The South African Reserve Bank has debunked a social media account that has claimed that it is working on introducing R500 banknotes and R10 coins in future.
A Facebook user recently posted three photos and made some startling claims. The user falsely claimed that monkeypox and AIDS symptoms present in the same way.
A Twitter account that seemingly has ties to Operation Dudula has made the allegation that Nigerian smugglers are the reason SA IDs are not considered secure.
Andile Mngxitma, the leader of the Black First Land First political organisation has alleged that HAARP is a weapon of mass destruction and can control weather.
The Home Affairs Department has stated that a letter claiming to be addressing President Cyril Ramaphosa from Minister Aaron Motsoaledi was not written by him.
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases issued a press release debunking the misconception that typhoid fever in South Africa is linked to tap water.
South Africa's state-owned power utility has denied allegations made on social media that R4 billion accidentally paid to coal supplier Quinton van der Burgh.
A viral social media has alleged that living with your partner for three years is the same as being married in community of property however, this is not true.
The Department of Education says it is illegal for schools to require registration fees from parents yearly or withhold reports because of unpaid school fees.