Convicted killer Clive Derby-Lewis might have to have his lower right leg amputated because of gangrene, his lawyer said on Tuesday.
The Gautrain moved into operation between Sandton and the OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday when it was awarded its safety permit.
Cosatu will on Thursday give Nedlac notice of its intention to strike over the 25% Eskom tariff increases.
The ANC has established a task team to support athlete Caster Semenya and her family, it announced in Johannesburg on Monday.
Communist Blade Nzimande was made Minister of Higher Education because he was a revolutionary, metalworkers heard in Boksburg on Tuesday.
Politicians warring for votes on the country's lamp posts are decidedly unhappy at attacks on their carefully composed posters.
Winds of up to 60km/h wreaked havoc at the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour on Sunday, collapsing tents and scaffolding.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is not insolvent, its acting group chief executive, Gab Mampone, said on Thursday.
The driver of one of the trains destroyed in crashes on Monday has been suspended, the South African Rail Commuter Corporation said on Thursday.
The law prohibits the registration of political parties whose names or logos are too similar to those of other parties, says the IEC.