Dino Metaxas was driving on the M1 heading to the Mall of Africa when he noticed smoke coming out from the back of his car.
The use of private debt collection agencies has raised fears that this will place further financial burden on the majority ...
Photographer Cindy Waxa hunched down and followed illegal miners into the belly of the beast to see why these men risk their lives every day.
Thousands of matriculants face rejection by top universities amid escalating demand for places in undergraduate study.
Factionalism appears to have become the most thorny issue which is ravaging the soul of the ruling party as it gears up to its elective conference.
An official tasked with setting up a new Limpopo municipality amalgamating the Malumulele, Vuwani and Hlangani municipalities has been fired.
Wayne Westner was at times a troubled man and his search for harmony in the relationship obviously wasn’t working.
One of the centres where the majority of the Life Esidimeni psychiatric patients appears to be experiencing financial and capacity problems.
President Zuma is expected to tell ANC members and supporters that the 1913 cut-off date for land claims was unrealistic and needs to be revised.
Many local celebs trended through hashtags such as #relationshipgoals, #Baecation and #loveliveshere. But many also broke up ...
Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke’s loss to the law has been cushioned by the emergence of a whole new cadre of black jurists.
ANC NEC member Joel Netshitenzhe gave a brutal and honest assessment of the crisis facing the governing party at the MK council in Joburg
With threats of arrest and the economy in decline, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has had one of the most turbulent years in his career.
Instead of the usual festive road safety “doom and gloom”, the Road Accident Fund is encouraging the public to share “life stories” on social media.
The Guptas and claims of a shebeen in the exclusive neighbourhood have drawn unwelcome attention to the historical suburb.