Susan Shabangu is still opposed to the nationalisation of mines even though the ANC is researching the issue.
The academic arrested after helping his terminally ill mother to die in New Zealand has arrived back in South Africa.
The site of Cape Town's Athlone power station can be turned into a vibrant commercial and residential area, but the stink will have to go
Government's proposed media crackdown should be seen in the context of its own crisis of legitimacy, M&G editor Nic Dawes said on Tuesday.
The driver of the taxi involved in last week's horrific Cape Flats level-crossing accident appeared briefly in a magistrate's court on Tuesday.
The public servants' strike will step up a gear on Thursday, despite government's protestations that it doesn't have the cash for an improved offer.
Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa insisted on Friday that the recent violence in the Western Cape was "so-called" rather than actual xenophobia.
An "email" allegedly recording racial slurs by a senior official of the Western Cape provincial government is a fake, say forensic investigators.
Transformation of the judiciary was again high on the agenda of the Judicial Service Commission as it began a marathon sitting in Cape Town on Monday.
Thandi Maqubela, charged with the murder of her husband, acting judge Patrick Maqubela, was released on R100 000 bail on Thursday.