The 49-year-old suspect arrested in parliament on Sunday is expected to appear before the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
The EFF says South Africans have made personal resolutions but the state itself will hinder any hope of growth.
Eskom has announced that it has successfully syncronished one of its units at the Kusile power station, a victory for the entity.
The City of Cape Town wants national government to put an end to the curfew imposed under the banner of COVID-19 restrictions.
ANC employees are staring down the barrel of a grim Christmas after the ruling party remains unable to service salaries.
A deadly hailstorm has claimed the lives of six people and displaced hundreds, devastating villages in the Eastern Cape over the weekend.
South Africans might be getting stricter COVID-19 lockdown regulations for Christmas this year, as the state mulls over the risks.
The SIU is currently trying to figure out who looted South Africa’s Covid-19 PPE relief fund to the tune of R14.8 billion.
The SASSA files: From the requirements to the application process, here is everything you need to know about social grants in South Africa.
The DA has slammed the Department of Sports and Arts for spending R105 000 on corporate gifts, instead of helping athletes and artists.
Like a friend in need of some cash, Eskom wants the government to pay R200 Billion of the power utilities’ massive R400 Billion debt.
Recent increases on government employees income helped to grow the average take-home salaries in South Africa.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said South Africans should remember Charlotte Maxeke by fighting against gender based violence.
Resulting calls for an independent international investigation have been roundly rejected by Lebanon’s political leaders.
Libya’s parliament, on Tuesday, passed a no-confidence vote in the war-scarred country’s unity government.
The Deputy President of the Republic of South David Mabuza has issued an update on what it will take for fans to be allowed back in stadiums.
South African musician Toya Delazy is not holding back on Twitter. The singer recently ranted about how the government are the ‘main oppressors’.
The government says items that were looted and then recovered will have to be destroyed in order to protect the economy. Do you agree?
The Twitter streets are dragging actress Pearl Thusi…again. This time its for her thoughts and questions on government corruption.
While the launch of Youth Month this year took place virtually due to lockdown restrictions, South African youth will still get to participate in a range of activities throughout June. Have a look.
Baithuti Shasha uses a wheelchair but he struggles to navigate the streets that are riddled with potholes and often covered in sewage.
The South African government’s plan to impose a strict 30% local content quota on streaming video services will likely backfire, says Netflix.
Child Protection Week kicked off on 30 May and will run until 6 June under the theme ‘Let us Protect Children during COVID-19 and Beyond’.
CapeXit needs the support of 1.6 million people to request a referendum with the SA government in order to start the process of independence.