Flooded roads, broken robots, rolling blackouts ... Joburg’s week from hell
A security guard at Silverwoods Country estate testified that Oscar Pistorius told him this moments after the shooting.
A man, who tried to cross the bridge of the Sand River, has been rescued from the surge of water caused by heavy rains.
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Limpopo lost out on R1.3 billion that is now going to other provinces because of low spending and financial irregularities.
Rolling mass action against the government's youth wage subsidy by Numsa was due to begin with a picket outside Parliament.
Two Soweto schoolgirls killed in a suspected satanic ritual were laid to rest at the Roodepoort cemetery.
The Gauteng legislature’s opening turned into an election battleground, with the DA and Cope slamming Nomvula Mokonyane.
This time there was no kiss. Just a short announcement that a political party and the splinter of another were joining forces.
This is the state of the province: bloodied residents taking to the streets to demand services - and being shot in the process.
Portions of Oscar's trial will be broadcast, with a set of conditions that ensure no manned cameras and no extreme close-ups.
The Treasury has reportedly chopped R1.3 billion from Limpopo’s budget and handed it to other provinces.
Zimbabwean students at tertiary institutions in SA fear another bumpy road due to problems that continue to beset the fund.
A cop has appeared in court after he allegedly raped a woman, claiming it was part of a church ritual to rid her of bad luck.
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