Universities caught up in protests could face legal action from students for failing to provide them with a safe environment in which to study.
A judge has awarded R2.8 million to a Free State man held in jail for seven months “for no reason” and under appalling conditions.
Former Tshwane mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa has accused his successor Solly Msimanga of lying, maladministration, fraud and corruption.
A divorce summons issued in Sepedi may be the first for the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, but it definitely won’t be the last, says a lawyer.
ANC councillors had a predetermined intention to disrupt a sitting of the City of Tshwane council, say both the DA and EFF.
Bogus royal families have gone behind the back of paramount chief of the Amandebele-a-Moletlane tribe, Chief Lleka Kekana, ...
Struggle hero Solomon Mahlangu’s family members are embroiled in a tug-of-war after the City of Tshwane replaced his tombstone.
At least four people claim to have been conned by an estate agent when trying to buy homes through Serage Properties in Centurion.
A woman’s claim against her male life partner’s estate has highlighted the unequal protection afforded in law between same-sex ...
What started as a complaint about political office bearers culminated with bottles and chairs flying across the Sammy Marks council chamber.
An NGO allegedly entered into a fraudulent contract with a government official to take care of 73 mental patients, some of whom have since died.
The case of the man who is accused of the murder of Pretoria teenager Anika Smit has been postponed to allow him to undergo psychiatric evaluation.
Workers are still trying to separate the coaches of a Metrorail train that derailed north of Pretoria this morning.
Thokozani Ngubani has three qualifications and is on the path to a great future - but he is also dead, Home Affairs say.
A high court judge, at first irate that a barking Chihuahua was on to the court roll, has given the companion animal and its owner a lifeline.