KZN farmer to appear in court for allegedly killing mourner at funeral on farm
It's understood the farmer got into an argument with mourners because they wanted to bury a loved one on the property.
SA welcomes hundreds of New Year babies
Almost 300 new citizens were born on the first day of 2018.
Limpopo police nab white lion, pangolin poachers
Two men were found in possession of the paws and head of a white lion.
Farmer arrested for murder at funeral
It’s understood the farmer argued with mourners, demanding they stop the funeral and leave his farm.
Joburg mayor worried about quality of buildings in wake of storm damage
Mayor Herman Mashaba says that the City of Joburg's group risk advisory services will be conducting an investigation into the quality of some of the buildings which collapsed as a result of this weekend's severe storm.
Gauteng Health MEC concerned about high number of listeria cases
The Gauteng Health Department has encouraged people to wash their vegetables and fruit before consuming them and avoid cooking food at high temperatures.
Top cop Sitole praises KZN police for arrest of Glebelands murder suspect
Mondli Mthethwa has been wanted for his alleged involvement in at least two cases of murder in the hostel, including where a woman was gunned down in her room at the hostel in August last year.
Gauteng authorities to assess storm damaged homes for poor workmanship
At least two people were killed when a tree fell onto their vehicle during the hailstorm that hit the south and west of Johannesburg, as well as the surrounding areas.
Police commissioner pleased with ongoing police operations this festive
Khehla Sitole has led a delegation from his office which visited five provinces since the beginning of the festive season to ensure that law and order is prevailing this season.
Many residents still unaware of damage caused by heavy storms - Mamabolo
Mamabolo gave an overall update on the extent the storm had in some parts of the province saying the City of Johannesburg and the west rand have been severely affected.
Traffic officials to intensify operations as New Year celebrations get underway
It says its officials are also gearing themselves up for increased traffic volumes on the roads after the New Year's day long weekend.
Malema declares 2018 year of free education
EFF leader Julius Malema urged former matriculants who passed well to consider higher education at the academic institution of their choice.
Heavy storms rip through some parts of Joburg, leaving trail of destruction
Paramedics attended to several incidents on Saturday afternoon, including the structural collapse at a mall.
Gauteng Health calls for cooperation in tracing food with listeria contamination
Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says the origin of contaminated food samples which are mainly chickens have been traced to a shop located in Pretoria.
EFF calls on matriculants of the past with good marks go study
EFF's Julius Malema says they will be at the gates of every institution of higher learning next year to ensure that priority will not only be given to those who can afford to pay.
Over 100,000 drivers tested for alcohol since beginning of festive season
About 46,000 drivers have been fined for speeding and 14,000 others for driving unlicensed vehicles.
Joburg Public Safety appeals to residents to welcome New Year responsibly
The department says firework displays are also prohibited to be held on agricultural holdings and near petrol stations for which the fine is R1500.
Fuel prices to decrease on Wednesday
95 octane will go down by 34 cents per litre, while the 93 octane is set to decrease by 29 cents per litre.