The Road Traffic Infringement Agency has assured motorists that the new AARTO Amendment bill will not involve e-Tolls.
Two suspects have died and two others injured after their getaway vehicle overturned following an armed robbery at a car dealership in Vereeniging, in the Vaal.
Relatives of the four people who were burnt beyond recognition after their shack caught fire in Alexandra in the north of Johannesburg this morning are blaming arson for the incident.
A primary school teacher in Klerksdorp in the North West is expected to appear in the local magistrate's court to face eight sexual assault charges and grooming charges.
The prosecution in former president Jacob Zuma's case has asked for a postponement.
Former President Jacob Zuma is in the High Court in Durban. He's facing 16 counts of fraud, money laundering and racketeering.
Deputy President David Mabuza has visited the Kgosi Mampuru Prison in Pretoria to commemorate the 39th anniversary of the execution of political prisoner, Solomon Mahlangu.
A family of four has been killed after their shack caught fire in Alexandra, in the north of Johannesburg.
Preparations are under way for the funeral of icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
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Nine illegal miners have been arrested during a protest against their eviction in the Northern Cape.
The case of Economic Freedom Fighter leader Julius Malema, will resume in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court today.
It’s been confirmed that Advocate Billy Downer is the lead prosecutor in the corruption case against former President Jacob Zuma. The case gets underway at the High Court in Durban on Friday. Zuma will make an appearance before the High Court in Durban facing a full bench of judges on 16 charges, including fraud, racketeering […]
Organisers of the march in support of former President Jacob Zuma ahead of his appearance in the Durban High Court on charges of corruption and fraud have reiterated that marchers must not wear African National Congress party regalia.
The memorial service of late struggle and ANC stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is taking this evening at the St. George's Cathedral in Cape Town.
SAPS and SITA management have confirmed that certain computer systems have been shut down by software company FDA.
Police Minister Bheki Cele has promised increased resources to the community of Brown's Farm on the Cape Flats which falls in the Nyanga policing area.
Post and Telecommunications Minister, Siyabonga Cwele has visited the remote villages of Ntabankulu in the Eastern Cape, to explain the new change in the social grant system.
University of Cape Town (UCT) Constitutional law expert, Pierre de Vos says- former President Jacob Zuma will still retain his benefits as the former head of state even if he is found guilty of criminal charges he's now facing.
Ethekwini Metro Police say roads, including Margaret Mncadi Avenue (the old Victoria Embankment), outside the Durban High Court will be closed on Friday when former President Jacob Zuma appears in court.
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Police Minister Bheki Cele has threatened to shut down illegal businesses during a walk about in Philippi on the Cape Flats.
Cosatu members are expected to picket outside the Mecklenburg Magistrate's Court in Burgersfort in Limpopo, where five suspects arrested for allegedly torching six mine workers inside a bus will be making their first appearance.
Minister in the Presidency Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has urged members of the public to come out in their numbers to attend the funeral of late struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
Security is tight at the Witbank Magistrate's Court in Mpumalanga where four men accused of killing two children one of them with albinism are appearing.
Graça Machel, former President Nelson Mandela’s widow, wrote a heart-warming open letter to the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, whom she refers to as her ‘big sister’.
Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) Deputy General Secretary, Solly Phetoe, will on Thursday visit the families of six mineworkers who died when a bus was petrol bombed at Driekop near Burgersfort in Limpopo.
Five people arrested in connection with the petrol-bomb attack which claimed six lives on a bus carrying mine workers near Burgersfort in Limpopo are expected to make their first court appearance at the Mecklenburg Magistrate's Court on Thursday morning.
The man who was allegedly caught red handed setting four fires on the slopes of Table Mountain will appear in the local magistrate's court on Thursday.
Corruption Watch says growing public pressure on corrupt people and systems has contributed to the significant changes in South Africa.