News24 South Africa
The majority of congregants killed when a wall collapsed at the Pentecostal Holiness Church in Dlangubo were women and a 13-year-old child, MP Mildred Oliphant has confirmed.
Some may remember him as the Greenpeace guy arrested for protesting over an oil rig, others as the man who was chucked out of school at 15 for organising an anti-apartheid protest.
A series of videos tweeted shows the destruction at the Pentecostal Church building that collapsed in Dlangubo in KwaZulu-Natal.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willies Mchunu has called for an investigation into the safety of a church building in Empangeni where 13 people died during an Easter church gathering.
The ANC has sent its condolences to the families of 13 congregants who died when part of the Pentecostal Holiness Church in Dlangubo in KwaZulu-Natal collapsed.
Already slow-moving traffic on the road to Moria is expected to increase by Friday afternoon as annual pilgrimage has seen the R71 backed up from the early hours of the morning, the Limpopo Department of Transport has reported.
A motorist who allegedly crashed into a group of cyclists, killing one and injuring two others, is on the run after fleeing the accident scene in Centurion.
Agri SA President Dan Kriek refused to sign the Presidential Expert Advisory Panel on Land Reform and Agriculture report.
Thirteen people have been killed when part of a Pentecostal Church building collapsed in Dlangubo in KwaZulu-Natal, authorities have confirmed.
The ACDP's Kenneth Meshoe explains says his non-violent, non-divisive party is the "obvious choice" come voting day.
Transport and roads authorities have pleaded for caution during the Easter exodus as people fan out around the country to visit family and friends, or just get a much-needed rest.
The farming community of Sutherland in the Karoo is begging for help as they watch the lives of farmworkers, farmers and shopkeepers fall apart because of a prolonged six-year drought.
A factory worker has sustained moderate burn wounds to his upper body after he was "steamed" at work in Amatikulu, north of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal.
Police have arrested two men for removing ANC posters in Midrand, according to Midrand police spokesperson Constable Elliot Mabulane.
Women who are members of the Economic Freedom Fighters have marched to Constitutional Hill to demand the retraining of judges and justices to better deal with gender-related crimes.
It is expected to be a slightly warmer day on Friday as temperatures are expected to rise, while fire danger warnings have been issued for five provinces.
The Independent Electoral Commission has reminded voters that the deadline to apply for a special vote ends at midnight on Thursday.
Staff at the Addington Hospital in Durban have been praised for the way in which they treated critically ill patients amid a power outage caused by a severe storm.