A group of 60 customers taking First National Bank to court over a theft that happened two years ago says it has proof that the bank was negligent.
Johannesburg Water has denied reports that a sewage leak has contaminated water in the Coronationville area.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says 15 people have been arrested and about 50 crime-related cases opened following the 2018 Global Citizen Festival at the FNB stadium in Johannesburg last Sunday.
The family of a 13-year-old girl who was allegedly raped by three men says it is feeling unsafe after one of the family members received death threats.
Gauteng police have launched a manhunt for two awaiting trial prisoners.
The Vlakfontein murder case will continue in the Protea Magistrate’s Court in Soweto on Thursday morning. On Wednesday, the investigating officer told the court that he found blood when was called to the Khoza household, in Vlakfontein, Lenasia. Banele Ndlovu was under cross-examination. On Tuesday, the matter of the two men accused of the murders, […]
Parliament says it can start the process of amending the Constitution. It's now been directed to do so by both the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces
The South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) says it is alarmed by a statement from National Lotteries Commission‘s (NLC) chairperson, Professor Alfred Nevhutanda that the State Security Agency (SSA) must investigate journalists.
The State has called several witnesses to testify during the start of pre-sentencing procedures of convicted wife killer, Jason Rohde. Earlier, the matter was delayed in the Cape Town High Court due to load shedding.
AgriSA says its opposition to expropriation of land without compensation doesn't mean that it's against land reform.
A 43-year-old man charged with kidnapping 10-year old Miguel Louw has been re-arrested and charged with the boy's murder.
It was business as usual for the community of Qunu in the Eastern Cape and surrounding areas, as the country marks the 5th anniversary of the passing of Nelson Mandela.
The High Court in Durban has extended the order it granted the KwaZulu-Natal Health Department to continue administering the blood transfusion to a five-year-old boy.
The Department of Home Affairs has announced relaxation of some international travel requirements for children going through South African ports of entry.
The Independent Producers Organisation (IPO) has welcomed the call from the Save Our SABC (SOS) and the Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) for all major stakeholders to desist from any action that may lead to the collapse of the present board and the resignation of its executive management.
DA Gauteng Premier candidate Solly Msimanga has handed over a petition calling on Premier David Makhura to scrap e-tolls.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says about 50 crime-related cases have been opened following the 2018 Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg last Sunday.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has expressed his condolences to the family of former Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Deputy Chairperson, Dr Alex Boraine who died in Cape Town on Wednesday morning at the age of 87.
The investigating officer in the Vlakfontein murder case has told the court that he found blood at the Khoza household when he was called to the crime scene in Lenasia.
The former Vice-Chairperson of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), Dr Alex Boraine, has passed away in Constantia, Cape Town, at the age of 87.
The National farmers union Agri-SA says on behalf of its members and farming communities at large it will approach the court if section 25 of the Constitution is amended.
The Right-To-Know Campaign is calling on the new NDPP, Shamila Batohi to revive the dropped cases against prominent people including politicians, who have allegedly violated the law.
Pupils at the centre of 2015 mass copying scandal are fighting for their matric results for all subjects to be released.
Two prominent Westbury leaders have been arrested following early morning protests in the Johannesburg township.
A new report has given insight into how vulnerable people living with disabilities can be prone to gender-based violence.
The MEC for Safety and Security in KwaZulu-Natal Mxolisi Kaunda says that the province is the highest number of murders in South Africa.
Sentencing procedures in the trial of former property mogul, Jason Rohde are on Wednesday set to resume in the High Court in Cape Town.
The Durban High Court is expected to rule on the case of a five year-old boy who suffers from sicle-cell anaemia.
A 44-year-old man has allegedly raped and infected his seven year-old niece with HIV.
The State Capture Inquiry will resume its hearings in January next year. The commission will no longer be hearing evidence for the rest of this year.