She allegedly tried to pay a hitman to kill him, but it appears Austin Coetzee is not bearing any grudges against his wife, Petina Coetzee.
Government is expected to go ahead with the withdrawal from the Rome Statute of the ICC once it had followed the correct route.
Port Elizabeth police have arrested two suspects after a 28-year-old man was gunned down and left for dead in the city's northern areas.
Companies in Mpumalanga have reached an agreement with Eskom that they will pay their electricity bill to the power supplier for the next two months.
The Gauteng High Court, Pretoria has ruled that only Parliament can decide whether South Africa should withdraw from the International Criminal Court.
A Modimolle home affairs official has been arrested for allegedly demanding R3 000 for returning a passport confiscated from a foreign national.
Twenty-one people in KZN suspected of submitting fake claims to the Department of Labour’s Unemployment Insurance Fund have been charged with fraud.
Mark Zinde, accused of killing his mother Hope Zinde, is expected to stand trial in June but his lawyer says he is not fit to stand trial.
City Power seeks independent legal advice on whether to suspend its managing director Sicelo Xulu at City of Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba’s behest.
Fikile Malembe, her daughter Luyanda, son Cherno and grandchild Mayihlome were found shot dead in their one-bedroom Madison Square flat.
Migrants in the capital city live in fear as their businesses are burnt and tuck shops looted, while an anti-foreigner march is planned for Friday.
Yeoville residents have warned that vigilante violence could erupt in the densely populated suburb over the influx of illegal churches in the area.
A police officer described to the Port Elizabeth High Court, how he watched the last moments of a young cop's life as he ...
Mbuso Mandela's maintenance case was postponed in the Johannesburg Family Court after he asked for a paternity test.
Mark Warona Zinde, accused of former SABC board member Hope Zinde's murder, will go trial at the High Court in Pretoria in June.