The foreign currency worth about R30 million belonging to Brinks Finance Solutions was taken, while it was in transit from Spartan near O.R Tambo airport to Selby.
Section 27's Education Attorney Sheniece Linderboom says the family of the late Michael Komape are very disappointed with Monday's court judgement.
Gauteng police have launched a manhunt following a cash in-transit robbery on Monday afternoon.
Police in North West have continued to monitor Taung and Vryburg overnight following violent protests that erupted there on Sunday night.
Ten schools in Marite, Bushbuckridge were shut as residents protested against the Bushbuckridge municipality.
A countrywide "war on queues" at Home Affairs offices has been declared and it seems the battle on the ground began in earnest.
A PE man that flung his toddler from the roof of his informal dwelling has been released from custody.
Protesting residents of Keiskammahoek in the Eastern Cape clashed with police Monday morning.
The Randburg Magistrate's Court has heard how Investec Chairperson Fani Titi feared for his life after his long-time friend Peter Paul Ngwenya referred to him using the K-word.
A Northern Cape farmer who allegedly drove over Shimmy Mosienyame with his bakkie on his farm on Friday, has handed himself to police.
Schooling and most activities have been suspended for a third day in Itsoseng near Mahikeng in the North West.
The Polokwane High Court has dismissed a R3 million constitutional and grief claim by the family of deceased pupil Michael Komape.
A team of investigators have been appointed to investigate violence that occurred at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday.
Former US president Barack Obama will deliver the Nelson Mandela Centenary Lecture on July 18 at the Ellis Park stadium in Johannesburg.
The High Court in Polokwane has dismissed a three-million-rand claim by the family of deceased learner Michael Komape.
The 38 year-old Port Elizabeth father who faces a charge of child abuse has been released on a warning and his case postponed to the 29th of May.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation launch of 2018 Mandela Day takes place on Monday.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has arrived at the Mahikeng Provincial hospital in North West, where he has come to assess the state of public health in the province.
Civic organisation South African National Civic Organisation in North West has blamed the province's MEC for Agriculture for the reported delivery of a herd of cattle, meant for emerging farmers, to former president Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead.
The Polokwane High Court in Limpopo will on Monday hand down judgment in the compensation court case around six-year-old learner Michael Komape, who drowned after falling into a school pit latrine.
Political parties in Parliament's Communications Portfolio Committee are unanimous in their support for the removal of ICASA Chairperson Rubben Mohlaloga.
A 38-year-old man that flung his toddler from the roof of his shack in the Joe Slovo settlement in Port Elizabeth is expected to appear in the New Brighton Magistrate's Court on Monday.
The 23 suspects arrested for malicious damage to property and public violence during the protests in Mahikeng, are expected to appear in the local magistrate's court today (Monday).
There has been an uneasy calm in the North West province this weekend following three days of violent protests that started on Wednesday in the capital, Mahikeng.
The Western Cape Local Government Department is investigating allegations that water from the Boland meant for drought-stricken West Coast municipalities, is being stolen.
The community and family of a 35-year-old Hartswater man who has been hospitalised after a local farmer allegedly drove over him says they are disappointed that the farmer has not yet been arrested.
The community of Cosmo City and surrounding areas will soon receive 20 new mobile classrooms to alleviate overcrowding.
Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, says the department is finalizing action plans to deal with problem areas they've identified at Home Affairs offices.
Western Cape Environmental Affairs MEC Anton Bredell says his department will investigate claims that some people are stealing water released from the Bergriver Dam in the Boland on Wednesday.
Two suspects will appear at the Durban Magistrate's Court on Monday for public violence and destruction of property.