Sicelo informal settlement, which has seen a spate of violent service delivery protests recently, remained peaceful as residents cast their votes.
Steelpark was calm and quiet, after a week of protest action, as voters slowly made their way to the Isizwe Setjhaba Secondary ...
It was business as usual for shoppers in Lenasia, with some saying they were not interested in going to the polls.
In a first for the local financial sector, banking services will soon be available to people in rural and difficult-to-access area.
Rustenburg has never been a place for fierce election contests but all that may be about to change today.
Axed SABC contributing editor Vuyo Mvoko is confident that he has a strong case against the public broadcaster.
A Facebook post about a woman being discriminated against for breastfeeding during a flight has sparked much debate.
As millions of South Africans head to polling stations today, the police are on high alert for any violent incidents.
Julius Malema said the EFF would consider a coalition with the DA in metropolitan municipalities, and would work with anyone except the ANC.
He's been battling with Home Affairs for year - but Joseph Khoza still doesn't have an identity document.
Negotiations deadlocked again in the nationwide fuel strike, retailers warned to put contingency plans in place.
Protesters angry at being left without electricity for the past few days have burnt down two voting tents in Siyaya, Freedom Park.
When Ronaldo Smith’s home was raided on the same day as the Thulsie twins, he turned State witness and confessed several ...
SABC journalist Vuyo Mvoko's battle to get the public broadcaster to reinstate him will now kick off on Thursday.
Former ANC Youth League leader Patrick Wisani is set to plead not guilty to a murder charge for allegedly sjambokking his girlfriend to death.