The ANC called on the police to arrest those who promote violence in the wake of a march against illegal immigrants by a group of Pretoria residents.
The SAPS had their hands full trying to maintain peace, safety and stability during the anti-immigrant march in Pretoria.
Business owners are under threat as an anti-immigrant march takes its toll on the Pretoria CBD, where streets have been barricaded and shops looted.
Protesters in Pretoria regrouped minutes after police fired rubber bullets as tension rose around an anti-immigrant march in the capital city.
There has been international outrage over a brutal assault during the poaching of two calves at a rhino orphanage.
Julius Malema has made a brief appearance in a KZN court for inciting violence after he urged people to invade unoccupied land.
Police have fired stun grenades, rubber bullets and tear gas at anti-migrant protesters outside Home Affairs offices in Pretoria.
All stores in Pretoria's CBD have been closed in anticipation of violence erupting during the planned march against illegal immigrants.
Looting of foreign-owned shops overnight in Atteridgeville has seen seven people arrested so far, police said.
The ConCourt has heard an application for leave to appeal against a sentence of life imprisonment given to convicted rapist Brendan Ndlovu.
Police have arrested 42 suspects since the recent spate of xenophobic attacks in Tshwane, Gauteng Police Commissioner Lieutenant General said.
A Ghanaian woman approached the Gauteng High Court to fight the deportation of her 3-year-old child, where she says, the child will be left destitute.
Anti-immigrant protesters are burning tyres and stoning cars in Atteridgeville, west of Pretoria, ahead of today's march.
A warrant of arrest has been issued for one of four men accused of money laundering and fraud relating to illegal abalone activities.
The police watchdog has recommended that some of the police officers involved in the shooting death of Nando's staffer Pumeza ...