A striking pile of wreaths around a fountain greeted visitors with condolence messages for WHPS pupil Tshepang Letebele, ...
A boy was wounded by a stray bullet and two suspected robbers are dead after three shootouts and a robbery attempt at shopping centres across Gauteng.
Ex-deputy registrar Rosemary Huner takes on the Financial Services Board after the closure of thousands of dormant retirement funds
The construction dust is about to settle at Tshwane House, the R2 billion new headquarters of the city administration located ...
Emboldened by a forensic probe clearing him of fraud and corruption, top cop Khomotso Phahlane is now gunning for his detractors.
Same-sex permanent partners will continue to enjoy intestate succession rights until such time the legislator has spoken the last word on the subject.
Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has laid down the law for school governing body members who wanted to make policies that were racist in nature.
Shoppers have a good reason to feel safe at malls throughout Gauteng during the festive season as more metro police and SAPS members will be deployed.
South Africans have paid bribes to get a job, a driving licence, make a murder charge go away or even adopt a child, a survey has found.
Trevor Buckland is waiting to proceed with his R12 million court case against the City of Tshwane, which allegedly cancelled his tender unlawfully.
The Constitutional Court says a genetic link must be part of a surrogate pregnancy agreement.
Claims by two murderers that they were part of the Springbok and Blue Bulls teams years ago could persuade a judge that they ...
The trial of the 42-year-old father who confessed to having repeatedly raped his daughter will start in the Ga-Rankuwa Magistrate's Court on Thursday.
Six years after her death, Anika Smit's family are no closer to knowing who raped, murdered and mutilated the Pretoria teen.
ANC leaders met the party's veterans for the second time this week to try to address issues raised by its long-time stalwarts.