Qedani Mahlangu reportedly left no room for "engagement" in the ill-fated transfer of mentally ill patients from Life Esidimeni ...
Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba has vowed to improve security in the area after the murder of a manager at Sakhumzi Restaurant.
No fewer than 113 people were injured in a number of collisions across the country on Wednesday morning.
The Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development has pleaded members of the community to stop the vandalism and destruction of property.
The Gauteng Education Department continues to receive and abundance of late applications which may have an effect on learning and teaching.
Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba has visited four EMS firemen who were injured when their fire truck overturned and collided with four vehicles.
A remembrance service will be held to honour the Lily Mine workers who were trapped underground after their container fell into a sinkhole.
Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba is sticking to remarks he made in December during his 100-day speech, that foreigners who enter SA should do so legally.
The SABC could be fined as much as R1million for failing to implement Icasa's ruling to lift the ban on the broadcast of violent protests.
A Tembisa teenager is believed to be the victim of the latest flash floods that wreaked havoc in Gauteng.
A Johannesburg teacher accused of stabbing his boss repeatedly divulged intimate details about his life in his bid for bail.
Former Gauteng MEC Ignatius Jacobs is in a bitter war to keep his job following allegations of his involvement in the ANC "war room" saga.
ANC structures across the country have been barred from consolidating their top six nomination lists ahead of the party’s elective conference.
Despite heavy rainfall and flash flooding since Monday, areas across Gauteng have suffered minimal damage in comparison to November's fatal floods.
A reminder that the City of Joburg is introducing new operating hours across all its customer service centres citywide from tomorrow, February 1.