The acting top cop says police will maintain a strong presence in Pretoria where xenophobic tensions have been boiling.
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Sars boss Tom Moyane says its 'regrettable' that Pravin Gordhan attributed the decline in tax revenue to the performance of Sars.
Min.Faith Muthambi's conduct could still be referred to the Public Protector if the Presidency or ethics committee sees fit.
Officers formed a barrier between two groups of protesting crowds in Marabastad, reports EWN's Barry Bateman.
The International Migration Organisation has condemned the so-called anti-migrant march set to take place in Pretoria on Friday.
Amabhungane investigative reporter Craig McKune reflects on the timeline of events which led Sassa to a legal contractor debacle.
Representative Christine Nxumalo says some political parties are falsely claiming that they're helping Life Esidimeni families.
Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba has condemned the violence in the strongest possible terms and says he will lay charges.
EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says the Budget Speech has continued the same "ideological macro-economic planning" as before.