The news that one of the men convicted of raping and killing her daughter in 1999 has been granted parole has opened up old wounds for Sylvia Farmer.
President Jacob Zuma suggested that there should be consequences for teachers and principals who continued to produce pathetic pass rates.
He had been happily washing his car and the next thing he was dead, said a neighbour of Joseph Monauna who died when he crashed a bicycle into a wall.
A man charged with being in possession of a suspected stolen vehicle belonging to his missing fiancée has been remanded in custody.
Zulu home-language speakers may soon use their mother tongue to apply for space at KwaZulu-Natal institutions of higher learning.
A professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal was one of 12 worldwide to receive a grant to further the fight against Aids.
Police have described the arrest of four people suspected to be behind a spate of hijackings as a breakthrough.
Seven years after the Athlone cooling towers were demolished, the City of Cape Town is still uncertain when the site will be developed.
The Social Justice Coalition has accused SAPS bosses of dragging their feet when it comes to protecting their members and the communities.
Inmates and warders at the Drakenstein Correctional Facility in Paarl have set a world record for the largest handmade blanket.
Despite horse racing still being an elitist sport, one local entrepreneur is not letting that stop him.
Mystery surrounds how a controversial sign barring Ford Kugas ended up at the main entrance of a complex.
With dam levels in the Western Cape dipping below 40 percent, the province may be left with no choice but to implement tighter water restrictions.
Some schools in Limpopo only started lessons on Monday due to a protest where two schools and a post office were set alight.
A man accused of stabbing a Lenasia principal pleaded with the magistrate to grant him bail because prison conditions were detrimental to his health.