The families of over 94 deceased psychiatric patients transferred from Life Esidimeni have asked for privacy as they embark on a healing session.
Recipes that elevate the humble salad to a show-stopping main course
President Jacob Zuma launched the revamped Marabastad Refugee Centre on Friday morning, renamed after Desmond Tutu.
Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga said the that city had established an inner-city depot to ensure the rejuvenation and revitalisation of the CBD.
The country has emerged as a primary target in the White House’s global offensive against Western liberal culture, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
Old wounds will be opened if Dirk Prinsloo, who is serving a sentence in Belarus, is released from prison and returns home to face the music.
A pregnant Pretoria of University student, who was allegedly attacked on campus by private security guards, has opened a case of common assault.
Pretoria police say they are aware of nyope being sold and used in full view of the police station, but they are usually unable to effect an arrest.
The University of Pretoria and the Tshwane University of Technology are experiencing unrest yet again, just over a month into the 2017 academic year.
No money should be exchanged for surrogacy other than the payment of costs incurred directly related to the baby's birth, Judge Ronel Tolmay said.
Dispute between Uber and metered taxi operators was ironed out in a meeting with transport MEC in 2015.
Another mentally ill patient, who was part of the ill fated transfer which claimed the lives of over 100 patients, has died at an NGO in Cullinan.
A massive march against foreign presence in Pretoria is set to take place next week, despite calls to accept foreigners fairly and treat them fairly.
Today, there is no one with comparable moral authority who speaks to real, tangible local and global dilemmas like he does, says Azad Essa.
Academic activities at the Tshwane University of Technology's Pretoria West campus have been suspended after tyres were being burnt at the gate.