The public will get the chance to have their say on whether adult prostitution should be legalised after the Department of Justice released a report by the South African Law Reform Commission on Friday.
Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane’s budget vote very nearly didn’t get the buy-in from the portfolio committee — it’s financial state was describe as “messier than a pit latrine” by one opposition MP.
Stuart Baxter has done his research on Nigeria while juggling two jobs‚ and knows he will need it with the Super Eagles having camped in France for three weeks ahead of their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Bafana Bafana.
K Naomi graduates after four years of hard work and dedication. "Hey I'm A Graduate! My Queen this one's for you! Two days before I lost my mom, she asked my sister to please make sure I study and have something to fall back on," posted the 25-year-old starlet.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) added new corporate partners to their list of financial backers at an event held at Melrose Arch‚ Johannesburg‚ on Thursday.
The inquiry into Eskom’s procurement that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown plans to institute will cover all contracts dating back to 2007 including the coal procurement contracts which were the subject of the state of capture report of former public protector Thuli Madonsela.
The ANC and the NFP are the biggest losers in the Nquthu by-elections‚ losing three seats and one seat respectively in comparison to what they attained in last year’s local government elections before the troubled council was dissolved.
Spur CEO Pierre van Tonder accused Solidarity of trying to score “political points” on Thursday after the union’s chief executive penned an open letter saying he had “lost his appetite” for the restaurant franchise.
The National Treasury appears to have watered down cost-cutting measures introduced during axed finance minister Pravin Gordhan's tenure because they were "impractical to implement" and posed "difficulties to ensure full compliance".
Basic Education minister Angie Motshekga has shifted blame for the teaching jobs for cash scandal to district officials in provincial education departments‚ saying members of the trade union SADTU had not been linked to it by evidence at her disposal.
Former Democratic Alliance (DA) youth leader Mbali Ntuli has taken to social media about a bizarre crime incident in which her uncle was roughed up and his dreadlocks were cut off with a pair of scissors by a group of five men.