South Africans might not be clear who in the ANC is winning the battle, but there is little doubt that it is the people of the country who are losing, writes Howard Feldman.
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The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture is expected to continue with additional testimony from former national director of public prosecutions Mxolisi Nxasana.
The remaining members of the so-called Krugersdorp Killers are expected to learn their fate as sentencing proceedings begin in the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg. Watch live.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says "issues" with the Public Protector are par for the course and these "political things" are not distracting him from his job.
Since the National Health Insurance Bill was introduced to Parliament, the debate about the plan which promises to fundamentally change healthcare in South Africa has heated up.
Similarities in the cases of two missing South Africans living and working in Vietnam have revealed a pattern that indicates a possibility that organ harvesting was involved, according to Gift of the Givers founded Imtiaz Sooliman.
A man suspected of the May murder of an off-duty KwaZulu-Natal police officer has been arrested and his alleged accomplice has been shot dead.
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In the latest study to illustrate alarmingly high levels of air pollution caused by humans, the area around Kriel in Mpumalanga is now the world's second biggest sulphur dioxide emissions hotspot in the world.
A man accused of stabbing a homeless man in Sunnyside in Pretoria in May is expected to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court.
The death toll in the N1 minibus crash near Midrand, Johannesburg, has risen to double digits after the Road Traffic Management Corporation confirmed that 10 people had died.
A mother and her son are behind bars after a 50-year-old man was seriously injured in a brick attack in Aliwal North in the Eastern Cape.
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Free State MEC of Health, Montseng Tsiu has condemned "violent" attacks targeted at Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Health Infrastructure.
A crime combatting operation over the weekend has seen Johannesburg central district police arrest approximately 164 suspects for various offences.
Although the debt relief bill aims to throw a lifeline to indebted consumers, it could see 'mashonisas' or loan sharks - who typically charge between 30-50% interest on loans - thrive in the lending environment.
The DA has welcomed a judgment made by the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria ordering two non-governmental organisations involved in the Life Esidimeni tragedy to pay back R663 275 to the Gauteng Department of Health.
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate is investigating an incident in Franschhoek, Western Cape after an off-duty anti-gang unit member was shot and killed.
Still reeling from a damning R5bn irregular expenditure finding from the Auditor General, the City of Tshwane has reappointed a service provider to run the Wonderboom National Airport in spite of warnings by its legal and supply chain management departments.
Two murdered homeless men – who are among five suspected victims of the so-called nocturnal prowler – have finally been laid to rest, almost two months after the discovery of the fifth body in Muckleneuk, Pretoria.
Two suspects have been arrested with 77 500 mandrax tablets in the boot of their car.
Ruth First was killed on August 17, 1982 when she opened a parcel bomb sent by the apartheid regime to her office in Mozambique.
The two employees were arrested for allegedly stealing more than R4m from their employer.
The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology has met with the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University Council following ongoing student protests at the Pretoria campus.
About 60 former mine workers supported by the Unpaid Benefits Campaign (UBC) marched from Keizersgracht Street to Parliament. They say they are still owed provident funds and other benefits.
It's all systems go for a Johannesburg man who plans to cycle almost 10 500km from Cairo, Egypt, to Cape Town on an electric bicycle.
Two quick-thinking Johannesburg Metro Police Department officers saved the life of a baby who had been abandoned on a street corner in the city.
The eThekwini Municipality has warned that people and cattle should not use or drink water from the Inanda Dam after caustic soda from a factory spill made its way into the water.
Amid SA National Defence Force and police operations in Cape Town's crime hotspots, some of the city's unsung heroines in neighbourhood watches and community policing forums were treated to a high tea for the work they do in dangerous conditions.
EFF MP Nazier Paulsen has appeared in court on a charge of assault following an incident involving a man parked outside his former wife's house earlier in August.
The Eskom Pension and Provident Fund has told Fin24 that it directed its attorneys to act in line with the ruling of the North Gauteng High Court, confirming that Molefe has less than a week to pay up.
The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that the decision by former minister of energy Jeff Radebe to remove the board of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation was unlawful
The Special Investigating Unit will recover more than R600 000 from two Gauteng health department service providers after a successful probe into the Life Esidimeni tragedy.
A former Adult Basic Education and Training teacher from Oudtshoorn has been arrested for allegedly inflating the number of registered students she taught, to gain financial benefits from the Western Cape Department of Education amounting to nearly R1m.
South African banks are concerned that some of their customers will get away with not having to repay their debt.
Pre-trial proceedings in the murder case of 10 suspected members of the notorious Westbury gang, Fast Guns, has been delayed yet again because five of the accused have not yet applied for Legal Aid representation.
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has written to the judges president of the Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal divisions of the High Court to ask them appoint judges for the inquests into the deaths in detention of anti-apartheid activists, Dr Neil Aggett and Hoosen Haffejee.
Following a Gauteng High Court in Pretoria ruling which found that Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane and her office should pay for legal costs in the Estina dairy farm project, her office has taken to Twitter to defend itself.
Monument High School pupils involved in a bullying incident captured on video and shared on social media have been given 48 hours to motivate in writing why they should not be suspended.
Northdale Hospital in Pietermaritzburg is under scrutiny following cases of alleged staff negligence reported to the KwaZulu-Natal department of health
The Johannesburg Zoo finds itself embroiled in another legal controversy after three elephants were caught on video in seeming distress on Elephant Day, according to animal experts.
Doctor Masilela was returning from a traditional ceremony with two friends on the evening of June 17 when he decided to take a shortcut through Stompiesfontein farm to get home. It was a shortcut that would cost him his life.
Marikana Commission of Inquiry chairperson Judge Ian Farlam is of the view that the commission cannot be blamed for the lack of prosecutions following the shootings seven years ago, which saw 34 people killed by police.
A Vanderbijlpark woman has been pepper-sprayed in her car while breastfeeding her baby because another motorist didn't like the way she had parked, a report says.
Landikhaya Makeleni of KwaNobuhle hopes to challenge draughts world champion Lubabalo Kondlo of New Brighton.
Khayelitsha residents are battling to get to work in Cape Town, as the suspension of the MyCiTi service on the N2 enters its 10th week.
Three suspects believed to be the masterminds behind an alleged rhino horn syndicate are expected in the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court following their arrest.
Miché Solomon, also known as Zephany Nurse, says she cannot feel hate towards the woman who kidnapped her as a baby, as she told eNCA about the rollercoaster of emotions since finding out she was not living with her biological parents.
Residents fear their own water supply may run out if their dam is used to supply water to a suburb that is 30km away.
Taxpayers' money was wasted on an unnecessary trip to India in pursuit of the Estina dairy farm project, the commission of inquiry into state capture has heard.
The portfolio committee on health will be briefed by the state attorney on the constitutionality of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill, committee chairperson Sibongiseni Dhlomo said on Thursday.
Western Cape MEC for human settlements Tertius Simmers refused to answer whether the province bought land for housing at the allegedly inflated price of R64.6 million because another parcel of land already owned by the City of Cape Town and earmarked for housing would turn Table View into "Khayelitsha by the sea".
Zephany Nurse, raised as Miché Solomon after being snatched from Groote Schuur Hospital in 1997, says she knows the convicted kidnapper, who raised her, had indeed removed her from her biological mother's arms.
Johannesburg police have recovered empty pizza boxes and a hijacked delivery motorcycle, as well as the weapon that two men allegedly used to commit the crime.
The new demerit system for SA road users has good intentions, but it can also pose a significant threat to the insurance industry.
Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions, Advocate Silas Ramaite (SC), will bid farewell to the National Prosecuting Authority at the Justice College in Pretoria.
The City of Johannesburg, in a women's month-inspired ceremony, has welcomed their first batch of 450 beneficiaries of the City's insourcing programme for cleaners.
A gang of thieves used hammers, chisels and angle grinders to break into RLG (Richemont Luxury Goods), which is part of Johann Rupert's Richemont business group on Friday, getting away with R300m worth of jewellery in the heist.
New footage has emerged of what appears to be yet another attempt on the life of a cigarette industry boss, following a hit on Gold Leaf Tobacco Corporation’s Simon Rudland this week.
Authorities have confirmed the murder IFP councillor Mthembeni Majola during an apparent hit in Estcourt, KwaZulu-Natal.
The looting took place at shops belonging to foreign nationals in Dobsonville, Meadowlands, Rockville, Naledi, Zola, Emdeni and surrounding areas.
At the age of 63, Thoko Nzimande still doesn't have an ID. "I am a South African. Both my parents were South Africans. But l have never had an ID. As a result, my life has not been easy," she says.
An Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) councillor has been shot and killed in Estcourt, KwaZulu-Natal.
The owner of a crèche, at which footage was shot showing child abuse by an employee, has appeared in the Oberholzer Magistrate's Court.
Gold Leaf Tobacco Corporation's Simon Rudland, who survived an assassination attempt this week, says he "100%" believes one of his competitors was behind the attempted hit.
There is no connection between Zille and Zuma. Zille is entitled to have an opinion, and her opinion will carry weight as we see the ANC/SACP marching us further down the road of NDR to perfect communism, writes Sara Gon.
An ANC meeting, held to discuss the removal of Zandile Gumede as mayor and her regional executive committee, has reportedly collapsed after some delegates caused disruptions and overturned tables.
The intended beneficiaries of the Estina dairy project have no legal documentation to prove they are beneficiaries and therefore, no legal recourse.
Old Mutual and on-again, off-again CEO Peter Moyo will hear the outcome of their increasingly acrimonious legal battle in approximately two weeks
Isolated showers and cooler temperatures are expected along the coastline on Saturday.
Good party secretary general Brett Herron has questioned Western Cape Premier Alan Winde's much-heralded "government of higher integrity" in light of alleged whistleblowers' evidence that one of his newly appointed MECs, Tertius Simmers, was guilty of electricity theft while serving as a DA councillor in George.
Leader of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) in a scathing speech at the 7th commemoration of Marikana states that ANC is government for White Monopoly Capital (WMC),not for the people of South Africa.
Port Alfred has lost two fishermen after their boat was broadsided by a wave as they returned home through the Kowie River mouth, according to the National Sea Rescue Institute.
The Good Party appears to be in bad shape after a second member of the party’s top brass resigned on Thursday, bemoaning that she could no longer continue “window dressing”.
Supporters of axed eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede still want her to be the city's first citizen and they want her to return as chairperson of the ANC in the eThekwini region.
A tweet by President Cyril Ramaphosa to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the Marikana massacre has been met with a number of negative responses on Twitter.
A lack of planning ahead of the establishment of the controversial Estina dairy farm project not only compromised the project, but wasted taxpayers' money.
MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development William Bulwane has said the provincial department donated a grand total of 178 head of cattle in one decade, valued at R815 200. In one instance, a cow was donated for the funeral of a government worker who is still alive.
Troubled municipalities are expected to top off the agenda at this weekend's DA federal executive meeting in Johannesburg.
The General Council of the Bar has condemned personal attacks that EFF leader Julius Malema made against the judiciary during his address on Women's Day.
Gold Leaf Tobacco Corporation has posted an R10m reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those behind the shooting of its co-owner Simon Rudland.
ANC secretary general Ace Magashulethe says the donation from controversial businessman Dr Iqbal Survé to the Western Cape ANC is a "thing of the past".
An allegedly corrupt policeman has been killed after he was hit by a truck while trying to run away from fellow officers.
The Western Cape High Court has rejected Jason Rohde's bid for leave to appeal a dismissal of his request to be granted bail.
The quick-thinking firefighter has saved lives and property after he left an accident scene to investigate a blaze he could see in the vicinity of Samora Machel, the City of Cape Town says.
South Africa marks seven years since the tragic mass shooting of 34 miners at Marikana, Rustenburg during a strike. Ten other people were also killed before that fateful day.
Families living in a dilapidated church in Nigel fear that their children will be taken from them by social workers who have declared their living conditions unsafe.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has highlighted how often it was confronted with cases of serious and serial negligence at state hospitals in the Eastern Cape, saying that substandard care was pervasive.
Gauteng police have arrested 155 people in swoops on suburbs in Pretoria, with three people suspected of murder among them, says spokesperson Captain Augustinah Selepe.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed into law the controversial National Credit Amendment Bill, which is geared to provide relief to over-indebted consumers
The City of Johannesburg will be insourcing, or directly hiring 1 879 cleaners, starting with 450 who will go on the metropolitan municipality's books, says a statement from Mayor Herman Mashaba's office.
The former head of the Free State department of agriculture, Peter Thabethe, has told the commission of inquiry into state capture that he had been summoned by the Public Protector's office last week to give evidence about the Estina dairy farm case.
Sekunjalo will oppose a R1bn lawsuit Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments has lodged against chairperson Iqbal Survé and ex-PIC head Dan Matjila.
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