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The number of rhino poached since the beginning of the year has reached 350, the environmental affairs department said on Thursday
Sanral on Thursday welcomed the passage of a bill by the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) critical to the introduction of e-to
An independent investigation into the clearance for a private plane to land at Waterkloof Air Force Base is needed, the Democratic
One of the shows I really enjoy is Air crash Investigation, not for the sake of ghoulish rubber necking but because of the basic
The City of Johannesburg has submitted objections on the valuation of four of the 14 Saxonwold, Johannesburg, properties owned by
Hackers did not access any confidential information when the SAPS website was compromised during a concerted cyber attack.
African nations this week mark the 50th year since the founding of a continentwide organisation that spearheaded efforts to libera
Opposition parties placed the blame for "Guptagate" squarely on President Jacob Zuma in a parliamentary debate on the issue on
The City of Cape Town intends seeking an interdict against the people disrupting the servicing of toilets in informal settlements,
Communities need to expose those behind rhino poaching, Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini said.
Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has ordered police in KZN to come down hard on those responsible for politically motivated violence
The Gupta wedding saga has highlighted the way Indians and minority groups feel about their place in SA, says Senzo Mchunu.
Police detectives are overloaded with work, with each officer handling more than twice the acceptable workload, Parliament heard.
The Indian High Commission says it followed correct procedures in applying for the Gupta plane to land at Waterkloof.
Despite all the smoke and mirrors, the simple truth is that Zuma is at the heart of Guptagate, says Max du Preez.
There has been an increase in water cuts and sewer failures due to contractors damaging pipes while installing other infrastructur
The Chamber of Mines will meet unions to discuss proposed wage demands for 2013, senior employment relations executive Elize Stryd
It is unnecessary for President Jacob Zuma to explain his relationship with the Gupta family to the ANC, secretary-general Gwede
Data is growing among South Africans as Vodacom looks to data traffic as a driver of revenue.
President Jacob Zuma, political parties and the broadcasting community expressed shock and sadness on Sunday at the death of SABC
The wealthy Gupta family resorted to using diplomatic channels when it failed to get landing rights from ministers and the Airport
The Waterkloof Air Force is not a national key point, Justice Minister Jeff Radebe said on Sunday while delivering the findings of
The case against a man allegedly linked to the murder of the sangoma responsible for the rituals performed on Marikana mineworkers
The proposed construction of the Winelands toll road would place an unnecessary financial burden on road users, said advocate Geof
Public prosecutor Val Melis says we're sitting on a ticking time bomb when it comes to boys perpetrating violence against girls.
A Western Cape woman is upset that her pet baboon was destroyed instead of being sent to a rehabilitation centre, according to a
Caroline Shabalala, a new mother, will vote for the first time in the 2014 national elections but the 18-year-old does not know
Five of every seven small business start-ups in South Africa will fold in the first year, compared to the global average of about
Sony announced an expansive line-up of new products and technologies at the Sony Conference for Africa that was held in Cape Town.
Celebrated South African singer Sibongile Khumalo is to receive an honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Arts.