No one has claimed decapitated Thokoza baby yet
Patrolling policeman made the grim discovery during a routine patrol in the township, south of Johannesburg, on Thursday morning.
Decapitated body of 2-month-old found in Thokoza
Officers made the grim discovery during a patrol through the streets of the township on Thursday morning.
On #AfricaDay, SA govt told to improve protection of African refugees
A human rights groups say the South African government is not doing enough to protect Africans from other countries seeking refuge in the country.
#AfricaDay: SA urged to be more welcoming towards migrants
The African Diaspora Forum has questioned the way South Africa manages the migration of Africans into the country.
Dept appeals for patience as Gauteng residents protest over housing
Residents in Diepkloof, Soweto, barricaded several roads with burning tyres, while police used rubber bullets and teargas to disperse them.
'We’re not going to be patient until Jesus comes'
Diepkloof protesters in Soweto have vowed to continue to protest until Gauteng Housing MEC Paul Mashatile addresses them regarding their housing issues.
Police fire rubber bullets to disperse protesting Diepkloof residents
Residents took to the streets early this morning, barricading several main roads including the Soweto Highway, with burning tyres and rocks.
Rantho: Explanations for Molefe reappointment unacceptable
Zukiswa Rantho says explanations given by the Eskom board regarding Brian Molefe’s reinstatement as CEO were unacceptable.
[UPDATE] Police use teargas to disperse Diepkloof protesters
It’s believed their protest is over service delivery.
Claims of assault, sexual harassment at Tembisa evictions
Some people were injured by rubber bullets while others were allegedly beaten with crowbars in yesterday’s evictions.
Numsa confirms General Motors set to retrench staff
Following a meeting with Numsa on Monday, the car manufactured told the union that around 600 workers will be retrenched by July.
‘Plans to relocate Makause community on hold after objections by residents’
Ekurhuleni MMC for human settlements Lesiba Mpya says protesters, demanding houses, are only prolonging the inevitable.
11 people injured following Sasolburg factory explosion
Paramedics are on the scene but it’s understood the factory has been evacuated.
Joburg Mayor Mashaba defends decision to suspend ombudsman
Herman Mashaba says there’s nothing untoward about the city's decision to suspend ombudsman S'duduzo Gumede amid an investigation.
Police monitor housing protest on East Rand
Protesters have barricaded roads in the area. It’s still unclear what the demonstration is about.
Shabangu devastated by spike in crimes against women
The bodies of four women were found in several parts of Joburg at the weekend, while 11 men have been arrested after a pregnant woman was raped on Monday.
Mbalula: Women have put up with abuse for too long
Four more murder cases are being investigated after the bodies of young women were discovered in Soweto at the weekend.
Ipid: We cannot allow Phahlane to hinder our investigations
The directorate is accusing acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane of interfering with witnesses and asking them not to co-operate.