Protesters burnt tyres, City of Joburg flags and refuse while blocking roads in a bid to stop Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba ...
The JMPD and Pikitup will work together to ensure the safety of about 600 Pikitup workers following the recent [email protected] protest.
Three Ekurhuleni cops are still performing official duties despite one being convicted of rape, another going on trial for ...
More than 200 Joburg informal traders claim they have been forcefully evicted from the busy Noord Street linear market.
The search for a five-year-old boy who fell into a sinkhole in the Jerusalema informal settlement has been postponed because the ground is unstable.
Mr President, as a concerned citizen, I have names for you to consider for a dream cabinet, writes Marius Oosthuizen.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane took the fight over the Life Esidimeni tragedy to Gauteng Premier David Makhura’s doorstep when he led a protest march today.
The social grants tender debacle has claimed its first scalp with the suspension of SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) boss Thokozani Magwaza.
Today cartoonist Dov Fedler leaves The Star after a career that has spanned SA's - and indeed the globe’s - darkest days ...
Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane has defended her decision to spend R60 000 to treat prisoners to a KFC meal.
Rudolf du Plessis says 2017 will be an unusual year for Africa as its largest trading partners, China and America, are undergoing major transitions.
By downplaying the energy sector, the minister signalled that there is no need to react to exaggerated energy crisis talk, writes Hartmut Winkler.
Barney Pityana writes that #SONA2017 failed to give the nation a vision and a new, higher imagination about the intrinsic value of higher education.
Space-filling or preening egos won't win lost readers back, writes Denis Beckett
The Joburg Metro Police Department says it is on high alert and is working closely with the SAPS in containing any possible xenophobic attacks.