The family of missing Soshanguve teacher Philile Gumede have been living in anguish since she disappeared in April.
Social media was quick to react to the Constitutional Court ruling that the Speaker of Parliament has the power to call for a secret ballot.
A 52-year-old policeman together with five other suspects were arrested at a farm in Wolmaransstad for alleged conspiracy to commit house robbery.
As tensions flare in Mahube Valley, Tshwane MMC for Human Settlement Mandla Nkomo has moved to charge people illegally selling land in Mamelodi.
The infant at the heart of the case was reported kidnapped by her mother after a “hijacking” in Greyville in early March.
The ConCourt has National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete to decided whether to conduct a no confidence vote in President Zuma by secret ballot.
Former NPA prosecutor and DA MP Glynnis Breytenbach and her co-accused Gerhard Wagenaar left court in a jovial mood after ...
The Sutherland Regional Court sentenced a 31-year-old woman to 12 years imprisonment for fatally stabbing her nephew during an argument.
The situation is tense in Mahube Valley, east of Pretoria, after residents took to the streets demanding an end to illegal ...
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the National Assembly Speaker has the power to prescribe voting procedure in a motion of no confidence.
An Athlone man and his six-year-old granddaughter are in ICU after they were mauled by a neighbour’s pit bull and a rottweiler.
Police are investigating the murder of a 37-year-old alleged gang leader from Lavender Hill who was shot and killed after dropping off his girlfriend.
Fourteen-year-old alleged Americans gang member Lushane Goliath was standing with friends when he was gunned down in Kensington.
The eThekwini municipality is named as the worst transgressor for awarding tenders to 377 suppliers with fraudulent declarations.
The decomposed body of wheelchair-bound double amputee Rachel Sindane, who was reported missing last month, has been found near her home.
Winnie Mandela informal settlement residents in Tembisa feel provoked by the City of Ekurhuleni, accusing it of constantly “picking on them”.