Five injured in KZN accident20/4/2014 17:33
Five people were injured when a car they were travelling in overturned and crashed down an embankment on the R103 in Cato Ridge, KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, paramedics said.
IFP councillor killed in KZN20/4/2014 16:54
The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Nomusa Dube-Ncube on Sunday condemned the killing of Inkatha Freedom Party councillor Neliswa Nzuza.
Heavy traffic expected on Sunday and Monday20/4/2014 15:33
Heavy traffic was expected on South Africa's major road routes and at border posts as people who had travelled for the Easter weekend began returning home, the Road Traffic Management Corporation said on Sunday.
ANC set for two-thirds majority - poll20/4/2014 14:19
The African National Congress (ANC) is on course to win nearly a two-thirds majority in May 7 elections, a poll showed on Sunday, confounding analysts who had predicted a fall in support for ruling party 20 years after the end of apartheid.
Anglican church urges people to vote20/4/2014 14:13
The Anglican Archbishop in South Africa called on South Africans to use their right to vote, amid a campaign to spoil ballot papers.
Man injured after hitting memorial cross20/4/2014 14:08
A motorcyclist has been critically injured after his bike apparently hit a metal memorial cross lying on Wilgerood Road near Ouklip, west of Johannesburg, paramedics said on Sunday.
DA goes to court over food parcels20/4/2014 12:12
The Democratic Alliance is set to take the ANC and the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) to court over the alleged distribution of food parcels at ANC election rallies, the Sunday Times reported.
Parties go to church20/4/2014 11:39
Leaders of different political parties were on Sunday attending a church service at Tirano church in De Deur, south of Johannesburg.
Man dies in KZN accident20/4/2014 10:26
A man died and two others were injured when their car rolled on the N2 near Sibaya on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast on Sunday morning, paramedics said.
Zuma's legacy will be judged by Nkandla: Makgoba20/4/2014 7:42
The legacy of President Jacob Zuma is contingent on how he deals with the issue of upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, Cape Town Archbishop Thabo Makgoba said at a march outside Parliament on Saturday.