Robert McBride is challenging the lawfulness of Police Minister Nathi Nhleko’s move to “unilaterally” suspend him
Doctor known for his controversial work on assisted suicides has started a neuroscientific study to back a law change supporting ...
We should be prepared to die in fight against racism: Kathrada
“We look forward to successful elections on August 3,” Zuma said at the signing of the IEC code of conduct by political parties
After two weeks of no classes, about 60 000 pupils in volatile Vuwani in Limpopo were on Monday made to wait yet again for their education to resume
Julius Malema was visiting the Taiwan informal settlement in Khayelitsha
Come August 31, Jansen will embark on furthering his education career as Fellow at the Centre for Advanced Studies in the ...
Message will show there's a fight of a state within a state
Radovan Krejcir’s most recent escape bid was to be a “full-on war”, starting with thugs storming his prison, a court had heard
One moment, Kellan Denny was playing on a 4m wall; the next, his distraught father was chasing after a leopard that had him in its jaws
The pressure is on the NPA to announce its next move after a row erupted in Parliament over whether President Zuma was a corruption accused
Orders to embark on a tactical operation prior to the shooting of Marikana miners came from the SAPS’s “national management”, the #Phiyega probe heard
Amid a slew of criticism and a social media storm, Matthew Theunissen insists he is not a racist
Former Cosatu boss said the gathering of workers in Tembisa on May Day marked the beginning of a “fighting, militant federation of workers
Evidence team secures two rulings in top cop probe