Police have fired stun grenades, rubber bullets and tear gas at anti-migrant protesters outside Home Affairs offices in Pretoria.
All stores in Pretoria's CBD have been closed in anticipation of violence erupting during the planned march against illegal immigrants.
A Ghanaian woman approached the Gauteng High Court to fight the deportation of her 3-year-old child, where she says, the child will be left destitute.
Anti-immigrant protesters are burning tyres and stoning cars in Atteridgeville, west of Pretoria, ahead of today's march.
Solly Msimanga's budget adjustment were unanimously approved by a special council sitting - the first time the DA has had a say in Tshwane's finances.
New police stations and new vehicles should be the priority of the SAPS but foreign expertise to fight crime is a no-no for now, Popcru says.
Two Pretoria men, who are awaiting sentencing for fatally assaulting a man in an apparent racial incident, have offered his widow R3000 a month.
South Africa’s withdrawal from the ICC was still on the cards, but the cabinet will first consult Parliament, Justice Minister Michael Masutha said.