The DA is seeking answers from the Basic Education Department on why thousands of children with special needs have still not been placed in schools.
Members of the 1995 Rugby World Cup winning team will be among thousands who will be honouring Joost van der Westhuizen at his memorial service.
The media should be barred from revealing the names of child victims and offenders even after they had turned 18, children’ rights groups said.
Visible patrolling and installing boom gates at all entrances are just some of the measures to be implemented as security is tightened in Klapperkop.
A journalist and four lawyers are suing a former controversial personal injury lawyer Ronald Bobroff and his son Darren for nearly R24 million.
Pretoria resident Alta Botes quit her job to start the Warm Heart Feeding Projects 10 years ago, and is now serving meals to over 100 needy families.
South Africa is divided on a proposal to extend social grants to pregnant women and assist students if they fell pregnant while studying.
Tshwane's executive mayor Solly Msimanga has returned to work after a traffic incident during which he suffered burn wounds and smoke inhalation.
A 23-year-old woman who was at the tavern in Olievenhoutbosch where robbers went on the rampage leaving five dead said it all happened so fast.
Business was put on hold for a few hours at a Pretoria mall after a fire broke out at an electrical transformer.
A judge from the Gauteng High Court is being sued for R1.2 million for allegedly failing to act on an elderly woman's RAF claim nearly 28 years ago.
Community leader Yusuf Abramjee calls on Brooklyn residents to download an app that allows one to report crime as it happens.
If you’ve given away too much personal information to a fraudster, you’re not alone. But you need to mitigate the fallout, writes Georgina Crouth.
Fourteen-year-old Hjalmar Rall is registered at the University of Pretoria for a BSc in Physics and says he is not nervous at all.
A father has turned to the court in a bid to get his son, who confessed to not being an "angel", re-admitted to start matric at a Centurion school.