Businessman, Russell Fox, has embarked on a world record breaking attempt in Cape Town by taking on a 32-kilometre broken glass trial barefoot to raise funds and awareness for children with autism.
A man has been shot and wounded in a farm attack in Deerpark farm in Tzaneen, Limpopo.
One person has been killed and 17 others seriously injured in a five-vehicle pile-up on the P415 near Mandini on the KwaZulu Natal north coast.
Three Municipal staff members have appeared in the Belville Specialised Commercial Crimes Court for allegedly committing fraud related to prepaid electricity.
The Hawks say they're searching for a Congolese national in Cape Town who's allegedly failed to appear in court on fraud charges.
The Hawks have arrested a former Home Affairs employee for allegedly issuing fraudulent permits.
Gauteng police are intensifying their fight against crime leading up to the festive season.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has conceded that farm killing are a cause for concern.
Advocacy group, Right2Know Campaign has described the threats of legal action against veteran journalist Jacque Pauw by the State Security Agency and the South African Revenue Service as crude acts of censorship.
Police minister Fikile Mbalula says police are working on an integrated crime combating strategy to ensure safety of the country’s citizens.
Communications Workers Union, ( CWU), has filed a new wage dispute with the SABC after withdrawing its earlier dispute which had contained incorrect information.
The strike by SABC workers has been called off. Labour union, Broadcasting, Electronic, Media & Allied Workers Union (Bemawu) has ordered its striking members to return to work with immediate effect.
South Africa’s two highest courts have assisted social transformation in South Africa.
Embattled Emfuleni mayor Simon Mofokeng has failed to appear before the Vanderbijlpark Magistrates court after he was slapped with a restraining order following allegations of sexual grooming of a 14-year-old girl.
The NGO ,Habitat For Humanity changed the lives of more than a dozen people living in Mfuleni on the Cape Flats this week.
President Jacob Zuma said he was deeply impressed after touring the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria, including the institution’s nuclear medicine centre, accompanied by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on Friday.
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) says its members working at the SABC are ready to go ahead with a strike over a wage dispute.
Taxi commuters have been urged to arrange alternative transport come next Wednesday.
Senior counsel, Andrea Johnson, has submitted to the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein that Pretoria High Court Judge, Thokozile Masipa elevated Oscar Pistorius and absolved him of his crime.
Limpopo Transport MEC Makoma Makhurupetje has conveyed a message of condolences to the families of the 12 people who died in a crash on the N1 at Botlokwa on Thursday night.
President Jacob Zuma will on Friday visit the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria to monitor the delivery of healthcare services as part of the Presidential Siyahlola Monitoring Programme.
Eastern Cape police have arrested two armed robbery suspects following a shootout with police in Mthatha.
The South African Revenue Service says it may take legal action against The Sunday Times Newspaper and the author of the book, 'My President's Keeper' Jacque Pauw.
The Belfast Magistrate's Court in Mpumalanga is to hand down judgment in the bail application of the truck driver, Sebastian Macuacua.
The NPA is appealing Oscar Pistorius' six year sentence at the Supreme Court of Appeal.
The family of Reeva Steenkamp says it is hoping for justice in the state's appeal regarding the jail term of convicted Paralympian Oscar Pistorius.
Workers union BEMAWU says the fact that the SABC can offer an inflation-based salary increase for employees for next year shows that the public broadcaster has money and wants to push the adjustments to 2018.
Gauteng Transport MEC Ismail Vadi has warned rival Soweto taxi associations WATA and NANDUWE that he will close down their ranks and routes again if they continue with violent attacks.
Sixteen people are expected to appear in the Klerksdorp Magistrate's Court on Friday for the alleged murder of a 34-year-old man.
The South Africa Post Office has conceded that it will be difficult for it to meet its deadline if it does not reach an agreement with social security agency SASSA soon.