Judge Robert Henney found Angy Peter and her co-accused guilty of premeditated murder. Their bail was withdrawn and they will stay in police custody.
A Cape Town summit of Nobel peace laureates has been cancelled after too many delegates pulled out over South Africa denying the Dalai Lama a visa.
DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane tried to deliver water to a community near Brakpan, but ANC residents chanted and booed him out of town.
The department of energy has been extremely vague on South Africa's prospective nuclear deal despite promising transparency regarding a new build.
Government and business should never be apologetic about implementing affirmative action, according to National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega.
Khayelitsha activist Angy Peter and her co-accused have been found guilty of murder. The M&G spoke to Peter days before judgment was handed down.
Despite a R60-million budget, employing 900 janitors for 160 communities and servicing 11 000 toilets, poor planning has failed the city.
EFF leader Julius Malema and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula had it out on Twitter on Tuesday. Here's a blow-by-blow account.
The ANC has said it would be out of order for Jacob Zuma to repay any money for non-security upgrades at Nkandla he did not request or consent to.
Financial independence still eludes the chief justice's office, but it will receive much-needed capacity in the form of more than 1 000 staff members.
... and they still don't have a clue, writes Zama Ndlovu, who sees herself as black middle class but is still struggling to prove her worth.
ANC MPs have said President Jacob Zuma is not financially responsible for overspending on the R246-million security upgrades at his Nkandla homestead.
EFF leader Julius Malema will face charges of fraud, corruption, money laundering and racketeering in August 2015.
Stellenbosch University says critical debate is more valuable than disciplinary action against students involved in a "blackface" incident.
EFF MPs have to submit themselves to a parliamentary disciplinary process after the high court in Cape Town kicked out the party's urgent interdict.
Unless its leaders act urgently, the federation will face a decline in membership, political clout and reputation, says Zwelinzima Vavi.
The overall governance showed a mild improvement in participation of human rights, sustainable growth and human development.
Lonmin found funding to build its workers housing, it has been revealed, but now it doesn't know what happened to the funding agreement.
Local and international organisations have called for the Seriti commission to be dissolved and for a full criminal investigation into its approach.