A Cape Town attorney in the middle of a R200 million business scam faces being struck off the roll for allegedly stealing the identity of a dead man.
A Kayamandi mother drove around with her son's body for three days because of an alleged document bungle at Stellenbosch Hospital.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko will this week answer to Parliament on his public spats with Ipid head Robert McBride.
A Concourt ruling this week means same-sex partners will now be able to inherit their partner’s intestate estate even if they are not legally married.
South Africa's new nuclear construction programme remains in doubt as questions on funding remain unresolved by government.
An annual walk through Cape Town's streets honours ancestors buried here during a time of colonial oppression.
As thousands of holiday makers head for Cape Town, law enforcement and traffic services will battle to cope, as they are understaffed.
Economists warn of more dangers if government fails to fully implement structural reforms in the economy and stabilise the labour market.
Married couple Nokuthula and Nonkululeko Mbatha say they are in hiding after members of their community chased them out of their KwaNgcolosi home.
President Zuma has filed an affidavit asking the court to review and set aside the remedial actions recommended in the State of Capture report.
Cosatu, led by S’dumo Dlamini, will engage the governing party following its heated meeting which debated calls for President Zuma to step down.
The police investigation into the Kenilworth woman accused of trying to secure a contract killer to murder her husband is ...
The shenanigans in the water sector have little to do with radical economic transformation, writes Mike Muller
Efforts by Cape businessman Irshaad Laher to try to get back his assets, which are currently under restraint, came to nought ...
Metrorail security guard Akhona Siduka was sitting in her car when she was shot and killed in front of her home.