Police have defended a video of a Mitchells Plain police officer manhandling a woman inside a police station which has gone viral on social media.
Gender experts take issue with Lumka Oliphant's labelling detractors of Minister Bathabile Dlamini the children of “the whore of the town”.
Three of the four children killed in a horror taxi crash on the way to school last week are expected to be buried on Saturday at a joint funeral.
A 49-year-old disabled Cape Town man was cut in three after being hit by a train.
Former public protector Thuli Madonsela has again called for a commission of inquiry into her State of Capture report.
Hospersa said it wants government to pay for the treatment of ambulance staff who have survived attacks on them while responding to calls.
Despite the threat of "self-referencing" and fake news, there was still an important space for the established media.
UBS Group Chairman Axel Weber said executives and policy makers gathering this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos are too gloomy.
Top cop Lieutenant General Khomotso Phahlane said that circulating the video which shows a cop accidentally shooting a colleague was "insensitive".
A security guard who was shot in the face after breaking up a fight in Durban managed to drive himself to a nearby hospital.
The mother of taxi driver involved in a crash that killed four pupils on their way to school is finding it difficult to face the victims’ families.
The Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation says Jeff Radebe has been appointed to a World Economic Forum (WEF) board.
A Port Elizabeth pair accused of being part of a syndicate that distributed images of child porn appeared in the city’s magistrate’s court.
Parties have begun looking for individuals with broader skills before submitting the nominations to serve on the interim board of the SABC.
Operations at the Bonnytoun Secure Care Centre have returned to normal, but three boys remain unaccounted for.