Unless Oscar Pistorius is called to scream in court, no one will know if he really screams like a woman, says an expert.
The DA’s campaign to take over Gauteng was dealt a major blow when one of its pioneering black members defected to the ANC.
A man was found dangling from a pole in Robertsham, Joburg south, after he attempted to steal electricity cables.
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An ex principal accused of sexual assault has been taken to hospital after he tried to commit suicide.
Childline director Lynne Cawood says the 17-year-old accused of raping a boy, 4, should be sent to a secure facility.
A special report by the JSCI paints a disturbing picture of the flouting of mandatory procurement procedures.
The overwhelming majority of Limpopo’s eligible first-time voters have not registered for next year’s elections, the IEC said.
The FF+ has slammed ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa for making "racist and polarising" remarks.
A matric pupil is in hot water after breaking into his school and leaving “pornographic material” of himself on a teacher’s desk.
When police received a tip-off about where R2.5m worth of stolen liquor could be found, they sprang into action.
To Bronwyn Grammar, Kirsty Theologo was the girl who couldn’t leave her best friend behind even if it killed her.
A temporary teacher may sue the Limpopo Education Department, as he hasn’t been paid for several months.
Five robbers kicked off their festive season early by making off with a trailer full of spirits worth R2.5 million.
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