The Constitutional Court has found that the settlement of 17.3 million rand to former NPA Head, Mxolisi Nxasana was invalid and that he should pay back R10.3 million to the National Prosecutions authority.
Eight people have been arrested on Monday morning after they allegedly tried to occupy a vacant piece of land in Burlington west of Durban.
The two week long strike by Gautrain employees is officially over.
Egypt is yet to prosecute members of the security forces over a bloody 2013 crackdown on protesters that left hundreds dead, Human Rights Watch said Monday, urging "justice" for the killings.
The Constitutional Court has declared the appointment of National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head Shaun Abrahams unconstitutional.
Government has denied reports that it is planning to reduce civil servants head count in order to decrease its growing wage bill.
Western Cape Police have confiscated close to R15 million worth of abalone and arrested two suspects during two busts over the weekend.
Residents of KaNyamazane township, east of Mbombela, Mpumalanga, have embarked on a violent protest blockading roads in and out of the area.
Public accounts committee (SCOPA) chairperson Themba Godi believes that SASSA will be able to address the glitches in the payment of social grants.
Convicted murderer Henri van Breda's bid to appeal his conviction and sentencing is to be heard in the High Court in Cape Town on Monday.
The five men arrested in connection with the double cash-in-transit heist in Boksburg will be back in the Boksburg Magistrate's Court on Monday.
The two Koreas opened high-level talks Monday to prepare for a third summit between the South's President Moon Jae-in and the North's leader Kim Jong Un, amid the diplomatic thaw on the peninsula.
Whether by brazenly injecting sex in the public sphere, adopting gay subculture for mainstream audiences or becoming the top-selling female musician of all time, Madonna has asserted an incalculable influence.
Thousands of Zimbabweans are expected to gather at the country's national shrine the Heroes Acre in Harare as they celebrate men and women who fought for the liberation of Zimbabwe.
Emerging market currencies suffered a renewed bout of selling on Monday while Asian shares were a sea of red amid a deepening crisis for Turkey's lira, which plunged to all-time lows on concerns over a rift with the United States.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has rejected suggestions from former players that the team's famous pre-match haka has been devalued by overuse.
Public hearings into the Customary Initiation Bill aimed at regulating the practice of circumcision begin on Monday with the Eastern Cape the first province to host them.
Vote counting was under way across Mali on Monday after a tense presidential runoff in which a poll worker was killed and 100 polling stations were forced to close due to the security threat from Islamist militants.
The Constitutional Court is expected to deliver its judgment on whether or not the appointment of NPA head Shaun Abrahams was lawful.
Three people have been arrested on arson charges after violent protests erupted at Hout Bay.
Siyanda Gxwati was arrested and faces murder charges after allegedly stabbed Refilwe Letebele to death at her home and also stabbed and injured himself.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he's confident that peace, security and stability will be restored in all countries within SADC Region.
The decision to suspend senior NPA officials Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi now rests with President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The KwaZulu-Natal department of Agriculture says it's to report a Kranskop Farmer to the Human Rights Commission.
Scientists have warned that human activity is increasingly threatening sensitive and vital ecosystems.
The AIC says it gives the ANC a month to meet its coalition agreements or else they will withdraw their partnership at Ekurhuleni Metro in the Gauteng province.
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa has filed a court challenge against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory.
A head-on collision between a SUV and light motor vehicle, has left three people dead.
A sink-hole which forced a road closure in Tshwane 15 months ago has been repaired at a cost of R5 million.
A huge oil refinery being built in Nigeria by Africa’s richest man is unlikely to start production until 2022, two years later than the target date, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.