The water supply disruptions will occur between 09:00 and 15:00, in order to provide a new water connection in Simon’s Town.
Andy Kawa claimed that the SAPS wrongfully and negligently breached its duty to investigate her allegation that she had been abducted, held hostage and gang-raped.
Pietermaritzburg residents say they arrive hours before the Home Affairs offices open, but they still queue for long periods.
A group of young people from Uitenhage have given a blind woman’s house a makeover on Mandela Day.
The Legal Aid attorney representing Bonginkosi Khanyile has withdrawn from the criminal case against the Economic Freedom Fighters student activist.
Cape Town Metro Police officershave been shot at after stopping to assist a stationary vehicle on the N2 highway near Khayelitsha.
Students at the University of Fort Hare have been unable to write their exams due to a strike by members of the National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union.
Residents from the Siqalo informal settlement in Cape Town have delivered a shack to Western Cape Premier Helen Zille’s official residence for Mandela Day.
Protesters challenge Zille to spend 67 minutes for Mandela Day inside shack erected outside her residence
Protesters have built a shack outside Helen Zille’s official residence, and have challenged her to spend her 67 minutes for Mandela Day “inside of it, using the same services we have to use everyday”.
The City of Cape Town’s Health Department has warned Clifton residents of a sewage spill at Clifton 1st Beach and advises against any swimming or other activities in the affected water.
Dramatic footage has emerged apparently showing the moment of the Wonderboom plane crash, which claimed two lives and left around 20 injured last week. Watch.
More than a month after two Mitchells Plain children were killed in a fire which ripped through their home, the siblings are finally expected to be buried.
Suspended Independent Police Investigative Directorate investigator Cedrick Nkabinde has denied claims that he had offered to help Crime Intelligence officer Morris “Captain KGB” Tshabalala get bail because his case was politically motivated.
Jubilee District Hospital in Hammanskraal says it has not had to treat any cases of cholera, or seen an increase in the number of patients who have diarrhea.
Warm weather is expected along the coastline of the Northern Cape and the Western Cape on Wednesday.
The KwaZulu-Natal Agricultural Union has denied that the 80-year-old man, who was killed during a shootout with police in Bergville, was a farmer.
A 40-minute video that purportedly captured violence during the Fees Must Fall protest in 2016, is expected to be used as evidence against Economic Freedom Fighters Students Command activist Bonginkosi Khanyile.
The trial against Bonginkosi Khanyile, the controversial leading figure in KwaZulu-Natal’s Fees Must Fall movement, has officially commenced, nearly three years after his arrest.
What do former Springbok Rugby Captain John Smit, the first test tube baby, the Walkman and the movie Grease have in common? They were all introduced to the world in the same year that the first Isuzu bakkie went into local production in SA.
Car owners ‘at the mercy of dealers’: High prices, lack of choice major concerns by motorists for new ‘code of conduct’ for SA car industry
The first draft of the proposed Code of Conduct for the South African automotive industry has received many comments from the public – what do you think of the proposed plan?
The brother of murder accused Rameez Patel is in hospital after he was shot over the weekend – just before he was scheduled to testify in his brother’s murder trial.