Call for University of Stellenbosch to investigate racist incident

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has called for the University of Stellenbosch to pull out all the stops in investigating a racist incident that has dominated media headlines.Lamola said this when he tabled the Department of Jus… read more


KZN residents urged to exercise caution as inclement weather expected

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has called upon residents to exercise extreme caution as inclement weather conditions are expected this weekend.This follows a South African Weather Service (SAWS) advisory … read more

Fashion & Lifestyle

Sport, Arts and Culture on collection of media accreditation for the 2022 National Freedom Day celebration

MEDIA ACCREDITATION COLLECTION FOR THE 2022 NATIONAL FREEDOM DAY CELEBRATIONMembers of the media who have applied for accreditation to cover the National Freedom Day Celebration to be held on Wednesday, 27 April 2022 at the Kees Taaljaard Stadium, Stev… read more


DTIC developing scrap metal policy to protect electrical grid, rail network

Government is developing a draft policy on scrap metal that will protect the country’s electrical grid and rail network from the continued threat of scrap metal syndicates, says Trade, Industry and Competition, Minister Ebrahim Patel.Delivering the Dep… read more

Medical & Health

WHO Concerned Over Polio Outbreak in Southeastern Africa

The World Health Organization says authorities in Mozambique have declared an outbreak of wild poliovirus type 1 after confirming that a child in the country’s northeastern Tete province has contracted the disease. It becomes the second case of wild po… read more