March on trafficking to be held8/10/2015 20:45
South Africans have been urged to create awareness about issues of human trafficking and modern-day slavery by speaking out about the scourge which affects more than 27 million people.
Transformation under spotlight8/10/2015 20:18
Tranformation at tertiary level in South Africa comes under the spotlight at the Higher Education Transformation Summit in Durban next week.
Smit inquest postponed8/10/2015 13:12
The inquest into the murder and mutilation of teenager Anika Smit has been postponed at the Pretoria North Magistrate’s Court to 30 November 2015.
Public Protector apologises for Tutu lecture disruptions8/10/2015 6:56
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has apologised to the Desmond and Leah Tutu Peace Foundation for the temporary disruption during Wednesday night's Fifth Annual Desmond Tutu Peace Lecture at the University of the Western Cape.
Maine keeps his MEC job7/10/2015 21:41
The newly-elected ANCYL president, Collen Maine, remains in his position as provincial MEC for local government and human settlements.
Water cuts expected for Mogwase7/10/2015 21:34
Seven sections of Mogwase are experiencing water supply interruptions due to power cuts at the Vaalkop water treatment plant.
RAF plants trees at hospital7/10/2015 21:20
The Road Accident Fund (RAF) in the North West recently planted 825 indigenous trees and fruit trees at the Tshepong Hospital.