A due diligence report for the Gupta's own company has revealed illegal mining activities in North West.
Johannesburg's new holocaust centre will memorialise humanity's darkest hours across the world.
The ANC's youth wing is set to elect a leader, as provincial leaders push their preferred candidates.
Two splinter groups have parted ways with the South African Municipal Workers' Union, claiming abuse of funds.
The future of South Africa's politics will be decided on the battlefield of its metros.
A supplier to the police forensic laboratories faces charges of dumping dangerous chemicals.
Fearful of losing key metros next year, the ruling party intends to hold 'primaries' at ward level.
A court ruling has thwarted an alleged witch-hunt by the acting head of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, Israel Kgamanyane.
Chilling new claims of inmate abuse at the embattled Mangaung prison in the Free State have emerged.
On the sidelines of China's victory celebrations, Jacob Zuma and Omar al-Bashir have met to discuss strengthening relations.
It seems that different races listen to different music, but it is actually culture and value that determines this, not skin colour.
Prasa chairperson Popo Molefe said on Thursday the board had been shocked by the adverse findings of the public protector.
SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni faced hostile questions from MPs on Wednesday as woes at the national carrier show no sign of abating.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has said he was not aware that the plane chartered for his official visit to Japan last month belonged to the Guptas.
Every month Ernesto travels back to Mozambique from Sebokeng to get a new visitors' visa, and he has done so for the past 20 years.
The Democratic Alliance believes it can grab the reins of power from the ANC in the capital city, according to the party's mayoral candidates.
Unborn children who will enter into poverty need targeted support to help them, especially during the crucial first 1 000 days of life.
SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has reiterated his desire to see the media regulated, getting South Africans fired up on Twitter.