2 prisoners escape through police van roof in Limpopo
It's understood the criminals were being transported from Ellisras to Polokwane on Friday morning.
RTMC to introduce online service for learner, driver test applications
The system will allow learner and driving licence applicants to choose the date, time and place of their tests.
MPs saddened by passing of ‘courageous’ Mama Sobukwe
Members of Parliament say the late Zondeni Sobukwe will always be remembered for the values she stood for.
No indication Mark Minnie would take own life, says publisher
The book, which was published last week, reveals information about a paedophilia ring involving three National Party ministers during apartheid.
AfriForum's land expropriation list fake, says dept
AfriForum published a list on its website over the weekend, claiming that it was being circulated in the department.
Ramaphosa hopes to appoint acting NDPP after consulting Justice Minister
The Constitutional Court on Monday found that former president Jacob Zuma's decision to remove Mxolisi Nxasana as the NDPP was an abuse of power and unconstitutional.
Police searching for 3 suspects after Krugersdorp cyclist shot & wounded
The cyclist was attacked in Krugersdorp near a hiking trail and was shot three times.
#TotalShutdown march against gender abuse not open to men
The movement is also calling for a shutdown of economic activity for the day or at least a pause between 1pm and 1:30pm.
Sars seizes explosives, illegal cigarettes at Beitbridge border
It’s understood a foreign-registered van travelling from Zimbabwe was intercepted for a random search last week, where officers found explosives and cables valued at R75,000.
Springs man dies after being hit by train
Paramedics say they were called to Gold Street in Springs earlier on Wednesday and found the man's body lying underneath the train.
Shashi Naidoo denied entry into Israel
She is currently in Jordan from where she was supposed to cross over into Israel. Lobby group BDS has condemned Israel’s decision to bar Naidoo from entry.
KZN Community Safety Dept blames Gauteng taxi violence for mass shooting
The victims are said to have been in KwaZulu-Natal to attend a colleague's funeral and were shot on their way back to Gauteng.
Eskom won’t pay bonuses to staff due to financial constraints
Eskom has been meeting with labour unions for weeks now and has tabled two offers of increases above 7% between the current year and 2020.
Clock ticking for top cop Sitole’s plan to find KZN taxi shooters
Eleven people were killed by unknown attackers, who sprayed their minibus with bullets in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands on Saturday.
MPs calls for plan to eliminate illegal guns in wake of mass taxi shooting
Members of the Ivory Park Taxi Association were ambushed while travelling home from KwaZulu-Natal at the weekend.
Parly’s police committee latest to condemn 11 KZN murders
It's understood the victims were members of the Ivory Park Taxi Association and were travelling from a colleague's funeral when unknown criminals opened fire on their vehicle.
We won’t resort to retrenchments, says Eskom
A World Bank report suggested that Eskom retrench some of its 47,000 employees adding that it only needs a staff of 14,000 to operate efficiently.
Growing calls for full probe into murder of 11 people in KZN
Mxolisi Kaunda, MEC for Transport in KwaZulu-Natal, has joined several high-end officials in calling for a full investigation into the murder of 11 people.