Buses and trains will be used to transport people to Nelson Mandela's memorial service at the FNB Stadium.
Minister in the Presidency Collins Chabane says 28 heads of state have been confirmed for Nelson Mandela's memorial service, with many still expected.
At a special council meeting, the City of Cape Town has approved an operating budget of R72-million for a contingency plan to Mandela's passing.
The removal of the Cape Times's editor coincides with it publishing an article on Thuli Madonsela's finding on Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson.
The Dalai Lama, who has in the past been denied a visa for SA, is not set to go to Nelson Mandela's memorial service or funeral, says a spokesperson.
While speaking to churchgoers at the Bryanston Methodist Church in Johannesburg, President Jacob Zuma has praised former statesman Nelson Mandela.
With a general election next year, both the ANC and DA are likely to work hard to capture a slice of the "Mandela magic".
The SACP says former president Nelson Mandela would have loved to see the tripartite alliance working together in unity.
The Eastern Cape is preparing for an influx of mourners ahead of Nelson Mandela's funeral on December 15.
A Hare Krishna parade in Lenasia on Saturday night celebrated the life of Madiba -- a man who learnt its holy book while on Robben Island.
The family of former president Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday, is going through a difficult time, says a spokesperson.
Despite not being able to say which speakers will attend Nelson Mandela's memorial service, Collins Chabane says most arrangements are under control.
After a parade through Pretoria, Nelson Mandela's body will lie in state at the Union Buildings where access will be strictly controlled, says GCIS.
Former South African boxer and junior flyweight champion Jacob "Baby Jake" Matlala has died.
Ahead of former president Nelson Mandela's state funeral in Qunu next Sunday, SA has begun its preparation to welcome international leaders.
Cape Town gathered to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela in a blustery memorial.
The White House says US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will travel to South Africa next week to pay respects to Nelson Mandela.
The public enterprises spokesperson credits his success directly to Mandela, who arranged payment of his varsity fees after his own father died.
Members of the public may attend a special joint sitting of Parliament at 2pm on Monday to commemorate former president Nelson Mandela.