IN A time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act, it’s said. And it’s how we, in South Africa, are living.
There were mixed emotions among matriculants who sat for their first final examination paper over the ongoing #FeesMustFall campaign and study camps.
A man has suffered severe burn wounds after an explosion at a City Power transformer in South Gate shopping mall in Joburg.
As he delivers his mini-budget, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says SA's economy is now only likely to grow at 0.5 percent this year.
Former Wits SRC president Mcebo Dlamini is in a high-care centre in Johannesburg Prison, despite the facility being reserved for hardened criminals.
The Ekurhuleni house where Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa was murdered two years ago was quiet.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura blamed municipalities for “milking” provincial departments by overcharging them through inaccurate billing systems.
Patrick Wisani has told a court that the charges against him were all fabricated by witnesses in an elaborate conspiracy.
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has joined a chorus of voices asking the Office of the Public Protector to release its state capture report.
It would be cheaper to move Parliament to Pretoria than stay in Cape Town, President Jacob Zuma says.
A fourth suspect has been arrested in connection with the brutal killing of two men and the rape of two women at Rhodes Park.
It is said that a crisis is a culmination of issues that have not been properly managed - SA’s leaders are guilty as charged, says Ray McCauley.
SA’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court has spurred on other African countries to follow suit, with Kenya the ...
Two young men who killed their female cousins and drowned a baby in a tub of boiling water have pleaded guilty to their crimes.
The government is taking a tough stance against racists, with proposed punitive sanctions against perpetrators.