Twice a week, the former minister of law and order drives a battered pick-up truck to deliver free food around the township of Olievenhoutbosch.
After delays and state intervention, a parole board will decide if the Paralympian Oscar Pistorius should be released early from prison.
On Wednesday, any worker who wants to go on strike, can do so. Every town across SA is being urged to join the first of two protected mass strikes.
Thomas Piketty's message about a global wealth tax found fertile ground in South Africa.
South Africa's children are bearing the brunt of increasing food prices – and the effects may be permanent.
Precarious work is becoming the norm as bosses increase their levels of exploitation.
The public protector is investigating claims that the opulent home of Minerals Minister Mosebenzi Zwane was built on municipal land meant for a park.
The ruling party's national general council is likely to see grandstanding rather than performance review.
Explosive new evidence suggests one man and his relationship with the Zuma family are central to the havoc in the criminal justice system.
The company has already coughed up R260m after US SEC charged it over payments to ANC funding front Chancellor House.
Women often blame themselves for their pregnancy, whereas men are "innocent until proven guilty", a debate on paternity at Wits University has heard.
Mmusi Maimane insists Dianne Kohler Barnard will be dealt with by a disciplinary hearing after she shared a Facebook post praising PW Botha.
But a minority judgment would have granted My Vote Counts's wish to see Parliament pass legislation giving citizens fair access to party funding info.
Councillor Gaasite Legalatladi will have to answer to allegations that she attempted to arrange the death of the North West premier using a sangoma.
The high court in Cape Town has set aside the national road agency's decision to toll highways in the Western Cape.
The ANC has flat-out denied it was involved in any transactions between the embattled conglomerate and the party's funding arm.
With over 3 600 people killed in a year in the province, Gauteng experienced a higher increase than anywhere else in SA.
South Africans are scared. They are afraid of being murdered, sexually assaulted, burglarised and attacked in their homes – possibly with good reason.
For nine years, Hitachi told bold-faced lies about its relationship with Chancellor House. A R266m fine later, it will have difficulty doing so again.