I have deep respect for you and the work you do – Duarte says to Zondo
Duarte has apologised for the article published in the Daily Maverick, which she says may have been perceived as "disrespectful” – as it appears, she may have been personally attacking Zondo.
Dirco setting ‘dangerous precedent’ in US land matter - Parliament Committee
Following recommendations for an investigation into the R118 million purchase of 'non-existent' land in the US, Dirco suspended its director-general – a decision Mahambehlala said the committee is yet to be consulted on.
Hip hip hooray! SA rand turns 60
The rand replaced the South African pound as the official currency in 1961 and has had a volatile transition for the past six decades.
Mzimasi Mnguni leaves everlasting mark in boxing - EC on late legend
The Eastern Cape boxing legend popularly known as Bra Mzi had been battling health problems since a heart attack in 2014, which left him in a wheelchair.
Makhura assures ‘disappointed’ health workers GP vaccine rollout plan undeterred
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has said the delay in the national immunisation campaign meant that the province would have to adapt its own rollout plan, but added that there would be no disruptions.
SABC condemns the stabbing of Lesedi FM’s Dimakatso Ratselane
Radio personality Dimakatso Ratselane remains in a critical condition at a Bloemfontein hospital after she was stabbed multiple times and left for dead, allegedly by her husband.
Mutilated body of Seshego boy (12) found, police suspect ritual killing
Police say the boy was attacked by an unknown group while he tried to relieve himself, and his mutilated body was later discovered by a passerby on Friday.
Infrastructure development key to reigniting GP economic recovery plan – Makhura
Makhura led a briefing of the provincial coronavirus command council on Friday, where he revealed the economic knock-on effect the virus has had.
Gauteng to launch vaccine roll-out at Steve Biko, Charlotte Maxeke hospitals
The healthcare institutions are part of the province’s 224 public vaccination sites.
Weathering the storm: Makhura says Gauteng’s COVID cases dropping
The Gauteng provincial command council led by David Makhura on Friday gave an update on the province’s COVID-19 response.
Unlawful for schools to deny placement if parents can't pay fees upfront - dept
The Basic Education Department has received reports from destitute parents saying that they could not register their children because they could not afford school fees.
DBE encourages parents to report schools demanding registration fees
Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga said this practice was unlawful and warned parents to be cautious and report schools demanding a fee to place pupils.
Nelson Mandela Foundation: Ramaphosa must use Sona to restore resilience
Thursday evening's event takes place on the 31st anniversary of Madiba's release from prison.
IFP’s Buthelezi dismisses 'cruel rumours' that King Goodwill Zwelithini has died
Inkatha Freedom Party founder Mangosuthu Buthelezi said several false rumours had been circulating that the king's health was being kept a secret while others had suggested that King Zwelithini had passed away.
Tshwane sees a 'significant drop' in active COVID-19 cases
In the past 24 hours, the city recorded 105 new daily cases bringing the total number of active cases to 1,865.
SIU clears KZN education dept of alleged misconduct on water tanks procurement
Following a lengthy investigation into the awarding of service providers for COVID-19 essentials, the SIU found there was no wrongdoing on the part of the department in the procurement and delivery of water tanks to schools.
Zikalala: SA has lost an icon following death of ex-MEC Meshack Radebe
Radebe died yesterday, following a short illness at the age of 71.
Search operations in Mpumalanga under way after 8 people drowned, 5 missing
Among the missing residents feared to have been swept away by the floods is a 13-year-old boy.