"Free education is possible" EFF national chairperson Dali Mpofu chanted along with a large gathering of Wits students this morning.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s days at the SABC may be numbered. The ANC’s top decision-making body has called on the board to give him the boot.
South Africa's Tebogo Seokolo has been appointed chair of the board of governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The ANC’s Freedom Charter has never propagated for free education for all, the party said, amid the #FeesMustFall protests.
The ANC wants to conduct lifestyle audits on senior leaders accused of irregularities, including those deployed at SAA and the SABC.
Countries have voted against Swaziland’s late proposal to allow trade in rhino horn.
Masterpass will enable around 900 000 Ekurhuleni residents to pay their municipal bills online with their smartphones.
A Joburg community allegedly took the law into their own hands, killing two suspected thieves and leaving three others injured.
The husband of a woman who has been missing for more than a year has been arrested and charged with kidnapping.
Ninety-seven pupils were sexually violated or raped by their teachers in the 2015/16 financial year, says the SA Council for Educators.
A Zimbabwean man who was allegedly illegally arrested and detained by police officers in Johannesburg is suing the SAPS for R1 million.
The DA has accused the Gauteng Department of Health of concealing statistics surrounding the causes of deaths in the province.
FNB’s new app requirement caused consternation among some of its senior clients, who were happy with the status quo, writes Georgina Crouth.
Belgrave bridge in Bryanston has been closed altogether and the Harrison Street bridge, has been closed off to pedestrian traffic.
Students will be faced with a major security presence as they return to lecture halls after three weeks of protests over fee increases.