About 160 electricity poles stand on vacant sites in Kariega, next to bungalows built during the Covid pandemic
Parents and learners with special needs will meet government officials in Pietermaritzburg on Friday in a bid to resolve crisis
Refugees camped outside the offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Pretoria are to be evicted.
The president of POPCRU, Zizamele Cebekhulu Makhaza, says the government should take back the running of prisons from private companies.
Thousands of homes in Ntuzuma, north of Durban, have been without running water for nearly three weeks after a fire caused extensive damage
About 25 refugees who had returned to communities in Cape Town from the Wingfield camp have gone back to the camp.
The body of a Zimbabwean street vendor, shot dead while trying to sell fruit in a Gauteng, was repatriated to Zimbabwe over the weeken
A play about anti-apartheid activist Onkgopotse Tiro has catapulted a Dunoon playwright from his informal settlement shack to Baxter Theatre
Lawyers for the Zimbabwe Immigrants Forum told the Pretoria High Court that the Minister of Home Affairs had acted outside his powers
The National Lotteries Commission (NLC) is trying to get back the R6-million awarded to the Motheo Sports and Entertainment Foundation
Thousands of learners in the Eastern Cape were not able to attend school in the first term because they do not have transport.
A study of Cape Town’s water consumption has found that rich households use drinking water for swimming pools
The Living Roots SA Plant Nursery was launched in Claremont, Cape Town by the U-turn Homeless Service Centre on Monday
The decision to scrap the ZEP system was taken without consultation and should be revoked, says the Helen Suzman Foundation.
An August 2022 investigation by the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services (JICS) found that Bester likely escaped.
About 60 members marched on Tuesday to the Limpopo Department of Basic Education to demand the immediate provision of mobile toilets
Today marks a year since the devastating floods across KwaZulu-Natal claimed the lives of over 400 people, with many people still missing.
Some households in the Sundays River Valley Municipality in the Eastern Cape have been without water for three months.
Gardener John Manda pulled an elderly man who was trapped in the passenger seat from a burning car in Rooiels, Western Cape, last week.
Millions of gold SASSA cards are expiring over the next few months and post offices are overflowing with people needing to renew their cards
When Aaron Motsoaledi terminated the ZEP, he told its holders that this would enable them to “regularise” their stay in South Africa
KwaZulu-Natal marketing company Ezulweni Investments has applied to seize assets of more than R102-million from the ANC to cover a debt
Tuesday’s parliamentary briefing on the escape of Thabo Bester was postponed after security company G4S did not attend.