Believing there had not been any campaign violence weeks before this week's elections, President Jacob Zuma has urged Zimbabwe to hold peaceful polls.
Outa may have to drop its court challenge to e-tolling on Gauteng's highways if it does not raise an extra R1-million in three weeks.
Four children, including an eight-year-old, have been removed from "lolli lounges" in Eldorado Park, says Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane.
Southern African health officials and international agencies will sign an agreement in Swaziland to reduce TB and HIV in the region's mining sector.
Numsa has reiterated its objection to the inclusion of the Democratic Alliance's policies in the ANC-endorsed national development plan.
The Constitutional Court has a growing collection of art, which was started by former judges Albie Sachs and Yvonne Mokgoro on a budget of R10 000.
The provisional withdrawal of charges against former crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli was to avoid a public spectacle, an NPA official said.
The ANC has declined to comment on the M&G report claiming Jacob Zuma had more benefactors than previously thought to cover his debts and expenses.
Anglo American Platinum has made a new offer to striking workers in an attempt to get operations running again, the company confirmed on Wednesday.
Two newspapers want President Jacob Zuma to withdraw three damages claims of R5-million each against them, their lawyer Willem de Klerk has said.