Diners 'shaken' after robbery at restaurant
The customers say the gang stormed into the restaurant wearing balaclavas, brandishing their weapons and demanding jewellery.
Robber targets Athol Square Shopping Centre
There has been a robbery at Athol Square Shopping Centre near Sandton.
Esidimeni tragedy: Dept appoints lawyer to lead disciplinary inquiry
Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says the hearings will uncover a lot of unanswered questions.
MEC: Dept can win case against ex-HOD in Life Esidimeni tragedy
The department revealed earlier this year that suspended health HOD Barney Selebano had enlisted a legal team to challenge the Health Ombudsman’s report.
Dept extends deadline for relocation of psychiatric cases
Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says her department has extended the deadline for mental health patients to be transferred from NGOs to approved health care institutions.
Ontlametse Phalatse remembered as loving, independent teen
The 18-year-old's friends and family were speaking at her memorial in a packed school hall in Hebron North West on Wednesday.
Ontlametse Phalatse’s life celebrated at memorial service
Phalatse was a well-known motivational speaker who suffered from progeria.
Case of arson opened following Braampark building fire
Police say EMS’ inspectors and firefighters will hand over the scene to the SAPS once they’ve wrapped up their own sweeps.
JHB EMS to also probe defective fire hydrants at Braampark offices
Firefighters used hydrants from buildings across the road to fight the fire at Braampark offices in Johannesburg.
Saftu refutes any similarities to Fedusa
Saftu says they're willing to fight in court over allegations that their name is too close to that of Fedusa.
Fedusa takes Saftu to court over similarities
Fedusa says there are too many similarities that Saftu has to their name and this stands to steal from their brand.
Hawks head Matakata urged to prioritise cases involving govt officials
The DA's Zakhele Mbhele says the reason the cases were not prioritised in the past was because former Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza was politically compromised.
Opposition parties to continue anti-Zuma marches in Polokwane
The DA’s Mabine Seabe says opposition parties will continue protesting throughout the country in an effort to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma to resign.
JAI welcomes Gupta family move to probe protests outside military museum
The Gupta family warned last week it would consider legal action against organisations planning to protest outside their function.
Anti-state capture marches to continue
The DA says it will be leading a multi-party march to the Limpopo Treasury Department in Polokwane tomorrow against state capture.
Guptas consider legal action against religious event protesters
An altercation broke out between members of the Black First Land First (BLF) Movement and civil action groups.
Five arrested following robbery at jewellery store at Hyde Park centre
Six men stormed the jewellery shop on Thursday and made off with valuables worth thousands of rands.
BLF: The Guptas have every right to host religious event
The Black First Land First (BLF) Movement says the attacks on the Gupta family are directed by white monopoly capital.