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.
Police have confirmed that two children were injured in the hostage drama at a Hillbrow block of flats.
Radovan Krejcir will be entering into negotiations as part of a potential plea deal pertaining to the mass of outstanding criminal cases against him.
If the amount of posters and banners in and around Polokwane are anything to go by, the EFF has won the branding wars as poll campaigning hots up.
The battle at the Labour Court to have the SABC’s decision to fire four journalists overturned has been postponed.
A boy remained in critical condition after his father stabbed him, held him hostage then flung him from the sixth floor of his Hillbrow flat.
“If you just give me six months to be a dictator, things will be straight,” President Jacob Zuma joked yesterday.
Tears as fellow hikers and doctor address the media after landing at OR Tambo Airport.
Axed SABC journalists want to be reinstated immediately, after the broadcaster’s ban of violent protest footage came crumbling down in court.
President Zuma upped the tempo of the election campaign rhetoric by having a go at opposition leaders Mmusi Maimane and Julius Malema.