Gauteng police vow to find killers of four Soweto women
Gauteng police commissioner Deliwe de Lange has confirmed that a special task team has been set up to investigate the murders.
SOS calls for end of repetitive special investigations at SABC
This follows a revelation in parliament on Wednesday that the SABC paid R25 million for a probe into wasteful expenditure.
Free State mine explosion death toll rises
Another 13 bodies have been retrieved from the Eland shaft gold mine, bringing to 24 the number of fatalities following the explosion at the Witbank operation.
Sandton streets closed due to protest
Johannesburg Metro Police say they are monitoring a protest in the Sandton CBD on Wednesday morning.
City Power to meet with contractors over Joburg power outages
This follows power outages in some parts of Johannesburg for over two days.
Four die in N17 crash
Emergency services say a man had been ejected from one vehicle that split in half, while a second one had three people trapped inside.
Cops confirm suspected hijackers killed in M1 accident
Earlier this morning, three cars were involved in a collision. At least four people were killed.
Global cyberattack: South Africans urged not to open emails from unknown people
David Mahlobo is this week expected to discuss the recent global cyberattack which has hit nearly 100 countries, including South Africa.
Foiled hijacking may have led to deadly M1 collision
It's believed three vehicles collided near the M1 south Marlboro off-ramp on Sunday morning.
Man killed after trucks collide on Van Reenan’s Pass
Paramedics say the man died after he sustained severe burns in the accident.
'SA affected in global cyberattack'
Cyber security company Gold 'N Links Cyber says the malware used in the attack blocks computers until money is paid to unlock it.
NICD announces plans to fight measles in SA
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases says it hopes to eliminate measles in South Africa by 2020.
Protesting Wits students disperse
Students said they were protesting against curriculum changes and a lack of funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme.
#WorldPressFreedomDay: 900 journalists killed in last decade
The UN says journalists suffer character assassinations, detention and sometimes even death while simply doing their jobs.
Lesufi: Dept to provide counselling to school following teacher's death
The department says it expects operations at Clapham High School in Pretoria to return to normal on Wednesday following the death of a teacher.
‘Negative impact of petrol price hike shouldn't be exaggerated’
Economists say the hike will see motorists paying almost the same amount they were paying for petrol in March.
Sancu: Fuel price increase will affect consumer spending patterns
From Wednesday, motorists will have to dig deeper into their pockets with a petrol price increase of 49 cents per litre.
GED saddened by Pretoria teacher’s death
It's understood the 60-year-old teacher collapsed suddenly while invigilating an exam on Tuesday morning.