Pretoria - The Presidency has reiterated government's commitment and support to the work and Office of the Public Protector.
Johannesburg - About 1 019 nurses in Gauteng have been trained to initiate ARVs to shorten the waiting period for people who need to be put on treatment.
Pretoria - Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa says he is concerned about the Human Rights Commission's approach in the case of Cape Town student Chumani Maxwele, who was arrested for gesturing at a presidential convoy.
Pretoria - The Department of Labour says it has helped contribute towards job creation through intense investment in the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) amounting to billions of rands.
Johannesburg - Gauteng has beefed up its budget allocation for district health services by over R1 billion, in line with the provincial health department's objective to re-engineer services in clinics and smaller hospitals.
Pretoria - Cabinet has approved the the draft Judges' Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Amendment Bill, 2011.
Sandton - While South Africa has made significant strides in improving access to justice for its citizens, factors such as poverty, lack of education and resources, continued to hinder government from delivering on this constitutional right, says President Jacob Zuma.
Pretoria - South Africa has reiterated its position with regards to the conflict in Libya, saying an immediate ceasefire should be the first order of business to allow for deliberations.
Pretoria - The Department of Transport will over the next six months embark on an intensive and accelerated programme aimed at addressing all the challenges facing the aviation industry.
Durban - The Springbok squad for the upcoming Tri-Nations at the moment is looking dismal, with 21 players put on the injury list.
Pretoria - South Africa is committed to hosting the Square Kilometer Array (SKA), says Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor.
Durban - Pyeongchang, a South Korean city that will have fond memories of South Africa. It is here where they with "persistence and patience" finally won the bid to host a Winter Olympics, the 2018 Games.
Durban - KwaZulu-Natal is getting lessons on climate change ahead of the all-important United Nations conference on the pressing subject matter later this year.
Pretoria - Labour matters are of concern to business, a survey by the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI) says.
Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma has appointed his special envoy, Mac Maharaj to take over an additional task of being the spokesperson, the Presidency said on Wednesday.
Durban - There was a very light hearted atmosphere on Wednesday when President Jacob Zuma and his wife Thobeka Madiba briefly hosted the royal Manaco couple.
Pretoria - An investigation into allegations of the "imminent arrest" of Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is underway, says Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa.
Polokwane - A Limpopo team of 50 gymnasts jetted off to Europe on Thursday morning to participate in the week-long 14th World Gymnaestrada world sports festival, which kicks off on 10 July.
Krugersdorp - South Africans needed to take up more active role in the fight against crime if the country is to make inroads with its crime combating initiatives.
Pretoria - Small and medium businesses will receive aid following the launch of the National Empowerment Fund (NEF) on Wednesday.