Media houses want the Western Cape High Court to declare it was unlawful to use a signal jamming device during the Sona in February.
Trainees from "major role players" in the industry set to learn about nuclear power plant engineering, procurement, maintenance and other subjects
The ConCourt has ruled that state organs, as employers, have to take over the employment contracts of workers - if a contract or tender is cancelled.
Non-zulu guests who addressed an anti-xenophobia imbizo in Durban, spearheaded by King Goodwill Zwelithini, were booed by the crowd.
Home Affairs has issued a stern warning that those perpetuating xenophobic violence will be found and dealt with to the full might of the law.
Arrests have been made in connection with the murder of Mozambican national Emmanuel Sithole and police are offering R100 000 for information.
Many around Africa have expressed outrage at the xenophobia in SA, while SA businesses operating in the rest of Africa begin to feel pressured.
Patricia De Lille was overwhelmingly elected as the new leader of the Democratic Alliance in the Western Cape on Saturday evening.
President Jacob Zuma will not be present when the Africa-Asia summit kicks-off in Indonesia next week.
More than 30 people have been arrested overnight, as attacks on foreign nationals continued in informal settlements and the Johannesburg CBD.
DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane has kicked-off his campaign to fill Helen Zille's post at the party's Western Cape provincial congress.
Mmusi Maimane has accepted nomination to stand as the Democratic Alliance's leader, saying it is his chance to "restore hope" in the country's future.
KZN premier Senzo Mchunu has announced that Zwelithini is concerned about the attacks and will meet with traditional leaders in a bid to stop them.
Ministers have condemned the attacks on foreign nationals and Cyril Ramaphosa says discussions with the Zulu king are taking place.
Many foreign nationals in South Africa say the xenophobic attacks are worse than the activities they experience in their own fraught countries.
International migrants are often accused of stealing jobs from locals in South Africa. But new data presents a far more nuanced picture.
The Mob's influence in SA used to be synonymous with Vito Palazzolo. He's in jail, but the Cosa Nostra continues to expand under new leaders.
The president claims in court papers that his predecessor offered him R20m to go quietly.
Political parties tied themselves in knots in Parliament as xenophobic violence raged on South Africa's streets.