Hundreds of UP students marched silently around their closed campus, seeking divine intervention to racial tensions rocking the institution.
Metrorail, a division of the Prasa, has issued a stern warning against the burning of trains, saying services would be suspended ...
It’s illegal to not pay your e-toll account and those who refuse to pay should receive court summons in the next two weeks.
A man who claimed there was a plot to assassinate President Zuma has been sent for psychiatric assessment.
Sasco has vowed to ensure that all higher education institutions are transformed, whether AfriForum likes it or not.
Police and Ekangala residents were locked in a tense stand-off triggered by the alleged assault of the councillor.
Clashes erupted between #AfrikaansMustFall protesters and Afrikaner students at the University of Pretoria yesterday.
A Limpopo man is claiming R5.3m from the NPA after spending over a year in a cell for robbery before he was acquitted.
The next phase of the A Re Yeng bus rapid transit has hit massive delays, largely due to exorbitant financial quotations by bidding contractors.
Health authorities in Gauteng are set on establishing why maternity staff at Steve Biko Academic Hospital are quitting.
The National SPCA will not reveal details of people who report incidents of cruelty to animals - and have the full backing of SA’s courts.
A murder accused cop told a court that he was harassed and tortured by police officials who tried to force him into making a confession.
A Waterkloof home has opened its doors for water donations for Free State communities that have been hit by drought.
The City of Tshwane said it has spent R3m - R7m more than it budgeted for the refurbishment of the mayoral offices.
A group of irate Hammanskraal residents took to the streets, angry that people had illegally occupied land earmarked for RDP housing.