Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma is leading a South African delegation to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Extra-ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Pretoria - Almost 700 people died on South Africa's roads in April alone, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said on Monday.
Pretoria – Eskom has declared its maintenance drive a success.
Pretoria - The Gauteng Provincial Legislature (GPL) will this morning convene a special sitting to debate the recent spate of violence against foreign nationals in the province.
Pretoria – Government is still in the process of verifying information and the names of foreign nationals killed during the recent violence in KwaZulu-Natal.
In April 1994 a new nation emerged from the ashes of apartheid and hundreds of years of systematic oppression of the black majority.
South Africa will tomorrow commemorate 21 years since multitudes of South Africans voted for the first time in free and fair democratic elections. It was a moment in our history for which many had yearned and spared no sacrifice, including their lives.
On the evening of Thursday 9 April, the Department of Trade and Industry, in partnership with Brand South Africa and Proudly South African, co-hosted the 3rd annual South African Premier Business Awards in Johannesburg at the Sandton Convention Centre.
Pretoria- South Africa celebrates Freedom Day today.
The day marks 21 years since all races voted in its first free and fair elections that included the country's black majority in 1994, ushering in a new democratic dispensation.
Pretoria- Hundreds of people have descended on the Union Buildings’ southern lawns in Pretoria to mark Freedom Day.
Pretoria- Limpopo Premier Chupu Mathabatha says African countries contributed to South Africa's fight for freedom and has denounced the recent attacks of foreign nationals in the country.
Pretoria-South Africa's leaders used the Freedom Day celebrations on Monday to reiterate that the recent attacks of people from other African countries has no place in the country.
The wave of violence that claimed seven lives in recent weeks has been brought to a halt, according to Gauteng Premier David Makhura.
Pretoria-Former Bafana Bafana midfielder, John “Shoes” Moshoeu has been laid to rest at the Wespark Cemetery today.
Pretoria- As South Africa enters the third decade of freedom, President Jacob Zuma has recommitted government to the vision of building a united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous South Africa.
Pretoria- Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality on Sunday said technicians were continuing to repair the substation at Alberton that was left damaged after two transformer oil valves were stolen in the early hours of Friday morning.
Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Bulelani Magwanishe has called on church leaders to play a leadership role in fighting violence against women and foreign nationals.
Pretoria- President Jacob Zuma has conveyed a message of condolences to the government and people of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, following a massive earthquake there on Saturday.
Pretoria- Power utility Eskom says it is using this weekend to embark on a massive maintenance drive in an effort to improve the performance and reliability of its power generating units, ahead of the expected peak winter demand.
Pretoria- The Office Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday said it takes exception to statements made by energy analyst, Ted Blom, that the Deputy President had benefited improperly from Eskom coal contracts.
Acting Public Service and Administration Minister Nathi Mthethwa says government is only prepared to increase public servants salaries by 5.8 percent.