The deputy president says Youth League accusations that he was trying to collapse SAA so that a company linked to him could benefit are a fabrication.
Sassa formally entered into contract talks with Cash Paymaster Services, even though Treasury has signalled it could not sanction the 11th hour deal.
Two young boys have become the latest casualties of bloody gang wars on the Cape Flats, leaving one of them paralysed.
Joburg's "trolley men" make money from other people's garbage, but although their lives are hard, they would rather do this than turn to crime.
After the Proteas capitulated fairly meekly to the Black Caps, there appear to be more questions than answers at the moment, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
Dramatic end to police chase as escapee performs a jump that would make a World Rally driver jealous.
Versha Kandasamy's sister has welcomed the sentence handed to her brother-in-law for the murder who killed his wife and teenaged children with maces.
A 40-year-old teacher from a school in Bushbuckridge has been suspended for allegedly falling in love with a 15-year-old pupil.
Relax, says the AA, speed limits haven't changed and trucks can’t be pulled off the road during peak periods.
British American Tobacco may close SA’s only cigarette plant if plans to ban branded tobacco packaging are implemented - putting 1 100 jobs at risk.