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Wits University is adamant the academic programme will continue, despite the escalation in violent protests.
President Zuma has asked Thuli Madonsela not to release her report into state capture until he has questioned his ministers about the issue.
The Gauteng government plans to give dignity packs, especially sanitary pads, to one million girls in the next three years.
Johanneburg residents should get accurate water readings in the future.
Chaotic scenes erupted at Wits with students hurling stones at private security guards and police retaliating by firing rubber bullets and tear gas.
Great service is not negotiable and it shouldn’t come at a cost. Consumers should know when and how to exercise their rights, writes Georgina Crouth.
Sixty-six Gauteng police officers have been dismissed for various crimes, including corruption, robbery, attempted murder and kidnapping.
Over one hundred protesting students danced and sang their way across Wits campus this morning, with some disrupting lectures.
Management at SA universities are desperate to salvage their academic programmes but students seem to be in an uncompromising mood.
An argument over a pair of boots ended in tragedy, with a 43-year-old man stabbed to death and a 28-year-old man behind bars.
The death of Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo, President Jacob Zuma’s rape accuser, is “incredibly tragic”, said ANC veteran Ronnie Kasrils.
Half of the students at tertiary institutions around the country believe their universities or colleges are not safe.
Historic images give a glimpse into the city of Joburg more than 50 years
And so the fascinating story that captured the imagination of thousands of Joburgers - the development of underground postal tunnels - grows.