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The ANC's proposed the creation of a unity government in Tshwane, to save the city from collapse.
The AmaZulu king's objected to sex education being taught at schools.
Family Lawyer Ian Levitt said he will be interrogating those implicated further.
Government has set its sights firmly set on religious organisations and their leaders, who are apparently avoiding paying tax.
Cosatu says it will fight any attempt to ambush a three-year-wage agreement.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has intervened to try resolve the impasse between students and the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Residents of Khutsong on the West Rand of Johannesburg are living in fear as dwellings are being swallowed up by sinkholes.
The Public Service Association says it might have to take to the street to prevent government backtracking on the public service wage agreement.
R1.8-million meant to help students with disabilities registered at a Durban college, has allegedly gone missing.
National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole has reassured South Africans that police are working hard to deal effectively with cash-in-transit robberies.
Chinese authorities are allowing non-residents to leave the quarantined city of Wuhan, if they show no symptoms and never had contact with Coronavirus patients.
The Public Servants Association warns more troubles lie ahead for Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
Universities South Africa CEO, Ahmed Bawa speaks about students' issues and and how these are being addressed.
President Cyril Ramaphosa had harsh words for both MPs and former president FW de Klerk in his reply to the Sona debate.
Zozi, as she's affectionally known, showed off her crown in the Mother City before she jets back this weekend to her new home in New York.
South Africa says it's ready to deal with the coronavirus should it hit the country.
South Africa's Sea Cadet programme starts preparing children as young as twelve for a potential career in the maritime service. Funded in part by the South African National Defence Force, cadets are trained at fourteen teaching ships across the c
South Africa has a severe nursing shortage. Despite this, hundreds of qualified nurses are sitting at home unable to help in clinics hospitals.
Professor Burtram Fielding from the University of the Western Cape speaks to eNCA about the outbreak of Coronavirus
Residents have been on the rampage for days, protesting against undocumented foreign nationals in the area.
Over the years, Fatima Isaacs has had regular run-ins with her superior over a headscarf she wears.
There's no need for South Africans to panic about contracting the coronavirus that's the assurance from our health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize.
A senior eThekwini Municipality official and four others are expected to appear in the Durban Specialised Commercial Crime Court later today.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has released his report into the death of Enoch Mpianzi.
The CRL Rights Commission is also raising concerns over criminality and kidnappings that take place at some of the schools.
Wuppertal residents say they'll never forget the 30th of December last year, when their homes went up in flames. 54 families lost everything in the blaze.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he was surprised and shocked to hear that the country had gone into stage 6 load-shedding.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says sabotage is responsible for the loss of 2000 megawatts of electricity.
The drought is ravaging large parts of the country with taps now running dry in many small towns in the Northern and Eastern Cape.
Public Service and Administration Minister, Senzo Mchunu is making big promises.
DA leader John Steenhuisen addressed the media on the party's plan for a post-Eskom future.
A group of former hostel residents has been living in the town hall since 2015. It was meant to be a temporary arrangement after a fire burnt down their building.
It's the first day on the job for Geoff Makhubo as the newly elected Johannesburg Mayor. Makhubo held his first media briefing this morning. He's vowed to make service delivery a priority.
South African Airways is under business rescue. As a company, its subject to the Companies Act, which requires all business to be solvent and liquid. SAA met neither of the criteria. Business practitioner Louis Klopper provides insight.
Glynnis Breytenbach says although Kholeka Gcaleka meets the criteria she is not the right person for the job.