Cop crime study flawed - SAPS

2015-01-29 05:00

A study about police involvement in serious and violent crimes is based on flawed methodology, SA Police Service management says.

Phiyega didn't invent crime - SAPS

2015-01-28 15:51

Blaming national police chief Riah Phiyega for the crime perpetrated by police officers is wrong, her spokesperson says.

Limpopo the safest province - study

2014-12-30 16:38

Limpopo is the safest province in the country, according to a study released by the SA Institute of Race Relations.

Pupils migrate to Gauteng, Western Cape

2014-03-18 13:55

Just over 150 000 school-aged children left the Eastern Cape, Free State, Limpopo and North West provinces between 2001 and 2007, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Study: SA voter apathy worrying

2014-03-04 14:23

The number of South Africans declining to exercise their right to vote is worrying, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Fewer births in SA - survey

2014-02-13 15:08

Childbirths as a proportion of the total South African population are at a record low for the first time in more than two decades, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

NDP tries to do too much - SAIRR

2013-07-15 12:05

The National Development Plan (NDP) tries to do too much and its costly ambitions are not discussed, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Population share drops in 5 provinces

2013-06-05 13:04

Five provinces have recorded a drop in their share of the country's population, with Gauteng now claiming the biggest share of the population, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Licence bill will hurt business - SAIRR

2013-04-22 14:09

A draft law proposing all businesses be licensed with municipalities will negatively impact business in South Africa, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Mining industry loses billions to strikes

2013-04-11 11:21

SA's mining industry lost over R15bn in production during the strikes in the 2012/2013 financial year, according to the SA Institute of Race Relations.

Most condoms distributed in Western Cape

2013-03-27 11:29

The Western Cape was the province where the most condoms were distributed per adult male, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Wasted government spending bemoaned

2013-03-18 13:27

Wasteful government spending of R24.8bn could have been used for numerous projects to the benefit of South Africans, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Electricity not used for heating - SAIRR

2013-03-05 13:08

Even though most homes in South Africa have electricity, over 50% of households do not use it for heating, the SA Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) says.

Farm job cuts could grow to 200 000

2013-02-10 14:04

Job losses could reach 200 000 by the end of 2013 as the minimum wage for farmworkers almost doubles in the wake of violent protests, a report states.

ANC slipping in by-elections - survey

2013-02-05 15:52

ANC losses to independent or opposition parties in by-elections is a sign of people using democracy to bring about change, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

More women in govt since 1994

2013-01-28 11:17

The number of women in all three levels of government has increased over the past 18 years, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

181 strike deaths over last 13 years

2013-01-21 13:14

A total of 181 people have been killed in strike violence in the past 13 years, including 60 during the mining strike last year, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Ditch BEE, urges institute

2013-01-16 14:10

The Institute for Race Relations says there is no point in further futile attempts to reform BEE, and that the policy should be scrapped altogether.

Education dept denies holding back results

2012-12-12 20:25

The basic education department has denied withholding the 2012 Annual National Assessment results of individual schools.

Gain without education notion worrying: Jansen

2012-09-27 15:55

There is a worrying notion in South Africa that material prosperity can be achieved without an education, says Free State University rector Jonathan Jansen.

SAIRR: Give ANC more credit

2012-09-11 12:24

The ANC deserves more recognition for improving the living conditions of poor black South Africans, says the SA Institute of Race Relations.

Academic: ANC able to destroy SA

2012-07-25 22:48

The ANC is unable to put its "national democratic revolution" (NDR) into practice but it is capable of destroying the country, a Russian academic who specialises in African history, says.

SA would rather foster orphans - study

2012-07-09 20:50

South African families would rather provide orphans with foster care than adopt them, a study has found.

Number of schools in SA drops - survey

2012-02-29 13:33

The total number of schools in South Africa dropped between 2000 and 2010, but the number of independent schools increased, according to a survey by the SA Institute of Race Relations.

Survey shows SA democracy slipping

2012-02-06 21:28

Key indicators of democracy have slipped since 2008, according to the latest South Africa Survey.


Cops can't be trusted - FF Plus

2015-01-28 19:11

The SA Police Service is failing to deliver on its constitutional mandate to protect communities, the FF Plus says.

Cops encouraging violent crime - SAIRR

2015-01-28 13:36

Members of the SA Police Service play a major role in perpetrating serious violent crime, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

SAIRR: Whites kept out of public service

2014-06-26 12:23

Public service managers are being encouraged to keep posts vacant rather than fill them with whites, an SA Institute of Race Relations consultant says.

Decline in African language public schools

2014-03-18 11:54

Single-medium African language public schools have declined from 7.2% of the total in 2008, to 4.6% in 2012, the SA Institute of Race Relations.

Survey names leaders in print, TV, radio

2014-02-28 12:42

A survey published by the SA Institute of Race Relations has named the favourite newspapers, TV stations and radio stations in the country.

SAIRR: Privatise education

2013-11-06 07:14

The SA Institute of Race Relations has called for a review of some of the country's systems such as the education sector to help South Africa grow and be more competitive.

Questions over who should fund NDP

2013-07-15 10:33

Endorsing the National Development Plan amounts to giving the government a blank cheque for more taxation and borrowing, says the SA Institute of Race Relations.

Majority of Afrikaans speakers not white

2013-04-22 14:47

More black, coloured, and Indian South Africans speak Afrikaans at home than white South Africans, a SA Institute of Race Relations study has found.

Concerns over maths teacher shortage

2013-04-17 13:15

At least 84 high schools across the country did not offer mathematics last year for Grades 10, 11 and 12 due to a shortage of qualified teachers, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

White men in Gauteng highest earners

2013-04-02 10:47

White male Gautengers earn the most in South Africa, with young African women in Limpopo being paid the least, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

1.7m crimes a year not reported - SAIRR

2013-03-19 10:51

More than 3.3 million crimes occur per year and half of them are not reported, according to a survey published by the SA Institute of Race Relations.

Only 33% of SA kids live with both parents

2013-03-11 12:42

Only 33% of children in South Africa live with both their parents, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Veil lifted on SA union landscape

2013-03-04 11:30

While two-thirds of workers are not unionised, a large number enjoy the same benefits through South Africa's 48 bargaining councils, a report shows.

Fewer South Africans tying the knot

2013-02-06 17:31

Fewer South Africans are getting married, with the number of registered unions dropping by nearly 10% between 2003 and 2010.

Fewer domestic workers, survey reveals

2013-02-01 07:26

The number of domestic workers in South Africa has declined over the past 10 years, a survey has found.

KZN municipality has highest murder rate

2013-01-24 14:34

A KwaZulu-Natal local municipality has the highest murder rate in the country, at 192 per 100 000 people, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

Private school attendance grows 87%

2013-01-17 10:35

Private school attendance rose by 87 percent between 2000 and 2011, according to a report on Thursday.

Average SA worker supports 3 others

2013-01-14 12:13

Blacks on average support more non-working dependents than whites, so it is not surprising that SA is reeling from wage strikes, says the SAIRR.

Violent attacks 'not unique to farmers'

2012-10-05 22:18

Farmers are not uniquely vulnerable to armed attacks, analysis of statistics released by the SA Institute of Race Relations show.

ANC deserves more credit - SAIRR

2012-09-11 14:32

The ANC deserves more credit for improving the living conditions of poor black South Africans, the SA Institute of Race Relations says - and it has the data to prove it.

SAIRR: Fewer public schools not alarming

2012-08-30 14:10

The dwindling numbers of public schools was not necessarily cause for alarm, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

More no-fee schools in SA - SAIRR

2012-07-23 16:51

The number of non-fee schools in South Africa rose between 2008 and 2010, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

SA inmates serving longer sentences

2012-03-05 13:01

There has been a 2 400% increase between 1995 and 2011 in the number of prisoners serving sentences longer than 10 years, according to a survey.

SA pupils prefer English – SAIRR

2012-02-07 12:34

More than 60% of South African pupils choose English for learning and teaching, the SA Institute of Race Relations says.

SA murders exceed road deaths - survey

2012-02-06 19:11

South Africa is the only country where one is more likely to be murdered than to be killed in a road accident, a survey has found.

Jobs in Cape Town [change area]

Property [change area]

Travel - Look, Book, Go! - shop online today

Valentine’s Day gifts – 14 Feb!

Gifts to spoil him and her. While stocks last. Shop now!

Games on Sale!

Save up to 60% on selected games. While stocks last. Shop now!

Up to 30% off All Textbooks

Save up to 30% off an extensive range of prescribed textbooks for all major universities and FET colleges. Shop Now!

Save up to 40% on outdoor accessories!

Tents, sleeping, day packs and more. While stocks last. Shop now!

30% off fragrances

Get 30% off fragrances for him and her. While stocks last. Shop now!

OLX Free Classifieds [change area]

There are new stories on the homepage. Click here to see them.


Create Profile

Creating your profile will enable you to submit photos and stories to get published on News24.

Please provide a username for your profile page:

This username must be unique, cannot be edited and will be used in the URL to your profile page across the entire network.


Location Settings

News24 allows you to edit the display of certain components based on a location. If you wish to personalise the page based on your preferences, please select a location for each component and click "Submit" in order for the changes to take affect.

Facebook Sign-In

Hi News addict,

Join the News24 Community to be involved in breaking the news.

Log in with Facebook to comment and personalise news, weather and listings.