By downplaying the energy sector, the minister signalled that there is no need to react to exaggerated energy crisis talk, writes Hartmut Winkler.
Barney Pityana writes that #SONA2017 failed to give the nation a vision and a new, higher imagination about the intrinsic value of higher education.
Space-filling or preening egos won't win lost readers back, writes Denis Beckett
The Joburg Metro Police Department says it is on high alert and is working closely with the SAPS in containing any possible xenophobic attacks.
The City of Joburg has put several steps in place to prevent possible xenophobic violence which may erupt following the recent violence in Tshwane.
More metro police, additional homeless shelters and fixed potholes are some of the changes that Joburg residents can expect in the coming weeks.
A company alleged to have corruptly benefited from prison contracts has won another R500m tender from the Department of Correctional Services.
Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane has announced the lifting of water restrictions in Gauteng with immediate effect.
Today is Milk Tart Day. To celebrate, MEGAN BAADJIES sourced some great home-made recipes for you to try out
Imagine the disappointment when you arrive at the airport to catch an international flight, only to be turned away because of a "technical" issue.
Scandinavian countries seem to have struck the right balance in managing inequalities, results of global competition, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
The Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Bill could end up in the Constitutional Court after the Black Business Council ...
Former SABC board chairperson Ben Ngubane has come out guns blazing against those who accused him of wrongdoing at the corporation.
Young people have admitted that alcohol advertisements entice them to drink, providing a further impetus for a proposed ban on alcohol advertising.
The ConCourt has heard an application for leave to appeal against a sentence of life imprisonment given to convicted rapist Brendan Ndlovu.