Robert Mugabe arrives in South Africa amid diplomatic storm around his wife
The Air Zimbabwe Boeing 767 registration Z-WPE landed at Waterkloof Airforce Base just after 7 pm last night using the call sign Zim One.
Letshego Zulu conquers Mount Kilimanjaro in honour of her late husband
Letshego Zulu has kept her promise to her husband Gugu Zulu, to summit Mount Kilimanjaro on Nelson Mandela Day in his honour.
Joburg police probing motive behind shooting of alleged CT gang boss
The alleged 28s gang boss was travelling with a friend in an Audi R8 when gunmen opened fire on the vehicle.
Suspected CT gang leader shot & injured in Sandton
According to the reports, the driver managed to drive away, but collided with three other vehicles at the Morningside clinic.
Task team to probe burglary at Hawks' HQ
Acting Hawks head Yolisa Mataka's given an assurance that a crack investigating team is attempting to get to the bottom of the burglary.
Acting Hawks boss faces tough questions after HQ break-in
The committee says that it finds it difficult to comprehend how a burglary occurred in an office that has a responsibility to fight organised and serious crime.
Was break-in at Hawks HQ an inside job?
The Hawks say there are no signs of forced entry into the offices.
Hawks assessing what has been stolen following HQ break-in
The incident comes as two men accused of a similar break in at office of the chief justice in march this year are appearing in court today.
Hawks confirm break-in at Pretoria head office
The incident comes as two men accused of robbery at the office of the Chief Justice are expected to appear in a Mamelodi court.
Frankel 8 approach ConCourt to confirm High Court ruling on sexual offences
Last month, the High Court declared section 18 of the Criminal Procedure Act unconstitutional.
Ipid probes rogue cop 'Captain KGB' Tshabalala’s return to crime intelligence
A dossier claims Morris Tshabalala walked back into his job at crime intelligence after serving two years in prison for armed robbery.
Police mum after rogue cop allegedly gets job back
The 'City Press' reported that Captain Tshabalala is back in his job at Crime Intelligence after serving two years in prison for armed robbery.
Law must support victims of sex abuse, says judge
Judge Hartford has ruled that it is entirely irrational and arbitrary to have a random cut off time of 20 years for proscription of sexual offences when many victims suffer quietly.
SA won, says activist after 20-year proscription bar lifted off sexual offences
The Frankel Eight went to the High Court in an attempt to change the law which prevented victims of sexual abuse from criminally charging their abusers 20 years after the crime.
Lifting of 20-year proscription bar ‘momentous occasion for children’s rights’
The order is wider than expected as it applies to both children and adults. This means that there will no longer be a 20-year bar on criminal charges involving sexual abuse.
High Court to decide on changes to child abuse laws
The so called Frankel eight are hoping that acting judge Clare Hartford hands down a ruling today that will change the country’s laws on child abuse.
Family of disabled SA girl (5) weigh options after NZ court deportation ruling
Immigration New Zealand argued that the South African girl's condition would place a burden on the country's health services.
NZ court rules that blind SA girl (5) be deported
In a high court judgment released last week, Justice Gerald Nation ruled that Caitlyn Davies be sent back to South Africa after the girls' family appealed the move.