It’s been six months since Soweto principal Lebo Mashuga was charged for alleged misconduct and the misuse of funds.
The feuding leaders of Lesotho’s coalition government appear ready to reverse the military coup in the kingdom.
An employee at Johannesburg’s Helen Joseph Hospital has been hospitalised after allegedly being raped.
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Jozi drivers fail attempt to break the world record for the longest hearse parade.
A flying squad cop, allegedly killed by her boyfriend, told a friend that the man had threatened to kill her before.
AbaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo has been fighting attempts to remove him for two years.
George Mdlalose just bought a new Audi, and while showing it off to his nephew, two men armed men approached the car.
It collapsed from the roof down, entombing workers who were busy with renovations to the expansive mansion.
A DA councillor in Riverlea, Lynette Pretorius, says she fears for her life after residents attacked her.
Bonginkosi Richard Zikhali has been sentenced to five years in jai for his role in selling state land illegally.
JMPD police officers were advised to be “extra vigilant” after two separate shooting attacks in Soweto.
Residents of the Hlala Kwabafileyo informal settlement in Sharpeville live out their lives among tombstones and trash.
A JMPD cop who allegedly killed his girlfriend and her lover, suffers from bipolar disorder, his lawyers said.
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