Several Johannesburg suburbs are still without power following Wednesday's load shedding, but technicians are on-site trying to resolve the matter
A psychologist has told the High Court in Pretoria that the self-confessed child rapist, Nicholas Ninow, is not a paedophile. The psychologist, who asked not to be named, testified in mitigation of sentencing in Ninow's rape trial.
A psychologist has told the High Court in Pretoria that the self-confessed child rapist, Nicholas Ninow, is not a paedophile.
Justice Minister Ronald Lamola says #FeesMustFall activist Kanya Cekeshe's application for leave to appeal his conviction means the Department cannot help him apply for a presidential pardon.
Convicted child rapist Nicholas Ninow has told the Pretoria High Court that he would like to be given a chance to work towards leading a better life.
Convicted child rapist Nicholas Ninow has told the North Gauteng High Court that he was 13 when he started using drugs and that he was on anti-depression medication his whole life.
Eskom Chief Operations Officer Jan Oberholzer says South Africans may have to endure a week of load shedding due to a shortage of capacity.
The NPA said the organisation has been placed in a very precarious position and is under immense strain due to financial constraints which are impeding its functions.
Sentencing procedures are expected to take place at the High Court in Pretoria on the Dros rape case
The Commission will hear testimony from Former MEC of Finance Free State Province: Ms Elizabeth Cornelia Rockman on Wednesday 16 October 2019.
Power utility Eskom says there is a possibility of rotational load shedding across the country from 9 o'clock on Wednesday morning.
Johannesburg Metro Police say the launch of the Evidential Breathalyser Alcohol Test (EBAT) system has led to a high conviction rate in cases of driving under the influence of alcohol.
A group of 15 troublesome boys in Pretoria had a first-hand experience of what it is like to be a prisoner after spending a day in the Atteridgeville Correctional Centre.
Two teachers and an administration clerk have appeared in the Dalasile periodic court outside Ngcobo in the Eastern Cape for the alleged rape of three male learners.
This year's National Senior Certificate Examinations officially get under way on Wednesday with Computer Applications Technology Paper One.
SABC CEO Madoda Mxakwe has told Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Communications that the public broadcaster is seeking ways of reducing its huge wage bill.
Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says her department is expected to oversee the district development model that will boost projects at local level.
A dialogue in Pretoria has heard that South Africans are not xenophobic but the high unemployment rate in country and competition for resources create opportunities for some people to use xenophobia as an excuse to commit crime.
It appears the conflict between taxi operators and police in Cape Town is due to unhapiness over exorbitant fines imposed on their vehicles.
Government is considering relocating the controversial Gale Street Mortuary in Durban to Phoenix north of the city in an effort to address delays in releasing bodies.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has reduced its net losses by 35 % in the 2018/2019 financial year.
A building is on fire at pay TV Multichoice's headquarters in Randburg, Johannesburg, and staff have been evacuated.
Over 400 shacks destroyed by a fire at the Max informal settlement in Pomona in Kempton Park, east of Johannesburg last month, are being rebuilt.
International Day of Rural Women recognises the critical role and contribution of rural women, including indigenous women, in enhancing agricultural and rural development, improving food security and eradicating rural poverty, according to the United Nations.
The Pietermaritzburg High Court is expected to hear an appeal from former President Jacob Zuma against the ruling dismissing his application for a permanent stay of prosecution in his corruption case on the 22nd of November.
The Department of Justice and Correctional Services has denied suggestions that it has bowed to public pressure in the case of #FeesMustFall activist, Kanya Cekeshe.
On Friday, the court dismissed their application for a permanent stay of prosecution. It is not yet clear if Zuma and Thales intend to appeal against last week's ruling.
The SABC board and executive will on Tuesday appear before Parliament's Communications Committee to brief it about the public broadcaster's annual report and statements for the 2018/2019 financial year.
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola says his department is in the process of assisting Fees Must Fall activist Kanya Cekeshe with an application to get a pardon from President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has welcomed the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court's decision to dismiss the application of Fees Must Fall activist Khanya Cekeshe.