Mbombela - Motorists travelling between Mpumalanga's capital city and Gauteng through the N4 can expect to reach their destinations in time, following the completion of the Schoemanskloof Rehabilitation Project.
Pretoria – Government is on a mission to end water wastage resulting from ageing infrastructure and human error, which leads to the country losing 37% of this precious natural resource per annum.
Johannesburg - With the world celebrating International Women’s Day tomorrow, Minister of Women, Children and People with Disabilities, Lulu Xingwana, says South African women have come a long way since the dawn of democracy.
Boksburg – The efforts of the country’s finest educators were recognised in a glittering awards ceremony last night, held in Boksburg, on the East Rand.
Pretoria - During this Human Rights month, government encourages parents and communities at large to educate their children on their rights, as enshrined in the Constitution.
Pretoria – Military veterans now have access to critical benefits such as housing, health, education, burial support and pensions among other things, thanks to the Military Veterans Benefits Regulations (MVBR).
Boksburg – Basic Education Deputy Minister Enver Surty says discipline is not the sole responsibility of teachers, but society as a whole should join hands with educators to instil discipline at schools.
Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma has decided not to appoint a Commission of Inquiry to probe the match-fixing allegations involving matches Bafana Bafana played before the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Pretoria - The appointment of 54 new research chairs is expected to strengthen the ability of the country’s universities to produce high-quality postgraduate students, research and innovation outputs.
Pretoria - The Presidency on Friday rejected claims that President Jacob Zuma is not available to answer questions in Parliament.
Johannesburg – Eskom CEO Brian Dames says the country’s power system remains “vulnerable” but unplanned outages will reduce going into winter.
Pretoria - Eskom has declared a power emergency, with the company saying that load shedding might take place if the need arises.
Pretoria – Cabinet has called on South Africans to celebrate Human Rights Day, which will be held in Sharpeville, Gauteng, on 21 March.
Pretoria - The number of tourists visiting the country shows that South Africa is a better place to live in, says Acting Government Communications CEO Phumla Williams.
Pretoria – South Africa will continue to lend a hand to African institutions to ensure that the dream of a better Africa is realised, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday.
Pretoria – The platinum mining belt in the North West is much calmer since government decided to intervene mid-last year, says Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.
Pretoria - The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development has appointed 18 new sheriffs to fill vacancies countrywide.
Pretoria – Power supply at Vaalkop water treatment works, which was cut following the recent rains, has been restored, the Moses Kotane Local Municipality announced on Thursday.
Pretoria - Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies will hold talks with food processing companies on Friday to share views on how the agro-processing sector can be expanded to stimulate job creation.
Pretoria – Eskom on Thursday announced that power cuts will take effect in different areas across the country from the morning until most likely 10pm.