Terrorism expert Jasmine Opperman says something is fishy with the Hawks' investigation into two recent alleged terrorism threats.
The Simon's Town centre is one of the few to offers Maritime Studies to students aged 15 to 17.
Constitutional law expert Ben Winks unpacks the The HuffPost SA saga, and what constitutes hate speech versus fair comment.
The Finance Minister admitted that he faced difficult questions from investors during his visit to the US, says Simon Marks.
Dlodlo says she has full confidence in the SABC interim board, and wants to maintain a "safe distance" with the board.
The author questions what it means to be a revolutionary after SACP's Jeremy Cronin was "reduced into a white, middle-class man".
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Sanral Chief Financial Officer Inge Mulder.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Standard Bank Chief Economist Goolam Ballim.
Research done by Allan Gray has confirmed that Net1 used grant recipients information resulting in unlawful deductions.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Citadel Chief Investment Officer George Herman.
Supporters from the 'Hands off Hlaudi Movement' at his media briefing said they don't want 90% local content policy scrapped.
Motsoeneng told journalists that he has done nothing wrong and is looking forward to his disciplinary hearing.
Karima Brown says South Africa's security cluster is under threat from those who are in support of President Jacob Zuma.
ConCourt considers hearing UDM's application on secret ballot and may lead to vote of no confidence being postponed says Holomisa.
Terror researcher, Jasmine Opperman, says for the fact that there are Isis members in the country make South Africa vulnerable.
Pieter-Louis Myburgh and Karima Brown expose gaping holes in the story that is setting off investigative journalism alarm bells.
There are growing calls for governments to be given access to people’s data. Is that fair?
Nkosinathi Msimango appeared briefly at the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Monday afternoon.
Fifteen computers were stolen containing info about the Chief Justice, Judges and courts.
Times journalist Stephan Hofstatter gives the lowdown on Nkosinathi Msimango, the man allegedly linked to the investigation.
There have been questions raised around an investigation into the burglary at the offices of the Chief Justice.
EWN's Barry Bateman reports police say that the two suspects had information about the crime yet were not charged.
Johan Burger says cops could have been more responsible by clarifying that connections to the crime had not yet been established.
The three suspects appeared in court on Wednesday on unrelated charges with no explanation from the authorities.
Acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane says a fourth suspect is believed to have crucial information.
The company says 74% of extremist accounts were found by "internal, proprietary spam-fighting tools”.
Acting top cop Khomotso Phahlane says 3 suspects arrested and unlicensed firearms, fake IDs, and suspected getaway car found.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is the fourth African leader called by US Presdient Donald Trump since he took office.
Mzansi's Pearl Thusi catches up with Anele about being on the international television series filmed in New York, life and hair.
Defence and Military Veterans secretary, Dr Sam Makhudu Gulube, clarifies why Parliament did not know about the deployment.
Louvre officials said the museum was closed and that visitors already inside when the attack took place were being kept there.
India's move to a cashless economy aims to bring citizens into the digital network
The hearing on FICA amendments hit a brick wall in parliament on Wednesday. President Jacob Zuma is yet to sign the bill.
Several organisations including Business Leadership SA will be in Parliament for the Fica Bill hearings.
SACP in the area is concerned that members of the police are being used as private guards in the houses of certain councillors.
KZN politicians want commission of inquiry to look into killings of politicians which began in build-up to municipal elections.
Acting national police commissioner says police identified 650 high risk areas and safety and security of voters is top priority.
"We will deal with anyone in this country who is making nonsense, I'm telling you," warns Major General Berning Ntlemeza.
Minister of Police says inaccurate to use term 'political killings' when describing the killing of ward councillor candidates.
The Inter-Ministerial Committee has confirmed that all constituencies are ready to conduct free and fair elections on August 3.
The special task team includes Crime Intelligence officers, Hawks detectives and other specialised units.