A businessman was branded a killer and had to be placed in a witness protection programme - all because of mistaken identity.
Universities in Pretoria have stepped up efforts to salvage what is left of the 2016 academic year after the #FeesMustFall protests.
A young mother has told a court of her anguish when her baby was snatched from her back while she was walking down a street in Brakpan.
New Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has vowed to wipe out backlogs, curtail trips abroad and boost staff morale.
Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga has exclusively told the Pretoria News about developments in the prepaid smart meter saga.
He claims he was invited by an acquaintance to a house to steal some things. But Thabiso Modiba ended up as a double murderer.
The stolen cables at the Rooiwal Waste Water Treatment Plant that left residents without water have been replaced - but it ...
A love triangle allegedly led to the horrific death of a Grade 12 pupil who was doused in petrol by a woman who saw her as a rival.
Minister Naledi Pandor told the University of Pretoria that the demand for free tertiary education was the most justifiable ...
Students marching to the Union Buildings say they do not have a memorandum to hand over, because they have written to President Zuma before.
Higher education role players and parliamentarians met in Pretoria to discuss plans to save the 2016 academic year.
Two senior Tshwane officials implicated in the misappropriation of an estimated R90 million to revamp the City Hall will face the music.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has launched a new departmental contact centre that will bring immediate resolutions to customers' queries.
The names of schools that "glorify apartheid" must fall as they contribute to racist incidents, say Cosas and Gauteng's Education MEC.
Cosas has threatened to occupy the office of Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi if he fails to take action against the Pretoria ...