The ruling African National Congress (ANC) has bagged victory in the 2019 Elections, with 57.50% of the total national votes cast in the hotly contested polls.
The Gauteng Department of Health has taken the decision to pay 552 internship and community service employees, four days ahead of payment date of 4 February 2019.
Residence occupiers, workers and a manager were part of 62 people killed on South African farms during the 2017/18 financial year, annual crime statistics have revealed.
More of the men and women in blue, who are tasked with the responsibility of safeguarding citizens, are being killed while they are on or off duty.
Nyanga township in the Western Cape still has the highest murder rate, while Johannesburg Central police station tops the list of the top 30 police stations when it comes to the number of contact crimes reported over the past year.
Gauteng police have condemned the alleged manhandling of a woman by police officers at the Jeppe Police Station in Johannesburg.
The Gauteng Department of Social Development has welcomed the court judgment on the “Springs Monster couple”, saying it will help deter the violent abuse of innocent and vulnerable children.
The Electoral Commission’s Chief Electoral Officer, Sy Mamabolo, says the majority of the new voters, who came out in their numbers this past weekend to register to vote, were women.
Boredom for Gauteng youth won't be a thing these holidays - thanks to the provincial Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation, who have rolled out a school holiday programme to run until January.
The recently-opened Klerefontein Training Centre, situated near the site of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project in the small Karoo town of Carnarvon, is giving local high school learners the opportunity to become qualified electrical engineers.