Three OR Tambo heist suspects to present arguments for bail
In a surprise turn of events on Tuesday, the State also revealed that yet another suspect has been arrested.
OR Tambo heist: Duo to find out if they'll be granted bail
Thando Sonqishe and Prince Dube maintain that the State has no evidence to link them to the multi-million rand robbery.
OR Tambo heist: Only local currency stolen
Initially, it was reported that a substantial amount of foreign currency was taken when several gunmen held up security at the airport.
Another arrest in OR Tambo heist case, bringing suspect tally to 6
The latest arrest came to light on Tuesday afternoon during the bail application of Prince Dube and Thando Sonqishe on Tuesday.
OR Tambo Airport heist suspects due in court
Several gunmen dressed as police officers held up security at the airport more than two weeks ago, making off with a substantial amount of foreign currency.
Suspect in chief justice burglary: I know nothing
Nkosinathi Msimango handed himself over to police on Friday after he was named as a suspect who held crucial information.
Outa slams Sanral for being presumptuous over e-toll judgement
The civil action group says it believes Sanral is being presumptuous about using its e-toll victory for other cases in order to retrieve funds.
Phahlane to give details on probe into burglary at Chief Justice's office
Fifteen computers containing information about the country’s judges were taken early on Saturday morning but other computers were left behind.
Zuma calls on South Africans to unite
President Jacob Zuma has called for a spirit of unity in remembrance of liberators like OR Tambo.
Marikana victims still await state compensation
The Socio-Economic Rights Institute says it's a struggle for the Marikana community who are still seeking justice.
Marikana and Slovo Park commemorate Human Rights Day together
Slovo Park & Marikana residents are paying tribute to those who were killed at Lonmin in 2012 and those who died in Sharpeville in 1960.
‘Chief Justice office burglary highly organised’
The DA's John Steenhuisen says he would bet that State Security Minister David Mahlobo was involved. But Mahlobo's office says people should desist from making baseless accusations.
Joe Mafela remembered as people’s person
Legendary South African actor and comedian Joe Mafela died in a car crash on Saturday night, aged 75.
Metrorail suspends services over Mzimhlophe protest
The Soweto Highway has also been affected after residents burnt tyres to protest against evictions.
Dlamini has until month end to explain her conduct in grants payment crisis
Minister Bathabile Dlamini is expected to file an affidavit to explain why she shouldn't be held personally liable for the debacle.
SA Post Office maintains it's ready to take over social grants payment system
The Post Office’s Mark Barnes says they have offered their services before and are happy to do so now.
Minister Bathabile Dlamini to comply with ConCourt orders
The court has taken an unsympathetic view of Sassa and Dlamini’s conduct over the social grant payment crisis.
Social grant beneficiaries relieved following ConCourt ruling
On Friday the court extended the Cash Paymaster Service (CPS) contract for 12 months.