Hands off Judge Pillay for issuing warrant of arrest for Zuma, Judiciary says
Chief Director of Court Administration Nathi Mncube said those opposed to the ruling seek to interfere with the judiciary and the administration of justice.
Police gather resources to hunt Sasolburg cash in transit criminals
The group of armed men escaped with an undisclosed amount of money in Vaalpark on Friday.
GP safety MEC urges residents to help police keep communities safe
MEC Faith Mazibuko is holding crime summits through which she intends to mobilise communities and to deliberate on issues relating to crime.
Adam Catzavelos case: EFF calls on court to show no mercy to racists
Mandisa Mashego was testifying in the case against Adam Catzavelos at the Randburg Magistrates Court on Thursday.
Seeking forgiveness, Catzavelos says racist rant was worst thing he's ever done
Adam Catzavelos was giving evidence at the Randburg Magistrates Court in mitigation of sentence in the case brought against him by EFF Gauteng leader Mandisa Mashego.
13th Gauteng pupil dies, special needs girl (15) raped in another incident
An 11-year-old pupil from Raikana Primary in Soshanguvhe, Pretoria, died after being run over by a car driven by an educator from another school on Tuesday.
10 arrested over murders of illegal miners in Matholeville
Two suspects were wounded and police seized two unlicensed firearms while arresting the group.
Treasury’s chief director says SAA lost billions during Myeni’s tenure
Avril Halstead is giving evidence in the case between the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse, the South African Airways Pilots' Association (SAAPA) and former SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni.
Security branch took great measures to cover up Neil Aggett murder, inquiry told
The anti-apartheid activist was found hanging in his cell at the Johannesburg Central Police Station, formerly John Vorster Square police station, in 1982.
Lesufi to visit Randburg school where pupil fell to his death
The 16-year-old boy died on Tuesday after he fell from a third-floor balcony at the school.
Witness tells Aggett inquiry of 'brutal,' 'vicious' apartheid police
Aggett was found hanging in his cell at the then John Vorster Square police station in 1982.
Neil Aggett was very downcast, former detainee tells inquiry
Keith Coleman, an anti-apartheid activist, told the inquiry on Monday about the torture that the other activists endured at the John Vorster Square police station.
Inquiry hears some anti-apartheid activists kept in isolation
An apartheid inquiry concluded that the trade unionist’s death was a suicide, but the family never believed this.
Apartheid police humiliated detainees, Aggett Inquiry told
Activist Keith Cole has detailed how he was tortured by apartheid security branch police officers.
Neil Aggett an exceptional person, Barbara Hogan tells inquiry
Aggett died in a police cell at the then John Vorster Square, now known as Johannesburg Central Police Station, in 1982.
Barbara Hogan to take the stand in Neil Aggett inquiry
Aggett died in a holding cell in 1982 at the notorious John Vorster Square, which is now known as the Johannesburg Central Police Station.
Dudu Myeni now heading to Supreme Court of Appeal over delinquency matter
While dismissing her application earlier on Tuesday, the High Court in Pretoria also ordered her to pay Outa and the SAA Pilots Association's legal fees within the next 30 days.
Dudu Myeni loses court appeal over Outa delinquency case
The case to have Dudu Myeni declared a delinquent director was beset by delays, mainly on her part.