Christinah Mabena has had constant headaches and severe body pains after her employer's son hit her with a golf club so hard that she ended up in ICU.
The Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Bill could end up in the Constitutional Court after the Black Business Council ...
Former SABC board chairperson Ben Ngubane has come out guns blazing against those who accused him of wrongdoing at the corporation.
In only 24 hours, 136 people have been arrested in connection with the looting and violence which took place in Atteridgeville, ...
According to the railway safety regulator's findings, a faulty track is to blame for the derailment of the Gautrain in Pretoria last week.
The SAPS had their hands full trying to maintain peace, safety and stability during the anti-immigrant march in Pretoria.
Young people have admitted that alcohol advertisements entice them to drink, providing a further impetus for a proposed ban on alcohol advertising.
A motorist was rescued, but is in critical condition, after he tried to beat the train at a Pretoria North crossing.
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.
University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Sciences used Lego to illustrate the impact that this year’s Budget will have on South Africans.
The appointment of Brian Molefe as an ANC MP has sparked a row in Parliament, with opposition members objecting to his presence.
Mamelodi Concerned Residents, the organisers of today's march against foreigners, says people from across SA have shown support for the march.