[WATCH] Police seize home-made firearm in zama-zama raid
While raid an area of Matholeville in Roodepoort, Johannesburg for illegal mining equipment and gold, police seize an illegally owned weapon and ammunition.
[WATCH] N3 bridge collapse victim recalls his narrow escape
While in his hospital bed, Robert Banda, who narrowly escaped death when the N3 bridge collapsed on his truck also carrying his wife and children, tells the tale of how he cheated death.
[WATCH] N3 reopened following bridge collapse
After the collapse of the pedestrian bridge across the N3 freeway, crews worked through the night to clear the debris.
[WATCH] #VoteOfNoConfidence: 'Baleka must arrest Zuma'
Roughly 3,000 EFF members took to the streets and made their way to the Union Buildings in support of removing Zuma as President.
[WATCH] World of really fast cars: 'We will die, everbody dies at some point'
Millions of Rands, hours of labour, hundreds of kilometres and no end in sight, race fanatics turn out to RaceSA to see their favourite cars go head- to-head on the track.
[GALLERY] Alley-oop: NBA stars in South Africa
NBA Africa Team World took on Team Africa in the 2017 NBA Africa Game on Saturday at the Ticketpro Dome in Johannesburg, South Africa.
[WATCH] Hoops and dreams: NBA All Stars coach Special Olympics athletes
NBA Africa has landed in Joburg and the main event takes places at the TicketPro Dome this Saturday. But aspiring basketball stars from Special Olympics got to have their skills honed by NBA All Stars in a once-in-a-lifetime coaching clinic.
[WATCH] Police seize explosives during illegal mining operations
During joint SAPS, Metro Police and Immigration operations in Matholeville in Roodepoort, police special units discovered explosives used in illegal mining.
[WATCH] Ward 81 residents say 'Silvertown' will burn
Angry residents from Ward 81 near Alexandra barricaded roads on Monday, saying they are upset by a squatter camp that's been erected in their neighbourhood, allegedly with help from the City of Joburg.
[WATCH] Controversy as title deed holders are evicted
Under the order of the sheriff, Red Ants moved in on a building in Jeppestown, evicting residents as they went. But some are complaining, stating that they are owners of their flats and have been removed illegally.
[WATCH] Bathabile Dlamini refuses to comment on Thokozani Magwaza
At an event in Kliptown on Tuesday, Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini was asked about the departure of Sassa CEO Thokozani Magwaza, his intimidation and death threats.
[WATCH] Dlamini refuses to answer questions on Magwaza's resignation
Minister Bathabile Dlamini refused to answer questions about Thokozani Magwaza at a Mandela Day event, telling journalists to stop harassing her.
[WATCH] Security personnel strike in Pretoria
Private security personnel marched to Tshwane House to demand that the city make them permanent employees instead of outsourcing to private firms.
[WATCH] Taiwanese legislators brawl in parliament
Taiwan's legislators were embroiled in a brawl in parliament for a second consecutive day.
[WATCH] Alexandra protesters block N3 over houses
Alexandra township residents take to the N3 alleging that RDP title deeds and building materials from new developments are being sold.
[WATCH] #ANCNPC Basic education gets a review
Chairperson of the subcommittee on education Naledi Pandor says that basic education must undergo comprehensive review to better address radical social economic transformation.
[WATCH] The ANC reconsiders itself as an opposition party
Deputy Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Obed Bapela elaborates on previous ANC coalitions and how the party will reevaluate how better to operate as an opposition party in some of South Africa's metros.
[WATCH] #ANCNPC: Naledi Pandor talks higher education
Naledi Pandor unpacks the findings from science, technology, and education discussions from last week's ANC policy conference.