The SACP has sent its condolences to the family of former police commissioner Jackie Selebi.
Wouter Basson has been granted permission to apply for the recusal of two members of the HPCSA committee sentencing him for unprofessional conduct.
13 people were arrested overnight for looting in Kagiso, on the West Rand, and police say the situation is calm in Soweto after a week of unrest.
Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko's lawyer said the papers "should be served" on Friday.
The foundation on Friday welcomed the Pretoria high court ruling that the police cannot unilaterally suspend Hawks boss Anwa Dramat.
The decision by Police Minister Nathi Nhleko to suspend the national head of the Hawks Anwa Dramat has been deemed illegal.
The former police commissioner has died in hospital after a long illness, which in 2012 prompted his release from prison on medical parole.
The minister has vented out at the killing of Wamukelwa Zuma-Memela and his wife, Wandy Campbell, who were murdered in their Bryanston home.
Foreign shopkeepers displaced during riots in Soweto were urged by some residents to quickly make their way out. Two people have died in the unrest.
The Independent Media boss cites "jobs for pals" and lack of change in his resignation letter from various University of Cape Town bodies.
The private investigator credited with taking down Jackie Selebi, Paul O'Sullivan, has set his sights on police commissioner Riah Phiyega.
African whistle-blower website afriLeaks is hosted in another country, which means it is safe from African government subpoenas.
Rich and poor pit their pigeons, with names like Justin Bieber, Usain Bolt and Olympic Wonder, against each other in a lucrative but tough 600km race.
The Sars deputy commissioner, who has been suspended for allegedly setting up a “rogue unit” within the tax office, has taken his case to the CCMA.
The government plans to grant oil companies licences to begin exploring the Karoo for gas from as early as July this year.
Fraudulent medical certificates are on sale on Katlehong’s streets – and business is booming
South Africa's electricity crisis is a grim portent: soon, we'll be in the same boat with water.
Eskom's electricity woes have hastened the failure of water infrastructure around the country.
Political will and administrative and regulatory changes are needed to reduce the country's water problems.