The four are suspected of being involved in the illegal rendition of Zimbabweans in 2010 - the same as Shadrack Sibiya and Anwa Dramat.
A new critique of casualisation at the parastatal – and its demise – could have wider lessons for reducing economic inequality in South Africa.
Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi may feel the wrath of the union federation for not attending its central executive committee meeting.
Tens of thousands of people marched in central Moscow on Sunday to honour slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was gunned down near the Kremlin.
Three municipalities face power cuts over unpaid Eskom bills, while one acting municipal manager is sentenced to six months for contempt of court.
SA Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni was the victim of a fake offshore bank account hoax to get her fired, various Sunday newspapers reported.
Khulubuse Zuma, President Jacob Zuma's controversial nephew, will go to court to fight claims for R1.5-billion by the liquidators of Aurora mines.
The ANC's Gwede Mantashe has canned the results of the party's eThekwini regional conference over claims of branch manipulation and cash for votes.
Robert Sobukwe died 37 years ago today. His dream of economic emancipation remains unrealised, with half of the population still living in poverty.
Lucas Lebyane was shot when protesters demanded that the Bushbuckridge local municipality provide them with water.
Here's a story about a few youths and some books. And here's how you can help their dream become a reality.
Unemployed people are slipping through the cracks because most of the country's money is locked up in the financial sector.
Activists are going head-to-head with a Jo'burg furrier who accuses them of 'urban terrorism'.
We're safe under the State Security Agency, but intelligence is lacking, says minister.
An Australian company plans to exploit the place of ancestors and healing at Madimatle Mountain.
Party spin doctors reportedly want to 'reclaim' the public broadcaster to polish the president's halo.
Those displaced still hope to see justice 50 years after their eviction from District Six.
Acting judge slams inept home affairs officials for 'deplorable' way in which they dealt with asylum application.
The leaked 'spy cables' published this week have SA's intelligence community tying itself in speculative knots.