Kitso Mothibe's family says teen almost victim of human trafficking
Kitso Mothibe was found by her cousin at Park Station in Johannesburg at the weekend with a group of other girls.
Report: King Goodwill Zwelithini’s building project could cost R1bn
The 'Sunday Times' is reporting that a new facility near Nongoma will cost around R1 billion.
Police look into why father of missing teen was denied help
A father yesterday said that he was turned away by an officer at the Johannesburg Central Police station when he reported his 13-year-old daughter was missing.
Cops make arrest in Princess squatter camp protest
It’s understood protesting residents broke down a wall at a nearby residential complex and broke into some of the houses.
GP Human Settlements prioritises housing applicants from 1996
Human Settlement's Keith Khoza says the department is going to prioritise not only people who applied in 1997 but from 1996 who have applied and are on the waiting list.
[UPDATE] Cops disperse Diepkloof protesters
A resident says they will not stop protesting until a government representative addresses them.
Not in my name: Men plan march against women abuse
Civil society groups and political parties are taking a stand against the abuse of women.
JHB mayor, cops raid 'hijacked' buildings in search of kidnapped teen
It's understood the 13-year-old has been missing for three weeks and her father believes she's being held by druglords in Central Johannesburg.
Sadtu shocked by scourge of violence against women, girls
This comes after the rape of an eight-year-old schoolgirl allegedly by three fellow pupils at a primary school in Randburg last month.
Education MEC Lesufi condemns rape of girl (8) at Randburg school
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he is concerned about the scourge of violence against women and girls in society.
Lesufi warns against shifting troublesome male pupils to other schools
Lesufi says the shifting of troubled learners to other schools puts more children at risk and can often make matters worse.
Majavu: Those making allegations against Motsoeneng must prove them
Motsoeneng faces a charge for remarks made at an unsanctioned press conference last month when he criticised the newly appointed SABC interim board.
Lesufi disgusted by rape of girl (8) at school
The boys aged between 12 and 14 have since been suspended and have already made two court appearances.
11 scholars injured in minibus accident near Brits
The accident happened while the children were on their way to school on Wednesday morning.
More service delivery protests hit Gauteng
In Phola Park in Thokoza, residents took to the streets stoning vehicles and blocking the road with burning tyres.
Karabo Mokoena: Plans for memorial service underway
Karabo's uncle Tsepho Mokoena says the memorial service for his niece will be held on Wednesday and the funeral on Friday.
Motorists urged to avoid R554 amid protest
It’s unclear what the protest is about, but the road has been barricaded with burning tyres and rubble.
'South Africans should not be left in dark on nuclear plans'
The Energy Department on Saturday announced that it plans to sign new and transparent nuclear power agreements with five foreign countries.