An affordable end-to-end maternity care programme called The Birthing Team has been launched in Durban at the JMH City Hospital.
Phephelaphi Dube says for President Jacob Zuma to appoint the judge to chair inquiry that will probe state capture allegations will create an impression that the commission is biased towards him.
A multi-stakeholder partnership aimed at improving teaching in the Eastern Cape has been signed by the provincial education department and NECT.
The 26th of October 2017 marks three years since Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana Captain, Senzo Meyiwa was shot dead during a robbery in Vosloorus, east of Johannesburg.
Students have blocked roadways at the University of Cape Town as fees protests continue.
The Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings into the deaths of at least 141 mentally-ill patients has resumed in Parktown, Johannesburg following a day’s break.
The trial against murder accused Christopher Panayiotou is drawing to a close with the prosecution expected to present closing arguments in the Port Elizabeth High Court on Thursday.
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Police stepped in on Wednesday to marshall a group of university students who had descended on Parliament where Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivers midterm budget.
Civil rights group, Afri-Forum says farm attacks are on the rise across the country. The advocacy group says about 341 farm murders have been reported since 2011.
Scores of tourists enroute to the Kruger National Park’s Orpen gate through the R531 have been left disappointed after they were forced to turn back and use other entrances to the park.