- Pretoria on edge as the anti-foreign march looms
- Wayde was a wee one - now the athletics giant is helping premature babies
- Yo-yo dieting has its up side, say researchers
- Violent strikes shut DUT 'Maritzburg campuses
- Court battle over alleged nuke deal resumes
- Budget 2017: Commentary - 'The government headcount has plateaued at around 1.32-million staff‚ but wage growth has been robust'
- Police give green light to Athlone Stadium to host Ajax vs Chiefs showdown
- Budget 2017: Sugar tax to come later this year
- Budget 2017: Go straight to the top of the class! Procurement watchdog halves cost of building schools
- Budget 2017: Rise up and wield the cudgels of transformation‚ Gordhan urges South Africans
- Graduates spared from tax - Finance Minister says ‘We’ve done the best we can for universities’
- Budget 2017: Schools the big winners
- No data shows that 800,000 Nigerians live in South Africa
- Captain AB de Villiers rues missed opportunities by SA's batsmen
- Wayde van Niekerk says his coach wants him to pace himself better as he readies for World Champs
- Would-be Uber attackers warned - Fast response team will be onto you within minutes
- Is Klaasen set for a call-up to the SA Test squad for the New Zealand series?
- Teen in court following murder over 50c
Read Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's full 2017 budget speech presented in Parliament on Wednesday.
Read Edward Zuma's full response to Mathew Phosa's taunt that he is 'a little piece of vomit and not worthy of any comment because he talks rubbish'.
The High Court in Pretoria has found that government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) is unconstitutional and invalid.
The Vaal Dam is now 71.62% full. "Huge increase since last night‚" a grateful Johannesburg Water announced on Wednesday.
READ: Pravin Gordhan's full #Budget2017 speech
READ: Edward Zuma's response to Phosa's 'little piece of vomit' taunt
Court declares SA's withdrawal from International Criminal Court unconstitutional and invalid
Rains bring huge relief to drought-affected Gauteng as Vaal Dam level rises