Hamas sees surge in popularity
Killers ‘don’t deserve mercy’
Two held over damaged bus
Pretoria Telkom store robbed
Man held for cop’s hijack, murder
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A Pretoria businessman's killers could not ask mercy from the court when they had shown no mercy to their victim, the State has argued.
A Telkom store at Kolonade Mall in Montana, Pretoria, was robbed of electronic goods worth over R200 000.
A man has been arrested for allegedly hijacking and killing a police officer in Meadowlands, Soweto.
An investigation into the conduct of two students who were photographed in domestic worker outfits and smeared with black paint is still ongoing, the University of Pretoria said.
A 19-year-old youth told the court how he and two school friends used dagga before bludgeoning and strangling a 56-year-old man to death on his farm near Brits.
A 51-year-old man was arrested in the Mooiplaas informal settlement near Centurion, for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend to death.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited will not make representations to the advisory panel on e-tolls and their socio-economic impact.
A 24-year-old Thabong woman was found lying in a pool of blood after she was raped and viciously stabbed.
Power supply will not be restored to Edenvale, on the East Rand, until Wednesday evening, Eskom said.
Police were monitoring the situation following a housing protest at Rabie Ridge in Tembisa on the east Rand, where rubber bullets were fired.
A nurse was assaulted at Johannesburg's Helen Joseph Hospital, the Gauteng health department said.
The Auditor General will audit the Westonaria local municipality, west of Johannesburg, which is responsible for areas such as Bekkersdal.
It’s been six months since Soweto principal Lebo Mashuga was charged for alleged misconduct and the misuse of funds.
A high-level probe is underway into allegations that a senior colonel at a SAPS Training College sexually harassed a student.
An employee at Johannesburg’s Helen Joseph Hospital has been hospitalised after allegedly being raped.
Armed robbers who stormed into a church and started demanding phones and money, got the beating of their lives.
The City of Joburg stands accused of wasting thousands of rand of ratepayers’ money in the Zoo Lake Bowling Club case.
Far too few Public Order Policing Unit members were trained to handle the increasingly violent protests, Sapu said.
A father and his two sons were arrested in Lenasia after a man died in the boot of their car, Soweto police said.
Thirty-nine people were arrested in Soweto on Monday night, Gauteng police said.
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