Three people have died following a collision between two vehicles on the R80 (Mabopane Highway), north of Pretoria, paramedics said.
A national minimum wage and youth unemployment is not an issue that politicians should bicker about, argues Nicola Mawson.
SABC contributing editor Vuyo Mvoko was told that he could have his position back if he retracted everything he had written ...
One of the suspects arrested in connection with the break-in at the SA Navy Armament Depot in Simon’s Town is the son of a former employee.
On the eve of the reburial of MK guerrilla, Norman “Billy Holiday” Pietersen, some of his former comrades are hoping to reopen his murder case.
The Constitutional Court has effectively put a stop to any new land claims and has also put about 75 000 to 80 000 claims on ice.
The ANC has confirmed that its Western Cape leader Marius Fransman has abandoned his court case against the party.
Letshego Zulu’s hands rested gently on the South African flag-draped coffin carrying her husband throughout the service.
Fears that pumps could cause dry caused a social media frenzy, although many stations appeared unaffected.
“My father was the first man to perform a heart transplant surgery in the world.” These were the words of Thembinkosi Naki, son of Hamilton Naki.
Kenny Kunene sparked a social media frenzy after posting a picture of himself posing with a painting of nude DA leaders.
A picture of a baby allegedly left in a car while her mother went shopping for more than an hour has caused an uproar on social media.
Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic presidential nomination with a vow to make America a country that works for everyone.
Zimbabwean social-media activist Evan Mawarire urges his compatriots to change Harare’s future.
British Prime Minister Theresa May calls for open minds as the UK ponders future ties with the European Union.