A court has ruled that the minister of public works will pay the costs of the DA's application for the release of the full Nklandla report.
Cricket SA chief executive Haroon Lorgat says the structural and governance reforms voted for in the International Cricket Council are manageable.
A resident has told the commission the SAPS seemingly has no crime-fighting strategy and says parents and school security must deal with youth gangs.
Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has come out in defence of the police, saying they are well trained and not brutal.
Thandi Maqubela has been found guilty of her husband's murder, forging his will and committing fraud by causing potential prejudice to his estate.
Political analyst Richard Calland says President Jacob Zuma "doesn't read" and is "in many ways, the embodiment of anti-intellectualism".
The Western Cape education department will seek leave to appeal a court ruling setting aside a decision to close 17 schools.
A decision to close 17 Western Cape schools at the end of last year has been set aside.
Cape Town residents have blocked a portion of the N2 highway near the airport in protest against poor service delivery, say Western Cape police.
Government respects the judiciary of the United Arab Emirates despite Cyril Karabus's ordeal, the deputy international relations minister has said.