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The DA says it is "unsurprised" by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's statement in which she labels the parliamentary process to consider her removal "unconstitutional".
A sting operation by Durban police leads to the arrest of two suspected rhino horn and elephant tusk dealers in the Point area.
Parktown Boys' High School remains one of Gauteng's best schools and will not be shut down, Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has said at the memorial service for Enock Mpianzi..
President Cyril Ramaphosa has identified the "intractable conflicts" in Libya and South Sudan as a focus for South Africa when it will be chairing the African Union (AU) this year.
Western Cape residents have until Thursday to have their say on how effectively the South African Police Service is dealing with train arson.
Describing working conditions at John Vorster Square, now known as the Johannesburg Central police station, a former security branch officer said black officers were crammed into one office while most of their white counterparts had their own offices.
Given the big squad shakeups and record early start, the first round of Super Rugby 2020 presents landmines galore in forecasting terms, says
Gauteng Cogta MEC Lebogang Maile maintains he did nothing wrong in suspending two senior DA councillors in Johannesburg and Tshwane.
Billionaire businessman Patrice Motsepe has apologised for remarks he made to US President Donald Trump, saying he had a duty to listen to differing views, and did not have the right to speak on behalf of anybody, except himself.
Mining mogul Patrice Motsepe has apologised for a remark he made at the World Economic Forum in Davos last week, where he told US President Donald Trump at a dinner that "Africa loves America".
There are some blessings in Twenty20 immediately becoming a sharper focus for the SA national team on the road to next summer, says
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has broken her silence on the parliamentary process which seeks to remove her from office, calling it "unconstitutional" and "unlawful".
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will deliver investigative reports and will comment on issues affecting her office.
Stormers utility back Dillyn Leyds has unfinished business in South African rugby and is eager to hit the ground running in 2020.
A family has been robbed and a female relative's luxury watch taken at gunpoint when they returned home after having dinner at a restaurant in Morningside, Sandton.
The DA's caucus in George passes a motion of no confidence in its mayor, Melvin Naik.
England fast bowler Stuart Broad has been fined 15% of his match fee and has picked up one demerit point after the fourth Test against South Africa.
The ANC's bid to continue a Tshwane special council meeting, fails after Gauteng Cogta MEC Lebogang Maile rescinds his decision to suspend Tshwane speaker Katlego Mathebe.
Twitter has been swarmed with tweets from people in Sandton who posted sightings of thousands of white butterflies in the Johannesburg suburb.
The Cape Bar Council has written to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng requesting that Western Cape High Court Judge President John Hlophe and his deputy Judge Patricia Goliath not perform their functions until there is an outcome to the explosive allegations.