Louis van der Westhuizen made headlines as Durban’s tiniest baby in 1957, now he is celebrating his 60th birthday.
Facing a R1 million lawsuit, ANC supporter Thami Mthimkhulu has dared Gauteng government official Kay Sexwale to “bring it on” if she insists he lied.
Surgeons at Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital are on a “go-slow”, creating a backlog in surgeries because the air-conditioning ...
Suspended national police commissioner Riah Phiyega looks set to strike back at her detractors with a vengeance.
'Mr Fixit' Jeff Radebe adds to the ever-increasing number of candidates eyeing the ANC throne.
Durban’s chance of hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games is ebbing away as the Commonwealth Games Federation has still not given the final thumbs up.
Members of the Nazareth community near Pinetown are concerned about what they claim is the illegal sale of land that belongs to the community trust.
Following a spike in hijackings, house robberies and a recent murder, Metro Police have increased visibility and installed CCTV cameras in Westville.
The DA has threatened to take the ad hoc committee probing the SABC's affairs to court for excluding the recommendations in the draft report.
Fikile Mbalula encourages Capetonians to occupy the streets of the Mother City during the opening of Parliament to show support for President Zuma.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says the solution to the poultry industry crisis in SA is to increase competitiveness.
The death of award-winning gospel singer Lundi Tyhamara has shocked his siblings.
Unemployed doctors say Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi's statements made it seem “like there wasn’t a need for their services in the public sector”.
The Department of Trade and Industry convened a meeting with various stakeholders this week to pluck the poultry industry out of its present crisis.
When news of the murder of six people at the hands of an armed gang spread through the Georgedale community hardly anyone grieved