Witkoppen Road was once again a crime scene after a high-speed chase and shoot-out landed a man in hospital.
About 40 doctors and medical professionals from South Africa are heading to Gaza to help in the relief efforts.
Pravin Gordhan has warned government consultants to deliver the goods or risk being penalised.
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Nomathemba Janki came face to face with her cousin, who allegedly stabbed her 3-year-old daughter 99 times.
A prisoner allegedly had her baby's body in her cell for two hours because officials failed to heed calls for help.
Police had to resort to using force when EFF members - led by Julius Malema - stormed the Gauteng legislature.
Riders at the Freedom Ride, in honour of Mandela Day , were left amused when they realised their free T-shirts, had a noticeable spelling error.
Four people died and eight were injured when a broken down bus rolled and hit a taxi offloading passengers in Fontainebleau.
Chantel Morris has had to identify the body of her 4-year-old boy and now she may have to face his alleged killers.
The billing crisis, which the City of Joburg has been claiming is largely over, is about to take a turn for the worse.
Gauteng estate agents have become the target of a "heavy breather" who calls them at night to crudely harass them.
Some staffers at M&G publisher Trevor Ncube’s Zimbabwe newspaper company reportedly haven’t received their June salaries.
Would you take a smiling, wide-eyed selfie at the Apartheid Museum? A graveyard? Your grandmother’s funeral?
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