The high court has dismissed an application by the Economic Freedom Fighters for an interdict relating to the payment of a deposit to the IEC.
The South African National Parks is keeping camps in the Kruger Park closed because of floods, which have killed up to six people in Mpumalanga.
Testifying about a shot fired from his pistol after passing it to Oscar Pistorius at a restaurant, the athlete's friend has taken to the stand.
A horse containment zone has been established in the Western Cape after two animals were diagnosed with African horse sickness.
A low-lying bridge has washed away in Mabopane, Pretoria, after heavy rains resulted in flooding in various parts of Gauteng.
Numsa has responded to Cosatu about why it should not be expelled, says union president Andrew Chirwa.
Numsa members at a national bargaining conference have heard that the lives of working class people in SA have not changed for the better since 1994.
A pathologist set to testify during the Oscar Pistorius trial, says he would not be comfortable with live unfiltered streaming of his evidence.
Claims that SA female prisoners are mistreated in Mozambique's jails will be brought up with authorities, says the international relations department.
As the SA leg of the Israeli Apartheid Week begins, Desmond Tutu has spoken out about "Israel's decades long occupation of Palestinian territory".