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.
Mozambican police said members of one of its elite units were involved in the murder of a poll observer in a ruling party stronghold just ahead of next week's election.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has reported back on a meeting with Autopax management and workers after a nine-day stayaway following the shooting of two drivers, and has vowed to meet with taxi and bus union leaders to bring an end to the violence.
The ANC in Limpopo is pondering a report into the volatile political situation in Mogalakwena, where two local prominent party officials were shot dead in July this year.
IFP President Emeritus Mangosuthu Buthelezi was speaking to Johannesburg hostel residents when a splinter group disrupted his address and marched through the Johannesburg city centre.
The targeting of foreign nationals during the recent spate of violence that has gripped Gauteng is a deflection from the real issues South Africans are facing, says the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.
Violence across Gauteng has now resulted in five people being confirmed dead with more than 180 people arrested as police and residents of parts of the province clash.
Jeppestown residents in Johannesburg have rejected calls for peace from Police Minister Bheki Cele following days of public violence.
President Ramaphosa's robust plans for the economy have the potential for reducing violent crime in the future. But existing levels of violent crime can severely undermine his efforts, writes Guy Lamb.
South Africa has ranked 15th out of 40 countries for its measures to protect children against sexual abuse and exploitation, according to a new index developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Infuriated by high crime, Flagstaff residents took to the streets, marching and holding up billboards calling on people to stop the violence against women and children.
A Fourways clinic has seen an increase in patients seeking mental health assistance during the past year. Could the high crime levels be causing long-term trauma among South Africans?
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Brand SA has, true to form, delivered a particularly challenging week to all of us who live here. So what now, asks Susan Erasmus.
The Consumer Goods Council of SA is concerned that the violent protests in the country could lead to a significant impact on stock available for retailers.
The death toll in Gauteng's widespread violence has risen to seven after police confirmed the discovery of two bodies, which were burned beyond recognition, in Alexandra, Johannesburg.
Speaker of the National Assembly Thandi Modise and chairperson of the National Council of Provinces Amos Masondo will call on the relevant Parliamentary oversight committees to "determine a parliamentary intervention on the ongoing violent tensions in the country".
The r/The_Donald subreddit has been "quarantined," meaning it won't appear in search results or recommendations, or generate revenue.
Researchers found that as movies became more violent, overall rates of murder and violence actually fell.
Some of the clinics in Limpopo province have stopped operating after hours for safety reasons, believing they are vulnerable to attack after hours.
Over six million children in South Africa still live below the food poverty line, according to the Child Gauge 2018 report, released on Tuesday.
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