Bloemfontein police caught suspects too sleepy to escape, seizing both them and a heap of suspected stolen goods.
Turkey’s president is clamping down on any dissent and opposition to his rule after a failed military coup last week, says Shannon Ebrahim.
Eskom and the City of Joburg are are promising widespread electrification this year and it will cost these entities about ...
The protracted street names battle in Tshwane may be partially won - but the process has only just begun.
The motorcyclist critically injured when robbers crashed into vehicles and his motorbike during a shootout with police in ...
As soon as the grey Renault Sandero stopped flipping and came to a halt, three men leapt out and fired more shots at the police officers.
State prosecutor Gerrie Nel has listed 30 points in his application for leave to appeal Oscar Pistorius’s 6-year sentence for murder.
Vuyo Mvoko, who penned an article detailing the bullying and intimidation at the SABC, is taking the public broadcaster to court.
Overworked doctors pen their accounts of tragedies waiting to happen on the Facebook wall of the group named Safe Working Hours.
We set out at midnight, decked in our summit gear and hoping to reach Africa’s highest peak at the crack of dawn.
Corporal punishment complaints at a Limpopo school are to be addressed after a pupil took pictures of a teacher beating pupils with a piece of piping.
The incumbent mayor of the Rustenburg, Mpho Khunou, has scoffed at criticism of failure of the municipality on his watch.
More than 90 years after the Aryan fanatic put it all in his book, a new generation of racists has emerged, says Angela Mudukuti.
An intern, who asked to remain anonymous, describes a typically brutal day at work on an exhausting shift lasting more than 24 hours.
Motorists on the N1 South in Fairland saw a man who looked as if he was about to jump off the pedestrian bridge, but that was not his plan.