Legal battles are mounting for Supra Mahumapelo after yet another failed bid to recover over R30m in government funds from Wandile Bozwana’s lawyers.
The police are about to arrest a suspect who was one of the people who were present in the house when Senzo Meyiwa was killed.
It has emerged that Deputy Minister Thabang Makwetla has apparently been living large on his entertainment allowance.
SA will commence the exhumation of 83 men who were hanged for politically-related offences during the apartheid era.
Early indications are this could be a good Easter weekend on the roads, with KZN having had zero fatalities by on Saturday.
Sadtu has threatened to take legal action against Minister Angie Motshekga to gain access to the final report on the “jobs for cash” scandal.
Afro-jazz great Thandiswa Mazwai gives the Sunday Independent a rare glimpse into her stellar career and innermost thoughts.
The Sharpeville massacre is the story of Lazarus “Buda” Mofokeng and Solomon Twala’s lives, writes Don Makatile.
The Young Communist League of South Africa mounted a withering attack on the ANCYL following its call on President Zuma to ...
The reconstruction of the crime scene where Senzo Meyiwa was killed seems to have been a brilliant idea because a source ...
President Jacob Zuma is set to reshuffle his cabinet in the face of stiff opposition inside the ruling party and its alliance.
From the young maidens to the female sinew of all ages and different persuasions, the women who keep hope alive at this place are a dime a dozen.
Today is exactly 36 days since a container used as a makeshift office by three mineworkers was swallowed by a massive sinkhole at the Lily Mine.
“I know my God. He has told me the children will be found alive. I don’t care how many days it will take. They will come out alive.”
A new gambling tax levy for casinos operating in Gauteng is on the cards in a bid to increase its provincial revenue collection base.