Small victory for former Fidentia boss
The fraud case against J. Arthur Brown could finally get underway on Monday.
Former Fidentia boss professes his innocence
J Arthur Brown says once all the evidence is revealed, he will be vindicated.
Two more trucks torched in CPT
Two more trucks torched in Cape Town, increasing the number of destroyed vehicles to 11 this week alone.
Alleged paedophile's case postponed
Johannes Kleinhans' case has been postponed to next week where are expected to testify.
SAPS lose more than 1,000 firearms
Police members have lost over 1,000 weapons in the last 18 months, the Police Ministry says.
Gordhan addresses Global Policy Forum
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says the poor need financial education to improve their lives.
Man killed in suspected gang shooting
A Delft man was shot six times on Sunday night in an apparent gang related shooting.
Business robberies on the increase - ISS
The ISS is expecting a rise in business robberies when crime figures are released this week.
Zuma proud of 'Zumaville'
President Jacob Zuma says he is proud of developing Nkandla, his homestead in KwaZulu-Natal.
Parliament's secretary fired
Secretary to Parliament Zingile Dingani has been fired with immediate effect.
SA youth reject Zuma, Malema - survey
South African youth have little confidence in President Jacob Zuma and Julius Malema, according to a study.
Motlanthe reiterates youth subsidy plan
Motlanthe says final decisions on youth wage subsidy will be made once investigated.
Business as usual for Sassa - Dlamini
Social Development Minister has assured social grant beneficiaries that the services won’t be disrupted.
New universities to open in 2014
Minister Blade Nzimande says the two additional universities should be fully operational in 2014.
3 kids murdered in SA daily: study
A study shows that three children are murdered in South Africa on a daily basis.
Public Works cleaning up its act
The Public Works Department is busy scrutinising around 3,000 lease agreements.
Parliament want justice for stoning victims
Parliament's portfolio committee are probing the case in which 3 Limpopo pupils were stoned to death.
Parliament debate Marikana shooting
Members of Parliament had a lengthy debate about the Marikana shooting on Tuesday.