11 cars stolen from Randburg dealership
It's understood the criminals broke into the dealership in the early hours of Sunday morning and cut open the safe to take the keys.
Coligny murder case postponed to finalise investigations
The National Prosecuting Authority says there are still other matters which need to be finalised by the investigating team.
‘Chances of survival when kidnapped by Al-Qaeda much higher than other groups’
The NGO’s Imtiaz Sooliman says research has shown that people taken hostage by the Al-Qaeda group are usually cared for.
Stephen McGowan’s first public appearance postponed
Gift of The Givers says they had been assured by his family that McGowan would make it to a briefing but at the last minute, he was advised against it by his doctor.
Dirco grateful to Mali govt for assistance in McGowan release
The department says it cautions South Africans travelling to conflict regions around the world to inform government and family before leaving.
Stephen McGowan’s return 'a miracle’ - family
Catherine McGowan says she never lost hope that her husband would come home.
Stephen McGowan was treated well in Mali, says father
Surprise, relief and joy that’s how the family of a man held captive by al-Qaeda in Mali reacted when they saw him for the first time in six years.
State wants evidence presented by 'dagga couple' struck off record
Last week, the judge hearing the matter gave permission to Myrtle Clark and Julian Stobbs’ NGO Field of Green to live stream the case, but the State is against this.
Growing backlogs at Home Affairs raise concerns
The Home Affairs Department says while it’s in talks with unions, offices will be closed again this weekend.
Condolences pour in for late kwaito star 'Tsekeleke'
The star died on Tuesday at a Vosloorus Hospital after complications arising from diabetes.
Expert: Decriminalising cannabis usually decreases adolescent interest
Julian Stobbs and Myrtle Clark brought the matter to court after they were arrested in 2010 for smoking and growing cannabis.
Dagga couple accuses court of stalling
Julian Stobbs and Myrtle Clarke are fighting for the decriminalisation of cannabis, saying they want to be able to trade in dagga.
Dagga not a gateway drug - Julian Stobbs
Myrtle Clark and Julian Stobbs say they’re fighting for every South African who wants to use the herb freely.
Dagga couple: We’re not animals and don’t belong in jail
Julian Stobbs says he's been smoking dagga in the privacy of his home for the past 25 years.
Home affairs offices closed today
The department has asked the public to remain patient as it seeks to find a resolution to the dispute over Saturday working hours with staff.
Part of DStv’s R180m collusion fine to help poor students
The Competition Tribunal says most of the funds which will be paid by DStv as part of the penalty will go towards supporting small businesses and students.
Mkhize: Keep ANC issues internal
ANC treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize says that party members should raise their concerns on the right platforms and in an appropriate way.
'Those implicated in #GuptaLeaks must face consequences'
Zweli Mkhize says that the ANC, the state and all institutions of justice should be able to act on those where there is proof of criminal activity.