Following Israel's refusal to grant Blade Nzimande a visa to visit Palestine, a group says the act was an "insult to the SA government and people".
President Jacob Zuma on Monday chastised governments who have criticised South Africa for xenophobic violence.
The NPA and other state institutions are working together to speed up the prosecution of perpetrators who commit xenophobic attacks.
As long as the majority of people live below the poverty line, slogans such as "We have a good story to tell" ring a little hollow.
South African Airways has announced that after reaching an out of court settlement, Monwabisi Kalawe will resign as chief executive and a director.
Numsa wants full disclosure from Eskom on the so-called "war room", and it believes that the electricity crisis is due to multi-million contracts.
Political inaction, poor finances, disorganisation and a power battle are some of the problems facing the women's league.
As attacks spread, leading to murder and thousands of displaced foreigners, we must ask if the bitter pill we swallowed then has had tangible results.
The recent xenophobic violence has brought out the worst – and the best – in South Africans.
Xenophobic attacks continued this week, with the defence force coming to the police's aid. But Police Minister Nathi Nhleko was conspicuously absent.
The murder of a shopkeeper baffled police, who not only battled to confirm his name but assumed he was from China. Yet Ho was born and bred in SA.
A potential multimillion-rand rip-off of state funds in the Free State is being investigated.
The attorneys for two primates being held in cages at Stony Brook University on Long Island in the US want them freed from medical experiments.
Mvula Trust is in the spotlight after giving a R21m sanitation contract to an employee’s husband.
Underhanded lobbying, delaying tactics and internal squabbling scuppered the power utility’s economical and innovative IT plan
South Africa's democracy is celebrating its 21st birthday, but closing the gap between the past and the present is not an easy task.
Thousands of South Africans turned out for the march against xenophobia in Johannesburg on Thursday.
The failure by ANC make fundamental changes to the economy is at the heart of xenophobic violence, said Numsa's Irvin Jim
Numsa calls for inquiry into Eskom and says it must open its books for public scrutiny.