NW police arrest suspect (45) in Hebron double murder case
A man has been arrested after a mother and her daughter were found dead in their Hebron home near Ga-Rankuwa last Saturday.
Gupta-linked Thabo Lekalakala fired from NW Health HOD post
The former HOD is said to have overseen an irregular multi-million rand deal to Mediosa for mobile health services across the North West province.
Formalities begin at ANC’s 108th birthday celebrations
Party President Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver the January 8 statement in line with the ANC tradition which dates back to 1972.
Newly appointed army chief Thabiso Mokhosi laid to rest
Mokhosi died at a Pretoria hospital, following a short illness, just a month after he was recently promoted to the position of chief of the army in November.
Reports: Journalist Shiraaz Mohamed free from captivity in Syria
Mohamed was taken hostage on 10 January 2017 in Darkoush, Syria, when he had gone on his own accord as a photojournalist to capture the Syrian war.
GALLERY: Meet the EFF's Top 6
The EFF elected its new top 6 leaders on Saturday at the party’s second elective conference , which was attended by an estimated 3,000 delegates.
Bodies of EC grandmother and teen granddaughters found in a river
The 71-year-old woman and the two teenagers, aged 16 and 17, were last seen on the night of Sunday, 01 December 2019.
Former NW health boss Thabo Lekalakala arrested for fraud gets R5k bail
Saps said Lekalakala had been arrested for fraud, corruption and the contravention of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA).
NW police arrest 3 suspects in Assen dagga lab bust
The Hawks’ serious Organised Crime Investigation unit with members of K9 Hartebeespootdam carried out a raid where they discovered a fully-fledged dagga greenhouse.
More severe storms forecast in KZN after tornado rips through Utrecht
No injuries have been reported but warnings of more inclement weather have been after a tornado that swept through Utrecht in KwaZulu-Natal on Friday night.
DA elects John Steenhuisen as interim leader
The DA has elected John Steenhusien to lead it until April 2020, while Ivan Meyer will take over as the interim federal chairperson, replacing Athol Trollip who also resigned last month.
Bok heroes Kolisi, Erasmus arriving later than expected
SA Rugby said that the flight carrying the first batch of players, which included Pieter-Steph du Toit, Duane Vermeulen, Cheslin Kolbe and Makazole Mapimpi, was still due to arrive at the scheduled time of 4.30pm.
SA and Wales battle it out for a spot in the RWC final
The Springboks go into Sunday’s match with the hopes of the nation heavy on their shoulders as they fight to secure a spot in the RWC final.
‘I am coming to lift that Webb Ellis trophy with you', Ramaphosa tells Kolisi
The president made a video call to the Springbok captain on Saturday to wish him well for the Rugby World Cup match against Wales.
Bob Hewitt parole placement set aside by review board
The former tennis coach was sentenced to six years in prison in 2015 after he was convicted for raping and sexually assaulting three youths over 20 years ago.
Former 'Isibaya' actor Andile Gumbi dies in Israel
The former 'Isibaya' actor is reported to have suffered cardiac arrest in Israel where he was performing in a musical production.
Zille, Trollip, Waters and Walters: Who's who in the DA's power race
Helen Zille, Athol Trollip, Mike Waters and Thomas Walters are all vying for the Democratic Alliance's federal council chair position. This is who they are and the experience they bring to the position.
Lesufi: Arts school embroiled in sexual misconduct claims not registered with GP
Speaking at the press briefing on the department’s readiness for the 2019 matric exams, Lesufi confirmed the head of the department had written to the Tebogo Kgobokoe Arts Academy in Centurion to stop operating.