Meisie Molefe's boyfriend has confessed to killing the woman who he reported missing last October, burning her body and burying it in his backyard.
Two men alleged to have been behind the killing of a policeman and his family have been charged for murder and housebreaking.
Schools forcing parents to buy uniforms at specific suppliers without a competitive bidding process are due for a rude awakening.
Parliament has entered the fray on the spat between the ANC and DA over travels by Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga to Taiwan and Mmusi Maimane to Israel.
Minister Malusi Gigaba said that any agreement to let one of SA's richest families have a VIP port of entry into the country would be "irrational".
Ipid is raiding acting national police commissioner Lieutenant-General Khomotso Phahlane's home in the exclusive Sable Hills Waterfront Estate.
Syndicates hiring high-powered assault rifles is believed to be behind a spate of violent armed robberies in Pretoria.
Centurion teen Keleabetse Seleka was killed, allegedly by a man she met on Facebook who was supposed to be her ticket to greatness - her "blesser".
According to a report, the Gauteng Education Department failed to build as many schools as it should have, resulting in overcrowding.
Lawyers for the man accused of murdering Anika Smit in 2010 are preparing to start his formal bail application.
TVET colleges across the country will shut down from Thursday owing to protracted unresolved issues with the Higher Education Department.
Mmusi Maimane's trip to Israel has upset the ruling party, according to a report in this newspaper (13 Jan).
Claims made by City of Tshwane general workers that the DA administration planned to fire them were untrue, say the City.
Grade 4 student Naledi Modiba from Atteridgeville has been awarded Junior News Anchor of the Year.
Prophet Theo Bongani Maseko said that he makes his congregants drink a vehicle engine cleaning fluid “to demonstrate the power of God”.