The ANC has released its widely anticipated lists of who it will send to Parliament and provincial legislatures after the 2014 elections.
A low-lying bridge has washed away in Mabopane, Pretoria, after heavy rains resulted in flooding in various parts of Gauteng.
Mozambique's national disaster management institute has called on citizens to leave southern parts of the country that are badly affected by flooding.
With less than two months to go until the 2014 elections, we take a look at some key points of the campaign trail so far.
Whether live or delayed, the testimony of expert witnesses is prone to misinterpretation, over-interpretation, and even under-interpretation.
Pathologist Gert Saayman told the court the findings of the autopsy on Reeva Steenkamp, while Oscar Pistorius cried and retched.
A programme has given the clearest indication that Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe and Planning Minister Trevor Manuel won't return to Parliament.
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.
A court order around the release of a witness's photograph during the Oscar Pistorius trial could have troublesome implications for media freedom.
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".
Agang SA and Cope both presented election manifestos over the weekend, envisaging active governance and oversight by individual citizens.
Two teenagers are among those killed in a shooting over the weekend during gang violence in Mitchells Plain.
At first we were told unit one of Medupi was vital to Eskom's capacity issues. But now government says its contribution would have been negligible.
Eastern Cape's Sadtu has threatened to withhold R2-million in membership fees from Cosatu in protest against the suspension of Zwelinzima Vavi.
ANC members on the party's list of parliamentary candidates are required to provide extensive personal information under Project Veritas.
Co-operation between different groups is needed to stop the ANC, said Freedom Front Plus leader Pieter Mulder at his party election manifesto launch.