A Pietermaritzburg school boy collapsed during rugby training on Wednesday.
Professor Jonathan Jansen said the funeral of struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada was an important reminder – and one was certainly needed – that the dream for a non-racial South Africa was still alive.
The funeral of Ahmed Kathrada seemed to have been overshadowed by political agendas on Wednesday.
The City of Cape Town says that despite the fact that dam levels continue to decrease, the water is currently still safe to drink.
The showdown between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments in the North Gauteng High Court is nearing a conclusion, with judgement reserved at the end of Wednesday’s proceedings.
Ford South Africa today announced it has voluntarily expanded the safety recall for the 1.6-litre GTDi engine to include the Ford Fiesta ST.
Ten police officers and eight Home Affairs officials were arrested in the Free State this week, after they were accused of border post corruption.
The Automobile Association (AA) announced that petrol prices are expected to decrease by 24 cents per litre next week.
The Western Cape Education Department’s MEC Debbie Schäfer, says that improving the quality of education is at the top of the department’s list.
State prosecutors told the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday that they believe that investigations into the robbery at OR Tambo International Airport will need six months to be completed.