On Sunday, 23 October, President Cyril Ramaphosa laid out new measures that will be put into place to tackle state capture and fight corruption in South Africa.
The latest crime statistics released by the South African Police Service show that a car is stolen every 22 minutes, and hijackings have increased by over 14%.
Transnet workers have been striking for better wages for over a week and the protests will only intensify and will impact consumers, businesses and the economy.
Britain's longest reigning Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, died on Thursday, 8 September. Her death was marked by the implementation of Operation London Bridge.
The Department of Home Affairs is on a recruitment drive to hire 10 000 graduates who will be tasked with digitising millions of records dating back to 1885.
A number of surveys have been conducted to evaluate township businesses. A survey by RogerWilco said that township businesses have the potential to create jobs.
Crime expert Tinyiko Ngoveni of the University of South Africa's Criminology and Security Science has weighed in on the recent tavern shootings in townships.
Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie achieved some of the goals he had set out for the Central Karoo District Municipality in his first 100 days as mayor.
The world has been met with an increase in prices for things such as food and fuel. South Africa's middle class is struggling to cope with the steep increases.