Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu's brother was one of the 37 people who died as a result of an ill-fated transfer of psychiatric patients in Gauteng.
Married couple Nokuthula and Nonkululeko Mbatha say they are in hiding after members of their community chased them out of their KwaNgcolosi home.
President Zuma has filed an affidavit asking the court to review and set aside the remedial actions recommended in the State of Capture report.
Cosatu, led by S’dumo Dlamini, will engage the governing party following its heated meeting which debated calls for President Zuma to step down.
Solly Mapaila has called on the ANC and its members to do introspection on whether Jacob Zuma represents the "inner souls ...
The new president of SA's second-biggest federation, Fedusa, believes the agenda for decent work and a decent life for all is possible.
The release of correspondence with Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza appears to be a belated attempt by the NPA boss to rescue his reputation.
The Study in Poverty and Inequality Institute is spearheading a campaign for a decent standard of living for all.
On Monday President Jacob Zuma will meet with the 101 Veterans of the ANC who have called for him to step down.
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has published new regulations which will force employers to have their employees's degrees verified.
One of the biggest medical trials to be conducted in SA will begin in 10 days, and could bring the world a step closer to a vaccine for HIV.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is confident that South Africa will avoid a credit rating downgrade in the coming days.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu lost control of his caucus in a major revolt this week.
President Zuma has promised to publish a tell-all book giving a detailed account of the "secrets" he knew about certain individuals.
Suspended Gauteng head of sports, arts, culture and recreation, Namhla Siqaza, earned more than other public servants occupying the same position.