The JMPD cracked down on an alleged fraudulent job recruitment agency that milked thousands of rands from each victim.
At 11:50pm matric pupil Nonhlanhla Dlamini left her bed to meet "Andile". She never made it back home.
Slain journalist James Foley's employer "spent millions" trying to rescue him from his Syrian captors.
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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.
A 14-year-old boy who allegedly strangled his mother to death, won a bursary to further his studies in Mpumalanga.
A principal at an Orange Farm school is on the run after several pupils accused him of sexual harassment and rape.
Sidney Kekana’s mother is desperate to find the men responsible for killing him during a vicious attack near Kliptown.
A Jewish matric pupil has laid a complaint with the Human Rights Commission, claiming he was called an Israeli-hater.
The 53 000 passengers who use the Gautrain daily could find themselves stranded as workers plan to down tools.
Limpopo plans to bring retired teachers back to public schools to improve performance in maths and science.
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