The SAHRC said it had communicated its concern over escalating violence directed at foreign nationals and destruction of their property in Gauteng.
A JMPD officer was injured after two officers exchanged gunfire with suspects who were found with cellphones valued at R60 million, metro police said.
Western Cape transport department is taking action against an official after uncovering registration scam.
A Durban man was chatting to his father over the phone when he heard his dad’s screams as he was being fatally stabbed - allegedly by the gardener.
Three Cape Town men were arrested near Voortrekker Road for the illegal possession of abalone worth about R2.5 million, police said.
A police officer charged with killing his girlfriend after shooting her with his service pistol in 2014 will know his fate today.
New police stations and new vehicles should be the priority of the SAPS but foreign expertise to fight crime is a no-no for now, Popcru says.
Hopes are high in the Midlands that an initiative to revive a heritage steam train line at Hilton could help counter crime.
Two Pretoria men, who are awaiting sentencing for fatally assaulting a man in an apparent racial incident, have offered his widow R3000 a month.
South Africa’s withdrawal from the ICC was still on the cards, but the cabinet will first consult Parliament, Justice Minister Michael Masutha said.
The suspect accused of the Sakhumzi Restaurant murder appeared briefly in the Orlando Magistrate’s Court but the case has been postponed.
The African Diaspora Forum in SA says it has received hundreds of calls from foreigners concerned about their safety if the march goes ahead.
A 36-year-old man was shot dead when he entered a Hillbrow store only to find a robbery in progress.
The Durban University of Technology has suspended its academic programme on two of its Pietermaritzburg campuses, after student unrest.
Several officials and organisations have come out against the anti-foreigner sentiments that have gripped Gauteng.