About half a dozen people have been killed in the latest outbreak of looting and xenophobia. It appears South Africa has learnt little since 2008.
The cops did not share in the jubilation when president FW de Klerk unbanned the liberation movements in 1990.
Another week, another unit, another resignation – this time Mary-Anne Whittles. We should be worried, says former NPA boss.
The inability of warders to handle increasing violence is turning the infamous Johannesburg prison into a sexual predator's haven.
The ruling party is to roll out new tribunals and processes in an attempt to clean up its act.
Comments on the area association's Facebook page show there's racism in Cape Town's quaint Harfield Village - and it exists throughout the country.
Lisa Steyn explores a love affair with a versatile mineral that has uses far beyond the kitchen table.
Small business operators and politicians seem to be singing from the same bellicose hymn sheet.
Despite state denials that xenophobia is behind the violence, the attacks on foreign township shop owners appear to have a political edge to them.
Foreigners living in Khayelitsha say that they are a target twenty four hours a day, while young locals say that jealousy triggers the violence.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has insisted he was right in suspending Hawks boss Anwa Dramat - and any objection to his decision is racist.
National Home Builders Registration Council chairperson Brenda Madumise was on Thursday put on leave of absence, following bribe allegations.
An opposition motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma will be debated in the National Assembly on February 24.
The ANC in Parliament has flexed its muscle, proposing a ban on hard hats and overalls worn by EFF members, and blocking the use of secret ballots.
The deputy commissioner is still suspended after a CCMA resolution regarding his initial suspension over alleged involvement in a rogue spy unit.
The ANC top brass have proposed limiting the amount of land South Africans can own and the party won't wait for the law to be tested constitutionally.
The CCMA has confirmed that Sars and suspended deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay have settled the matter of his alleged involvement in a rogue unit.
Previous studies to determine how many of South Africa's 150 000 sex workers are HIV positive have been limited in scope, says Africa Check.
Riah Phiyega has rejected a South African Institute for Race Relations report on police involvement in serious and violent crimes as "malicious".