Gordon Patterson, who has died in a botched robbery, is being mourned by staff of Independent Media who own the Pretoria News.
While a name like the His Lordship to Save and Lead Party certainly catches attention, its not exactly easy to identify what ...
Commuters on the T1 Rea Vaya route have seen the view out the bus window change drastically as the local elections near.
Trade union Solidarity is confident that four of its members dismissed by the SABC will return to work as soon as next week.
A groundbreaking study has revealed that there are only between 353 and 522 individual great white sharks left in South African seas.
Beware this sweet and helpful trickster, says the anguished daughter of a 78-year-old man who was swindled out of his life savings.
Steve Brent, the Sandton motorcyclist who died after being struck by fleeing robbers, was an organ donor.
A newly opened bakery in Pimville, Zone 3 is the first bakery in Soweto to sell mango bread, the loaf made from mango flour.
One of Madiba's greatest comrades Laloo 'Isu" Chiba tells Janet Smith about the torture he endured at the hands of police ...
Outa has accused the Sanral of being "disingenuous" with regard to its commitment to a test case for Gauteng's e-toll defaulters.
The annual National Arts Festival in Grahamstown winds down after days of mad activity.
The overdue end of the Mugabe era is the message spewing out of Harare after 10 days of social unrest.
A KZN woman faces human trafficking charges for trying to sell three albino children to a traditional healer for more than R100 000.
A Pretoria lawyer and a pilot, who are allegedly part of a poaching syndicate, are hoping that the overturning of SA’s moratorium ...
Media activists say the cabinet’s response to the crisis at the SABC is out of touch with reality and showed how divided the ANC is.