Rowdy Nelson Mandela Bay council meeting adjourned

Councillors nearly trade blows amid move to oust mayor Gary van Niekerk

Children exposed to high levels of violent crime, Stats SA study shows

Police data showed rape was the most prevalent crime reported for children under 17 years from 2015/16 to 2019/20

Global groups urged to condemn destruction of Gaza health infrastructure

SA health and social justice advocates call for boycott of Israeli pharmaceutical manufacturer Teva

Apex court hears tussle over eviction of Woodstock residents

If court rules against City of Cape Town it could affect how every municipality manages housing policy

PA says Gayton McKenzie will stand as candidate for Western Cape premier

The PA has been making inroads in by-elections in the Western Cape, taking support from historically DA strongholds

Motorists told to beware criminals masquerading as traffic police officers

Members of the public may ask traffic officers to show them their appointment certificates, the GTP says

SA on track over climate targets if coal switch not delayed again, says energy plan head

The delay in taking power stations offline will only harm the commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050 if the plants continue to burn into the 2030s

Peanut butter suppliers given 14 days to test products for aflatoxin

Various peanut butter products have been recalled over concerns about the levels of the toxin

Budget has set SA on path to rapid growth, says Cyril Ramaphosa

The national budget that Enoch Godongwana tabled last week supports the country’s developmental goals, the president says

JSC commits to interviews in May after Freedom Under Law alarm

FUL accuses the Judicial Service Commission of delaying SCA interviews despite February agreement

Suspended judge Nana Makhubele sticks to her denial of impropriety

Makhubele strenuously denies she acted improperly in settlement of claims with firms in Siyaya Group

Judge’s order over all-white legal team ‘inappropriate’, senior advocate says

The case involved disputes about a BBBEE scorecard decision, not equality in the legal profession

Capetonians pocket more than R25m selling solar power to city

City will buy as much solar power as households and businesses can sell, says Geordin Hill-Lewis

Corruption trial of former eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede resumes

Gumede and 21 others are charged with fraud, racketeering, corruption and money-laundering

Eskom’s beefed up maintenance shows results, Ramokgopa says

The electricity minister says Eskom was able to get back 3,510MW of generating capacity over the past 12 months