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The United Nations is throwing its weight behind the Mandela Day programme for 2013.
Two detectives have saved a pregnant Cape Town mother from a potential tragedy after she was forced to give birth on a pavement because an ambulance refused to help her.
Tshwane cannot be held in contempt of court for not re-installing old street name signs, the city said.
President Jacob Zuma insisted that he knows nothing about billions of dollars reportedly cached in South Africa by former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
A man has been granted bail after spending ten years in jail. His daughter admitted that she lied about her father raping her.
President Jacob Zuma has rejected the notion of South Africa lacking policy certainty and investor confidence.
President Jacob Zuma has again been grilled in Parliament about his relationship with the Gupta family.
Equal Education has denied claims by the basic education department that it was imposing impossible deadlines for the norms and standards for school infrastructure.
The centenary of the 1913 Natives Land Act provides an opportunity for South Africa to evaluate progress made in land redistribution, the ANC said.
The Democratic Alliance is set to propose urgent amendments to the Labour Relations Amendment Bill in a bid to reopen debate on provisions that appear to be concessions to Cosatu.
Two South Africans are believed to be among the three foreign nationals who were killed in an Al Shabaab attack in Mogadishu, Somalia.
The Nelspruit Regional Court rejected an appeal by a man jailed for eight years for trespassing in the Kruger National Park.
The City of Cape Town has been granted a final interdict against those who interfere with servicing of toilets, mayor Patricia de Lille said.
Government has failed to redistribute land to previously disadvantaged groups, the so-called Economic Freedom Fighters said as South Africa marks the Natives Land Act's centenary.
The DA plans to file another motion of no confidence against Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale after reports of alleged travel abuse.
Solidarity has asked the SA Human Rights Commission to facilitate a meeting between it and South African Airways concerning the airline's cadet pilot programme, the union said.
Police were offering a reward of up to R100,000 for information about Johannesburg cluster commander Maj-Gen Tirhani Maswanganyi's death.
Today marks 100 years since the introduction of the Natives Land Act.
eNCA’s Gareth Edwards interviews political analyst Harald Pakendorf in response to a Business Day column by Gareth van Onselen about the credibility of SA’s political analysts.
The wheels have been set in motion for poor communities to benefit from the wealth of mining billionaire, Patrice Motsepe.
No animosity as relations between South Africa and Britain remain solid in the wake of the spy saga.
The Health department is sued for botched surgery after an operation left an Eastern Cape man with surgical instruments in his stomach for three years.
The Grand Parade in Cape Town has acted as the stage for many pivotal moments in South African history.
A group of KhoiSan people have been ordered to vacate flats they occupied in District Six. would like to send you push notifications.
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