The more business owners emigrate, the worse the consequences for job creation, says Solly Moeng.
Three people were arrested for stripping an ambulance that was torched during a protest in Port Elizabeth, police spokesperson Brigadier Tembinkosi Kinana has said.
Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato has slammed Police Minister Bheki Cele for saying the city's law enforcement officers are operating illegally.
A ceiling has collapsed on pupils at Kgomba Primary School in Hammanskraal, the Gauteng Department of Basic Education said.
Despite an additional 1 100 new police officers being deployed in the Western Cape, the province still does not have enough men and women in blue, Premier Alan Winde has said.
EFF leader Julius Malema followed President Cyril Ramaphosa's cue on Thursday, offering an apology to the first citizen and South Africa over domestic abuse claims that surfaced in Parliament and admitting he should have known better.
Speaking to News24, the family's legal representative, Ian Levitt, said the report was incomplete and had had no input from the 13-year-old's family.
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The Department of Correctional Services is investigating apparent prison Facebook posts by two of the people sentenced for the murder and rape of Hannah Cornelius and the brutal attack on her fellow student, Cheslin Marsh.
A sunny Friday is in store for much of South Africa, with the Northern Cape set to experience severe thunderstorms, according to the South African Weather Service.
The man arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk absconded from parole a year before she went missing in Elsies River, Cape Town.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has denied allegations of interference made by the Public Servants Association.
The couple will leave the family in March.
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In what could be considered as a warning to the fightback campaign against his reforms, President Cyril Ramaphosa warns that "those who continue to steal from the people" will face the full might of the law.
The SA Communist Party has condemned comments made by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the issue of land expropriation in South Africa.
A KwaZulu-Natal man who bludgeoned, stabbed and burnt a police administrative clerk, gets a life sentence.
The smell of death is palpable at the scene where the decomposing body of 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk was found, the Worcester Standard reports.
The Gauteng Education Department postpones the release of the much-anticipated report into the death of Parktown Boys' High pupil Enock Mpianzi.
86 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy have been added to Eskom’s grid via Scatec Solar’s Sirius solar park outside Upington.
Former intelligence head Mo Shaik slams the DA after the party claimed Shaik had resigned as Minister Lindiwe Sisulu's special advisor due to pressure from the party.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has responded to the debate on his State of the Nation Address following two days of pressure from opposition parties vigorously debating his speech in the National Assembly.
Research has shown local producers only produced 27% of the increased chicken demand in South Africa between 2010 and 2017.
Three alleged illegal miners arrested with gold-processing equipment worth R5m are expected to appear in the Westonaria Magistrate's Court in Gauteng for illegally processing gold.
The minister has suggested redirecting mining royalties to a sovereign wealth fund.
A Johannesburg woman has been sentenced to an effective six years behind bars for peddling counterfeit money in Mpumalanga and Gauteng.
SARS commissioner Edward Kieswetter says there is no legal proof that former president Jacob Zuma supports Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's subpoena for his tax records.
The Zondo commission of inquiry is expected to hear testimony from an unidentified witness, Mr Y, from the State Security Agency (SSA), in relation to aviation.
A 6-year-old boy has been found hiding alone in a classroom at his school, near Ermelo in Mpumalanga, where he hid allegedly to escape from his abusive grandmother.
Lobby group Sonke Gender Justice wants "appropriate remedial steps" to be taken against ANC MP Boy Mamabolo and EFF leader Julius Malema for their "politicisation" of gender-based violence during the debate on the State of the Nation Address.
Inspired by pushing her willpower to its limits and the need to give back to South Africans less fortunate than herself, marathon runner Nontu Mgabhi has run seven marathons on seven continents over seven days.
More than 20 civil society groups submit their recommendations to the Zondo commission on how to reform the state and private sectors in the wake of state capture.
In a statement, police spokesperson Colonel Priscilla Naidu said a metro ambulance was on its way to Vastrap when a petrol bomb was thrown through its window on Standford Road near Qunu.
eNCA reporter Xoli Mngambi and a crew on assignment in Mamelodi East were robbed of their equipment on Wednesday afternoon.
More than 100 boycotting students have stormed out of the High Street and Park Avenue campuses at the Eastcape Midlands TVET College in Uitenhage.
Police Minister Bheki Cele laid down the law to DA interim leader John Steenhuisen and the DA-run City of Cape Town, but the party remembered some smallanyana skeletons.
The SA Transport and Allied Workers Union (Satawu) says it is not the fault of train drivers that Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) infrastructure is dilapidated and causing delays.
Tossed out with the rubbish and left for dead in a garbage bag, little Lulu whimpered as she lay surrounded by household waste on a field in Eastridge, Mitchells Plain... until she was rescued.
A 39-year-old sergeant from Mbekweni police station in Paarl was arrested at her house, while a 31-year-old man handed himself over to the police.
A witness appearing before the commission of inquiry into state capture struggled to detail how an "invasive" vetting exercise of South African Airways executives and officials reduced the potential for corruption within the entity.
Former president FW de Klerk must account for his actions during apartheid and give an apology live on TV, a very small group of protesters say.
Two suspects have been arrested for allegedly smuggling dagga from Lesotho into South Africa.
The much-anticipated forensic report on the drowning of Grade 8 Parktown Boys' High School pupil Enock Mpianzi has revealed "wrongdoing by those that have been given the mandate to take care of our children".
Durban police say they have made an arrest in connection with the murder of 72-year-old woman, who was robbed and strangled to death in her Chatsworth home.
ANC MP Boy Mamabolo says he will not retract his claims that EFF leader Julius Malema had beaten his wife, telling Malema and his wife he will meet them in court.
Executives and officials at SAA during the reign of Dudu Myeni were subjected to "deeply invasive" vetting in order to get security clearances, the state capture inquiry has heard.
MPs are continuing to debate President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address in Parliament on Wednesday.
Gender-based violence was used as a weapon to "hurt, throw stones and shoot at each other" at the debate on the State of the Nation Address, Deputy Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and People with Disabilities Hlengiwe Mkhize has said.
Two brothers convicted of defrauding the South African Revenue Services 11 years ago are each sentenced to 10 years in jail.
A primary school in Orange Farm, Johannesburg, is temporarily closed because raw sewage was flowing into classrooms and clogged toilets, some riddled with maggots.
Outgoing Tshwane Executive Mayor Stevens Mokgalapa has apologised to fellow DA members for comments he made about his colleagues in a controversial, leaked audio recording.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was speaking to reporters in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
Had the Civil Aviation Authority replaced the crashed aircraft in 2018, Captain Tolo, Lekalakala and Mnguni may not have died.
A family business in Kempton Park that manufactures luxury Belgian chocolate, has been scolded by the labour department because it employs too many black women and it was told to employ more black men.
The Western Cape has some of the world's best solar and wind resources and has the ability to become the emerging market leader in renewable energy, Premier Alan Winde has said in his State of the Province Address.
The premier of Limpopo has now agreed to reinstate government spokesperson Phuti Seloba. The bargaining council ordered that his earlier suspension be lifted and he be reinstated but the premier initially refused.
Alleged underworld figure Nafiz Modack and his co-accused - Colin Booysen, Ashley Fields and Jacques Cronje - had faced a litany of charges - from extortion to money laundering - in relation to an alleged racket which targeted the nightclub and restaurant security industry in Cape Town.
President Cyril Ramaphosa apologises to both Julius Malema and South Africa for "the political back-and-forth of domestic abuse claims" in Parliament which "trivialised" a national crisis.
A former University of KwaZulu-Natal student is offering a R10 000 reward for finding a protester who assaulted a professor during ongoing protests this week.
The president says government is "taking bold steps to hold the economy in good stead for the future".
It should be treasonous to deny that apartheid was a crime against humanity, President Cyril Ramaphosa has said at the start of his response to the debate on his State of the Nation Address.
Three KwaZulu-Natal police officers and two Folweni police station staffers have gone above and beyond the call of duty to help deliver a baby.
The DA tables a motion of no confidence against Merafong's mayor and speaker over the VBS Mutual Bank scandal and service delivery issues.
An ANC member has been shot and killed in Rustervaal, outside Vereeniging, at a meeting held to elect a candidate for the upcoming by-elections.
The Eastern Cape provincial government will next month launch its oceans economy master plan that is estimated to inject R10.4 billion into the provincial economy.
The parents of Tazne van Wyk, 8, as well as those who searched for two weeks to find her, are reeling in the wake of her body being found in a stormwater pipe outside Worcester.
Police have made a second breakthrough in the investigation into the murder of 72-year-old Chatsworth pensioner Jinsee Ram, with the arrest of a 33-year-old man in Ndwedwe, north of Durban.
An 80-year-old man has appeared before Brits Magistrates’ Court for the alleged rape of a 7-year-old girl.
The second of day of the SONA debate ended with Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola lighting up the ANC benches after lambasting EFF leader Julius Malema for claiming he is "in charge" in a democracy.
The body of Tazne van Wyk, 8, who went missing two weeks ago, has been found in a stormwater pipe outside Worcester, Western Cape police confirmed on Thursday morning.
The utility says there is a high probability of power cuts over the weekend.
The decision not to prosecute, raises new questions about the abuse of state resources in deputy minister David Masondo's feud with his ex-mistress.
The ANC Women's League is upset that women are being used as shields in the ideological war being fought in Parliament.
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has explained she meant to say France when she said she went to Geneva, not Switzerland, with her husband in a televised interview over the controversial trip.
Former City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has accused his successor, Geoff Makhubo, of reversing the gains the City had made under his tenure.
Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane visited some of the boreholes in Butterworth and residents asked him to drink the water or at least use it to wash, but he refused.
Journalist Piet Rampedi has 24 hours to retract and apologise for statements he posted on social media calling fellow journalist and author Jacques Pauw a "molester".
It will be a cool day across much of the country on Thursday, with the South African Weather Service advising the Eastern Cape, Free State and the Northern Cape.
Deputy chairperson of the NCOP Sylvia Lucas says gender-based violence should not be reduced to politicking, in a speech on the second day of the debate on the State of the Nation Address.
The utility says that unplanned breakdowns at some of its power plants have increased.
A person of interest in the disappearance of Tazne van Wyk, 8, of Cape Town is being transported back to the Western Cape to face a kidnapping charge, the police have said.
The ANC in Tshwane decides not to attend a council meeting they had called to discuss the four motions of no confidence which they had petitioned.
The Competition Commission recommends that fare regulations be scrapped and that all metered taxi companies must be able to do business wherever they want.
The broader community, law enforcement agencies and organisations need to step in and assist the education department in tackling issues facing schools.
Gauteng DA leader and federal leader candidate John Moodey says calls that former president FW de Klerk be stripped of his Nobel Peace Prize are 'a step too far'.
Daniel Friedman, also known as comedian Deep Fried Man, is dismissed from his position as digital news editor at The Citizen.
Westonaria police are searching for two lions that have reportedly been spotted roaming around in the area.
A Mpumalanga man convicted of attempting to kidnap a 13-year-old girl has to spend five years behind bars for the crime, according to the Hawks in the province.
Meet Team Juliet, South Africa's first all-female firefighting crew.
The “unsubstantiated allegations” of gender-based violence against EFF leader Julius Malema could have grave effects, particularly on his young children, says his legal representative Ian Levitt.
The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture is expected to hear testimony from the State Security Agency when evaluator Nokunqoba Gloria Dlamini takes the stand.
A police officer monitoring a protest at the Boschfontein Periodical Court in Mpumalanga, has lost a finger while trying to fight off a protester who allegedly used a chainsaw to attack him.
The 'proto-fascist' EFF has been roundly condemned as their disruptions at the start of Thursday evening's State of the Nation Address cast a pall on the SONA debate.
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