The money owed by government departments is still only a drop in the ocean compared to the R104-billion owed by private households and businesses.
Home affairs has been left to figure out what to do with the hundreds of foreign nationals arrested in last week’s crackdown on illegal migrants.
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.
Suspended SAA boss Monwabisi Kalawe strikes serious allegations against SAA chairperson, Dudu Myeni, and her drive to "control" all SAA decisions.
A similar process to that of the special dispensation permit for Zimbabweans is in the pipeline for other African countries.
Despite the Ombudsman's reservations, Sam Sole attacks Minister Malusi Gigaba mostly unbacked by facts, writes the Minister's spokesperson.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba addressed the provincial government of the Western Cape on the new immigration regulations.
SAA chief executive Mnwabisi Kalawe has been locked out of his office for the past two days as tensions reach boiling point.
Following numerous reports of abuse, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has asked the organisation to establish an office at the centre.
In response to Britain's 2010 announcement that South African diplomats must apply for UK visas, SA says it will now request the same.
Five months after the birth of his baby girl, Oupa Nkosi still has no birth certificate for his daughter. But it's not for lack of trying.
Those working in travel say SA's tourism industry faces devastating consequences if the new immigration regulations are not delayed.
The metalworkers' union seems to be attacking the networks of patronage created under President Jacob Zuma's administration.
Spooks probed a Dubai offshore account opened in Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba's name amid claims of a political smear campaign.
The Democratic Alliance has called for the newly introduced regulations to be reviewed and debated by Parliament's home affairs portfolio committee.
Ruling party member Malusi Gigaba says the ANC would be "ungrateful winners" for questioning how it lost 38% of the votes in this year's elections.
Public enterprises minister says government will use the next 20 years to pursue more radical economic programs and help black entrepreneurs.
The minister says the ANC is preparing for a new economic transformation after the poll. But at least one project shows how it could all go very wrong