Lindiwe Hani has paid tribute to her late father, struggle leader, Chris Hani. In her speech, Lindiwe promised that she would never forget or get over apartheid, even as she urged South Africans to honour sacrifices of others.
The beneficiaries of corruption and state capture at the state-owned entity, Denel, must accept the responsibility for their dealings in crime, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has said. He has appointed a new board.
ANC factions clashed in the Moses Mabhida region of KZN on Monday. Tensions rose when bodyguards allegedly tried to prevent certain party members from attending the regional meeting, drawing their guns and blockading the area.
The NPA has released the details of Zuma's indictment which reveals that he was the recipient of alleged bribes during the period 1995 to 2005. In that time, Schabir Schaik's companies and Thales, paid over R4 million to Zuma.
Reports on Jacob Zuma's actions since he was ousted from the presidency late in December have indicated that he is not taking the transfer of power to Cyril Ramaphosa lightly. Justice Malala questions his motives.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will be visiting Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's home village on Tuesday to pay his respects to her family, and attend a series of memorial services in her honour. Memorials have been held around the country.
Nomzamo Mbatho honoured the late Winnie Mandela with a rendition of her favourite struggle song at Bassline on Friday. The singer fought back tears as she sang, before finally leaving the stage, overcome by emotion.
The late Nelson Mandela's widow, Graca Machel, has paid an emotional tribute to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, urging South Africans to praise and acknowledged their loved ones while they were still alive, unlike with Mama Winnie.
A video showing the arrest of two police officers has been circulated on social media. The two men were allegedly caught red-handed accepting bribes from a member of the public, and were stripped of their badges and arrested.
Crime is a frightening reality in South Africa, and every day there are reports of robberies, or other violent crimes. A video of a man robbed at gunpoint in his driveway shows there are 5 lessons to be learnt from his experience.
A manhunt has been launched by the Department of Correctional Services, following an escape by 16 prisoners who were awaiting trial at the Johannesburg Correctional Centre, known as "Sun City". The inmates escaped early on Monday.
The Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, says that the unruly behaviour of pupils is driving good teachers away from public schools. He is pushing for the implementation of rehabilitation centres for expelled learners.
Paul Erasmus, an operative of Stratcom, spoke out in an interview about the National Party's attempts to discredit and divide the ANC leadership, particularly leaders like Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. He said it was all propaganda.
The KZN branch of the ANC has reportedly been making plans to undermine Cyril Ramaphosa's power within the party, but the leaders say that the rumours are nonsense and they are not rebels. They hold true to the value of unity.
During Mugabe's rule in Zimbabwe, many fled from the impoverished country, settling in South Africa. Now, under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, the government is urging its citizens to return home and invest in a new beginning.
No matter who you are in South Africa, you're likely to have an opinion about Julius Malema. Whether you're white or black though, there are some points the EFF leader makes that are undeniable and need to be acknowledged.
Jacob Zuma's court appearance this morning was quickly over, following a postponement until June, but it was the ideal opportunity for the former president to see who, among his political allies, would stand by him no matter what.
Julius Malema's court case about his comments on land occupation has been postponed by the state. His comments have allegedly incited several illegal land grabs and he was charged for under the Riotous Assemblies Act.
Edward Zuma believes that his father, former president Jacob Zuma, is innocent of the charges of fraud and corruption being brought against him. Edward says his father is the victim of a witch-hunt and shouldn't be worried.
Former president Jacob Zuma has been avoiding corruption charges for over 14 years. Briefly.co.za takes a quick look at the years from 2004 to 2018, which have finally ended with Zuma appearing in court to face 16 charges.
Kidney stones can be a really painful experience, often requiring surgery to remove them. Urologists in KwaZulu-Natal have recently introduced a ground-breaking new procedure to remove the stones using a needle instead of surgery.
Malema has made no secret of his hatred for whites, and particularly white farmers. His speeches are often full of hatred and hover on the border of inciting violence against whites, but he has yet to be called to task for it.