Baby Jordan's killers eligible for parole in November
The killers were denied parole on the grounds that they still need to complete psychiatric treatment.
Baby Jordan killers denied parole
The two offenders are serving a 20-year prison sentence for the contract killing of the 6-month baby.
CT's Bonnie & Clyde found guilty of murder
Craig and Bridget Smeddle were yesterday convicted of killing 71-year-old Table View resident Robert Symons.
Cosas threatens to shut down schools across the WC
Cosas in the Western Cape claims the plight of underprivileged pupils in the province goes unnoticed.
DA weighs options on future of George mayor
Charles Standers was suspended from the DA after his wife filed a domestic violence case against him.
George mayor faces axing
He was suspended from the DA in February after his wife filed a domestic violence charge against him.
Panayiotou to remain behinds bars until trial
He was denied bail a third time yesterday and is expected to appear on trial in October.
Buthelezi: Zuma must have his day in court
The IFP leader has weighed in on a High Court decision to reinstate charges against the president.
Third time unlucky, Panayiotou denied bail
Christopher Panayiotou has been denied bail for the third time after his arrest for his wife’s murder.
Hawks confirm fraud, corruption probe into Linda Mti
Mti is the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s head of Safety & Security.
No longer the end of the road for CT’s unfinished highway
The bridge was built more than 50 years ago and left unfinished due to financial constraints.
DA insists it's done nothing wrong by leaking Mti report
The SIU says the confidentiality of information contained in its reports is protected by law.
ANC is ‘addressing’ Ses’khona movement’s demands for land, jobs
Ses'khona has been vocal about conditions in informal settlements and has clashed many time with authorities.
Nomzamo residents urged not to destroy a new community centre
Nomafrench Mbombo today officially opened the Nomzamo Community Day Centre.
PE fraudster ordered to pay back R6m
The man (55) is believed to have promised investors their money would grow by up to 35% a month.
Protesting Knysna residents disrupt N2 traffic
It’s not yet clear what the demonstration is about.
City of CT willing to take N1, N2 tolling battle to ConCourt
The legal battle between the city & Sanral over tolling the freeways will be heard at the SCA.
Court battle over N1, N2 Winelands toll project to continue in August
Sanral applied for leave to appeal a judgment that effectively blocked the Winelands tolling project.