local government election campaign to KZN.
Hundreds of people took part in the I Dare to Care street sleepover in a bid to draw attention to the plight of the homeless.
Fishermen whose livelihoods depend on good catches say authorities are not doing enough to safeguard fish stocks from deep ...
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has advocated a new world order in which the next generation will not be judged by the colour of their skin.
Revellers at a popular Florida Road eatery were forced to dive for cover when gunshots rang out during a clash between a ...