A paramedic has managed to escape with a laceration on her face after a pastor allegedly assaulted her in Katlehong on the East Rand.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) says it's concerned about the high number of pedestrian deaths since the start of the festive season.
The Khoisan activists who had been on a hunger strike to seek the attention of the Presidency have arrived back home.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation has issued a stern warning to partygoers that if they are caught drinking and driving they will be arrested.
As millions of people around the world are celebrating Christmas, two families whose loved ones' graves were dug up and body parts stolen have nothing to celebrate.
Government is to set up a commission of inquiry to investigate the concerns of the Khoisan people.
Efforts to extinguish a mountain fire in Du Toitskloof near Worcester are still underway.
The death toll on roads in the Western Cape has exceeded the one hundred mark from the beginning of this month to date.
Home Affairs authorities at the Beitbridge border post between South Africa and Zimbabwe are attributing the traffic mayhem on the congestion on the Zimbabwean side of the border.
Mangaung Metro Municipality is failing to keep streets and public areas clean, as a result the Bloemfontein CBD is filled to the brim with waste.
Hundreds of senior citizens have packed a large marquee at Savannah Park in Chatsworth south of Durban for an early Christmas celebration.
Organisers of the 'Dress an Orphan' initiative have appealed to members of the public to assist them in their aim to clothe the less fortunate this Christmas.
KwaZulu-Natal police are investigating a case of murder and attempted murder after two people were shot in Umlazi Durban.
Level Six water restrictions are expected to come into effect next month in Cape Town, limiting families to 10,500 litres of water per month or 87 litres per person daily
The Beitbridge border post near Musina into Zimbabwe was still experiencing heavy traffic volumes after midnight.
A police sergeant stationed at Evander police station in Mpumalanga has been arrested for releasing a female suspect who'd been arrested for suspected theft.
The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) has announced a 24 hour helpline during this holiday season. As the festive season is in full swing, for many it is a time of merriment and celebration but some are battling loneliness and depression. Sadag spokesperson, Dessy Tzoneva says there will be counselling available at all […]
The University of the Western Cape (UWC) has joined the University of Cape Town (UCT) in announcing an 8% increase in tuition fees for 2018.
The Ethekwini Metro police department says it's investigating a video that shows a Metro policeman accepting money from a motorist in the Durban CBD.
The festive season is in full swing and tourists have made their way to Cape Town. However, the Western Cape is still facing a devastating drought.
The Eastern Cape Traffic Department is looking to lessen the number of road fatalities on the country's roads this festive season. In 2016, 211 people lost their lives on the province's roads.
The Limpopo Department of Transport has urged motorists not to drive when they are tired but rather stop and rest or switch drivers to ensure that they arrive at their destination safely.
The four Khoisan activists who have been camping outside the Union Buildings since the beginning of December will spend Christmas in Pretoria as they patiently wait to meet the President or his deputy.
As 2017 draws to a close, the year has been a hectic one for the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.
The new leader of the Thembezinhle faction of the Nazareth Baptist Church has finally been revealed as Phinda Shembe.
North West Provincial Commissioner Baile Motswenyane has called on the public to avoid drownings during the festive season while relaxing next to dams, rivers and pools.
Motorists travelling on the N4 toll road towards the Lebombo Border Post to Mozambique have been requested to use alternative routes to go through as queues are almost ten kilometres long.
Six people have lost their lives including a child when a minibus taxi in which they were travelling, crashed against the metal centre barrier on the M2 Highway, east of Johannesburg.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has appealed to young white South Africans to join the police service.
Traffic officials all over the country have urged motorists to be cautious and adhere to the rules of the road as heavy traffic volumes are continuing as holiday makers’ travel to various destinations for the Christmas holidays.