It's been a long, hard and expensive slog, but next week former president Jacob Zuma will finally get what he's always wanted: his day in court.
Staff at the Public Investment Corporation have raised concerns over corporate governance failures at state financial institution, including a directive from Treasury that bonuses should be capped.
The South African Municipal Workers Union has warned the City of Cape Town that, with fire season fast approaching, it will have to make do with less firefighters if it is not prepared to pay them for overtime.
A small group of #SandtonShutdown protesters temporarily blocked intersections near Nelson Mandela Square in Johannesburg. Watch.
Dozens of people gathered opposite the Joseph Stone Auditorium in Athlone this week for a prayer service for some of the young women and girls who were murdered.
Police have used a water cannon and stun grenades to disperse protesters who were blocking a major road in the Cape Town city centre. Watch.
In leaked audio obtained by Reuters, Lam said she now has "very limited" capacity to quell protests, which China views as a national security threat.
Troops and police were out in force in Zimbabwe's second city of Bulawayo on Monday blocking a planned opposition march, three days after brutally dispersing a banned protest in the capital Harare.
Almost nine months after Khoisan protesters set up a makeshift kraal outside the Union Buildings next to Nelson Mandela's statue, they say they are now being forced to move so that the grass can grow back.
The army has been deployed and efforts by the anti-gang unit to tackle crime have been ramped up but it is not enough, say moms who marched against "living in a war zone" across the Western Cape.
Protesters have demanded that the Department of Social Development should properly fund shelters for abused women and children amid concerns over gender-based violence.
"We'd rather die in the fight than slowly suffocate to death after we lose the fight," one protester told Business Insider.
"Fight climate crisis or die frying," read one of the hundreds of placards in front of Parliament as Capetonians joined in the worldwide climate strike on Friday.
Riot police guarded stations and rail service to the airport was restricted as flash mobs roamed streets and held sit-ins in malls. In Mong Kok, the police station was surrounded by barriers as officers issued repeated warnings for crowds to disperse.
Gauteng Department of Health workers affiliated to the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union have expressed concern that after a year, nobody has been held responsible for the fatal Bank of Lisbon fire.
The unrest in the Pretoria CBD is finally over after the City of Tshwane and taxi operators reached an agreement.
Police cite 'security concerns' in banning demonstration planned for Monday in Bulawayo city.
Russian police have detained hundreds of people attending a protest in the country's capital, Moscow, to demand free elections, according to a monitoring group.
Negotations to end a bus strike in Pretoria will continue when members of the South African Municipal Workers' Union and the City of Tshwane meet at the Local Bargaining Council.
A group of assailants stormed a train station in Hong Kong on Sunday following a pro-democracy march, attacking passengers.
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