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Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has admitted that the country’s numeracy skills are simply not improving.
Johannesburg Metrol Police Department said protests erupted in Zuurbekom, between Lenasia and Protea, in Johannesburg on Wednesday morning
Advocate Paul Hoffman is taking advice on the Judicial Conduct Committee's dismissal of his complaint about Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's remarks on transformation.
Deputy president of the ANC, Cyril Ramaphosa, was heckled and booed during a lecture on the National Development Plan (NDP) on Tuesday.
A doctor, his wife and three others will appear in the Durban Regional Court on Wednesday on 156 charges related to human trafficking, racketeering and keeping a brothel.
Gold producers have reached a wage agreement with three of the four unions in the industry.
Residents of a country estate in Midrand, Joburg, want to force the power utility to pull down electricity pylons running above their homes, insisting they’re are a health risk.
President Jacob Zuma says the media reports on so many negative stories, it makes him want to leave the country.
Power utility Eskom says it's confident there'll be minimal disruptions to the country's power supply in the coming months.
Metalworkers’ union Numsa and two of its counterparts claim they were forced to take legal action, as Zwelinzima Vavi’s suspension goes against the union federation's constitution.
The ANC wants the Mail and Guardian to retract an article accusing it’s chairperson Baleka Mbete of soliciting bribes from a mining company.
A South African Air Force member accused of murdering one of his colleagues has made a brief appearance in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court.
Walter Sisulu University management and trade unions have agreed on a wage package in terms of which workers will get a five percent increase backdated to January.
Tips for motorists during the petrol attendants strike.
An unlicensed school transport driver was fined R2300 for taking 21 children to school in an unroadworthy vehicle, Ekurhuleni metro police said.
Organisers of the e-Tourism Africa summit say the tourism industry will have to adapt to the globally-connected world or face going out of business.
Evidence leaders at the Farlam Commission of Inquiry have revisited the use of stun grenades on protesting mineworkers at Marikana last year.
US Open wheelchair quad singles champ Lucas Sithole was met by officials and media at OR Tambo International Airport.
Lieutenant-General Bethuel Mondli Zuma, who was to have become Gauteng's new provincial police commissioner, appeared briefly in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate's Court.
Numsa's application to have Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi's suspension overturned was postponed by the High Court in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
It won't cost you a cent to see a lion, leopard or elephant in the wild this week. As part of National Parks Week the public may visit any of the country's reserves for free
The Fuel Retailers Association says it’s willing to negotiate with workers.
A woman was shot in Roodepoort during a random shootout believed to be related to taxi violence.
Judicial Conduct Committee dismisses compaint against Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng would like to send you push notifications.
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