Hawks smash national crime syndicate specialising in the illegal sale of learners’ and driving licences.
A matric pupil from St Stithians Boys' College has died after allegedly drinking alcohol with friends as they celebrated their last day of school.
Stand-off between minibus taxi drivers and metro police that lasted the entire day on Tuesday ends with their complaints resolved.
Illegal power connections are costing the City of Ekurhuleni R800 million a year in unaccounted-for electricity.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has come under fire after the DA revealed that the province has spent almost twice as much ...
Musical chairs of lawyers for murder accused Patrick Wisani continued after he admitted to the court that he had run out of money to pay his lawyers.
The government has spent almost R1 billion in legal fees in the past year defending a number of lawsuits against it, a report revealed.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s second day in office is set to be spent in court defending the much-anticipated state capture report.
The alleged abduction of a Wits student who was abandoned in Limpopo has raised fears of apartheid-era tactics.
The Hawks in Gauteng have seized two communication-intercepting machines that were allegedly used by to hijack trucks carrying goods worth millions.
“We call on all those who love our country to stand together and echo this plea for Jacob Zuma to resign,” DA leader Mmusi Maimane has said.
Former ANC Youth League leader Patrick Wisani appeared cocky as his trial for allegedly beating his girlfriend to death got under way.
An all-out war has erupted between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Guptas. But what does this mean for President Zuma?
ANC stalwart Mmule Mpakanyane’s neighbours are shocked and terrified after she was found raped and strangled in her Wattville home.
Among the dire threats of water rationing by Johannesburg Water, there is a glimmer of hope for swimming pool owners.