A 53-year-old domestic worker was beaten with a golf club by her employer's son, but no-one from the family has checked up on her.
Deputy Minister of Justice, John Jeffery said a new bill will ensure that no one found guilty at the traditional courts will be sjambokked.
The stand-off between Police Minister Nathi Nhleko and Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding a disciplinary hearing against Robert ...
The historic Church Square is set for a revamp, promising a rejuvenation of the Pretoria city centre and is scheduled to take up to nine months.
Statistician-General Dr Pali Lehohla says free higher education in South Africa is possible, depending on where the money comes from.
The lack of educational attainment was the largest factor contributing to poverty among the youth, according to Statistician General Dr Pali Lehohla.
Shoppers at a Hammanskraal mall had to be evacuated after heavy rains and flooding.
The tradition of breaking-in newbies at high school has held for decades, but in recent days the debate has been on the outdatedness of the practice.
A multimillion-rand bursary scheme to uncover cricket talent in Pretoria's previously disadvantaged areas was unveiled at SuperSport Park.
EFF councillors and management at a Pretoria nursing academy remained at loggerheads after a week of protests over fraudulent qualifications.
The unemployment rate among graduates of the TVET system could be attributed to unequal treatment they received from the government and society.
Meisie Molefe's boyfriend confessed to police that he hit her with a steel object, dragged her to the backyard, burnt and tossed her in a hole.
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.