A KZN schoolgirl who was raped and robbed on her way to a matric exam yesterday morning reported the crime then continued to school to write her exam.
Two friends who were detained at Westville Prison have been paid out almost R1 million for their exposure to “the horrors of prison”.
As he delivers his mini-budget, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says SA's economy is now only likely to grow at 0.5 percent this year.
Gross irregularities which resulted in a “failure of justice” have seen appeal judges set aside Nick Longano's conviction ...
KZN Department of Transport officials have been urged to spend less time on social media and get on with their jobs.
There was high drama in the Durban City Hall when former military combatants of Apla stormed an exco meeting demanding employment.
As Grade 12 pupils sit for their first major exam, teachers’ unions have cautioned pupils not to be tempted to cheat.
A court bid by a Durban mother to relocate to Zimbabwe and take her young son with her has sparked a legal dispute among KZN judges.
For the past three months, four KZN matric pupils have been living in the school’s storeroom as they prepare for their exams.
Policemen with over 10 years of service believe that most people lie when questioned and would steal if they knew they would ...
Child rights activists believe the minimum age of criminal capacity of children in SA, which is 10 years old, is far too low.
The number of progressed pupils in matric has increased to 104 136, prompting fears that this will drag down the matric pass rate.
SA is contributing significantly to the manual on how to make it easy and painless for dictators, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.
Teachers' unions are claiming a major victory after the Department of Basic Education agreed to demands to write the “objectionable” ...
Followers of Mduduzi Shembe say that a court ruling will not affect their spiritual belief that he is the leader of the Nazareth Baptist Church.