The funeral of a woman who died of a suspected heart attack had to be delayed for a week as her family and her husband haggled over her body.
About R76 million seized from two alleged international bulk-cash smugglers has been forfeited to the State.
Eersterus residents say they would be better served by the area's police station and clinic if the staff spoke Afrikaans.
A Pretoria West woman was found dead in a pool of blood after an argument with her husband.
Political parties have until midnight tonight to woo voters to make up their minds where to put their cross in the elections.
A former prosecutor has been cleared of charges that he stole money paid as admission of guilt for traffic offences.
Unity is a key factor in maintaining peace and order in the taxi industry in Pretoria, a transport summit has heard.
A team of Pretoria News reporters has been out and about talking to residents about their election dreams.
The wife of Usman Saeed, who was abducted, shot in the head and dumped along a road near Cullinan, burst into tears of relief ...
More students have come forward, accusing the IT Training Corporation technology school of defrauding them after it shut its doors without warning.
Politicians were “unsurprisingly” more enthusiastic about politics and the elections than the voters, a survey has revealed.
The rape case against an ANC official has been at a standstill since charges were laid - and now the victim says she is living in fear.
Veteran SABC news anchor and contributing editor Vuyo Mvoko was not mentioned in the SABC statement reinstating seven axed journalists.
A lone Tshwane ANC councillor took on the ruling party in court - and won.
The Black First Land First members who were held after they stormed the public protector’s office and allegedly held staff hostage were granted bail.