Pretoria – Eight South African students will be departing to Ireland on 26 August to pursue their post-graduate studies in various fields.
Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma will preside over the reburial of renowned journalist Nat Nakasa’s remains at Heroes’ Acre in Chesterville, Durban, on 13 September.
Pretoria - National Police Commissioner, General Riah Phiyega, has spoken out on the escalating attacks on police officials, as well as incidents in which police officers are killed.
Pretoria - The implementation of the Companies Act is progressing well, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.
Pretoria - The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) considers the local banking sector to be healthy and robust and does not agree with the decision of rating agency Moody’s Investor Service to downgrade four of the country’s biggest banks.
Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma has told Ministers, Premiers and Mayors, who are part of the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission (PICC), that they must jointly attend to delivery matters with speed and a problem-solving culture.
Pretoria – The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) has welcomed the approval to allow hearing impaired pupils to choose sign language as a first language.
Johannesburg - Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has reiterated his call for community partnerships to help address the recent spate of crimes, which has left several children dead.
Pretoria - The 100 days target of creating 1.5 million housing opportunities is set to build houses for the poor and open the housing market for those who cannot access home loans.
Pretoria - Government does not intend proposing any amendments to the Constitution, regarding the appointment of the National Director of Public Prosecutions, President Jacob Zuma said on Monday.
Pretoria - A special ceremony will be held at the King Shaka International Airport this afternoon to welcome home the remains of prolific journalist Nat Nakasa.
Pretoria - Government is committed to supporting local manufacturers through a range of local procurement instruments, says the Department of Trade and Industry (dti).
On 17 April 1954 the women of South Africa made their voices heard through the Women’s Charter which strived for the removal of all laws, regulations, conventions and customs that discriminate against them.
Pretoria - Six employees of City Power have been arrested and charged with fraud and theft in relation to a recently stolen cable drum worth R4.5 million at the Randburg depot, Johannesburg.
Pretoria - The Department of Labour will investigate a house which collapsed in Meyersdal, south of Johannesburg, and claimed the lives of at least seven workers.
Pretoria - The Department of Labour has welcomed President Jacob Zuma’s approval of legislative amendments to the Labour Relations Act.
Pretoria - Two officers were shot and injured when two suspects fired at them at the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
Pretoria - The Department of Home Affairs has welcomed the conviction and sentence handed to Sanele Zungu, a former senior admin officer at the Melmoth Local Office in KwaZulu-Natal.
Pretoria – The North West Health Department has revised its policy regarding the operating hours of clinics to cope with the amount of patients seeking treatment.
Pretoria – It started eight years ago when John Mmokwa was in Grade 12 and trying to fit in with a group of friends, who were smoking cigarettes and dagga. He was soon introduced to something stronger - nyaope.