WATCH | Mugabe will be remembered for liberation of Zimbabwe and more - Pandor
DIRCO minister Naledi Pandor told News24 at the #MugabeMemorial that the former Zimbabwean president will always be remembered for the role he played in the liberation of his country and supporting South Africa during its own struggle.
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The City of Johannesburg Emergency Management Services (EMS) on Tuesday treated one person for smoke inhalation after two rooms in an office building in the CBD were damaged in the fire.
WATCH | Capetonians stage vigil outside parliament in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement
A group of people staged a vigil outside parliament in Cape Town on Wednesday in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
33-year-old musician, Jason Oosthuizen has blasted the Life Flora Hospital in Roodepoort, south of Johannesburg for leaving all their Covid-19 testing stations completely unattended, after waiting almost an hour to urgently get tested for Covid-19.
The Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital in Cape Town on Wednesday unveiled the first "child-friendly" Covid-19 "Testing and Triage" centre - resplendent in brightly-coloured murals to ease children's anxiety.
Thalente Ngidi, 35, has been in hospital since Sunday after allegedly being slapped and punched in the face by an Ekurhuleni Metro Police (EMPD) officer, leaving her nose fractured in two places.
Two people have died and 15 others seriously injured in a minibus taxi crash in Cape Town on Wednesday, with the driver allegedly fleeing the scene.
A group of suspects in at least three cars had targeted a cash-in-transit vehicle in Chamdor, Krugersdorp on Wednesday morning. The suspects used explosives to gain access to the cash. The explosion was captured on CCTV camera.
Government urgently needs to address the deepening crisis of the Covid-19 testing backlog. New strategies are being put in place in the Western Cape, that include a ban on tests for those under the age of 55 with no comorbidities.
The alleged bombing of a cash-in-transit van in Chamdor, Krugersdorp, saw members of the public allegedly scrambling for money, left over from the explosion.
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize visited Ceres Hospital in the Witzenberg Municipality on Tuesday morning. It was part of a two day oversight visit to the province. Mkhize lauded the municipally for its work in containing the virus.
South coast local, Faeez Mamdoo, filmed a shark being rescued after it was caught in a net on Monday 1 June in Ramsgate, KwaZulu-Natal.
What does life under lockdown Level 3 look like, and how does it compare to the first day of lockdown, back in March? News24 shows you in this striking visual comparison. Watch.
During a visit to field hospitals in the Western Cape on Monday, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize called on the public to live healthy lifestyles and not stockpile alcohol during the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize visited field hospitals in the Western Cape. Mkhize inspected the CTICC, and a facility in Khayelitsha that will collectively provide 900 beds.
Many South Africans across the country braved the Monday morning chill, forming long queues outside bottle stores and licensed venues to buy their first booze since lockdown started on 26 March.
Cape Town's streets were bustling on the first day of June, as the country moved to lockdown Level 3, which saw the economy opening even more. Up to eight million citizens were expected to return to work on Monday.
Social surfing is still off limits but the City of Cape Town is trying to get the regulations changed to officially open beaches, parks during Level 3 of the nationwide lockdown.
South Africans on Monday flocked to their local liquor stores to buy alcohol for the first time in over two months. This as the country shifted down to alert Level 3. Stores can sell booze Monday to Thursday from 09:00 - 17:00.
The Department of Basic Education postponed the reopening of schools by a week just hours before pupils were set to return, but Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schäfer gave the go ahead for schools in the province to open their doors.