The SABC caught its journalists unawares when it asked them to respond to their alleged misconduct, only to fire them.
ANC mayoral candiate Danny Jordaan took the fight for the Eastern Cape’s richest metro to the DA’s doorstep when he addressed residents of Korsten.
The Department of Justice has confirmed that Israeli fugitive rabbi and alleged sex-pest Eliezer Berland was extradited and escorted back to Israel.
The Patel siblings and their family are traumatised following their arrest during recent anti-terrorism raids and have asked ...
Gugu Zulu was a man who defied social and economic barriers but in the end he didn't die racing, but climbing.
Four SABC employees sacked in a surprise move last night have vowed to go to court to fight the public broadcaster.
The SABC faces a new legal battle in its dispute with eight suspended journalists, after firing four of them.
Speaking from the Kilimanjaro base camp, The Star news editor, Omphitlhetse Mooki gave a harrowing account of Gugu Zulu’s last hours alive.
Icasa has set a one minute limit on free party election broadcasts on radio and television channels for all political parties.
Rhodes University is struggling to meet its target budget to keep it running without difficulty.
A group of concerned Johannesburg residents will hold a secret meeting to discuss the problem of informal window washers.
Two South Africans have described the chaos that reigned in Turkey during the failed military coup d’état in the country over the weekend.
Berning Ntlemeza is off the hook after the NPA declined to prosecute a police officer whose conduct Ntlemeza was accused of covering up.
SA’s top cop Khomotso Phahlane claimed that Popcru defended SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, yet it had failed to do the same for him.
Organisations and individuals in and around Joburg will be answering the Mandela Day call to action to help their fellow South Africans.