#UnitedBehind demands rail crisis be declared a national disaster

#UniteBehind staged a peaceful protest in front of the African National Congress (ANC) regional offices in Cape Town on Wednesday to voice their grievances against the rail service crisis and to demand that it be...

Over 26,000,000 South Africans will make their mark on Election Day

26,727,921 South Africans will participate in the sixth democratic national and provincial elections on 8 May 2019, a day which has also been declared an official public holiday by the President. The elections are expected...
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Peace updates from across the globe

As we highlight the peace efforts of individuals and organisations across the globe, we start by looking at a peace event that took place in the United States of America. On the anniversary of Dr....

Eskom’s plan for a lit winter

South Africa has been free of load shedding for two weeks now and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan along with Eskom leaders Jabu Mabuza and Phakamani Hadebe have a plan to keep it at...

Remembering Mam’ Winnie

On this day one year ago, South Africa mourned the loss of struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela after she succumbed to a long illness at a hospital in Johannesburg. In her memory, family and friends held...

Lindiwe Sisulu urges SA to stand against xenophobia

Following the loss of two lives in attacks on foreign nationals in Durban last week, Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu will address African ambassadors on Monday. Foreign-owned shops were the targets of...

PM Jacinda Arden honoured by Muslim communities

The Muslim community in South Africa addressed an open letter praising New Zealand Prime Minister (PM) Jacinda Ardern in light of her response to the mass shooting in two Christchurch mosques. The South African Muslim...

Remembering Lennon and Ono’s Bed Peace

March 25th 2019 marked 50 years since John Lennon and Yoko Ono chose to spend their honeymoon in a different way. The Beatles singer and his bride invited the media to join them for “the...

Magistrate Court dedicated to sexual offences opened in JHB

President Cyril Ramaphosa cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the Booysens Sexual Offences Court in Oakdene, Johannesburg, on Thursday. The court will serve the role of dealing with the court roll's backlog,...

Sanral move to suspend e-toll debt collection

South African motorists who were behind on their e-toll bill will breathe now that the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) board has decided to no longer chase e-toll payments. In a statement, Sanral spokesperson...

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