Nehawu vows more protests in bid to have govt cut ties with Israel
Several pro-Palestinian organisations joined a protest in the capital on Tuesday.
31 ‘most wanted’ suspects arrested by Limpopo cops
The arrests follow tip-offs from community members who alerted the police after noticing suspicious behaviour by one of the suspects.
Gordhan: The sooner Guptas leave SA, the better it will be
Pravin Gordhan says that state capture is a cancer spreading every single day both in the public and private sector.
Rameez Patel moved to more secure facility
Police say they received information last week that Patel was planning to break out of his cell.
SA NGO gets permission to build homes for displaced Rohingya refugees
More than 600,000 Rohingya have fled their homes in Myanmar since violence erupted there in August.
Cold snap, rain set to hit Gauteng
The South African Weather Service says that most parts of the country will be also affected.
Whereabouts of kidnapped ailing businessman remain unknown
Family spokesperson Yusuf Abramjee says Omar Carrim is not well and the family is making another appeal to the kidnappers for his release.
CoJ officials to visit man allegedly stabbed by striking taxi drivers
Nadeem Hoosen claims that he was attacked by a group of taxi drivers who had blocked the N1 highway near Beyers Naude Drive after he asked them to move their vehicles so he could pass.
Lenasia man allegedly stabbed by taxi drivers
Nadeem Hoosen says a group of taxi drivers attacked him while Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department officers watched on.
Public urged to buy Jacques Pauw’s book, not circulate PDF version
Many are cautioning that downloading the book without paying is illegal and tantamount to stealing the hard work of the author.
National Coalition for Palestine: EFF standing up for rights of Palestinians
The red berets will picket outside the embassy in solidarity with Palestinians.
City of Joburg apologises for cancelling cremations in Lenasia area
Officials last week announced weekend cremations were in violation of city by-laws and would only be allowed on weekdays from 9am to 2pm.
Thembelihle residents plan march over service delivery
Community members will on Monday morning march to the municipal offices to hand over a memorandum of grievances.
Outrage over cancellation of weekend cremations at Avalon crematorium
In a statement, the city's Reggie Moloi says the weekend cremations are in violation of the city's by-laws.
Elderly woman found dead in Lenasia home
The elderly woman’s body was found at her home in extension 13 on Thursday by community members.
Second murder case against Rameez Patel postponed
The Limpopo man, who is also accused of killing his wife, was arrested on Friday for allegedly killing his mother in September.
Rameez Patel due in court in connection with his mom's murder
Patel is also on trial for the murder killing his wife Fatima in 2015.
South Africans to protest in Pretoria against Rohingya violence
The United Nations says at least 370,000 Rohingya people have fled into neighbouring Bangladesh in recent weeks due to the violence.