#Elections2014: Parties confident of results
The ANC’s Cyril Ramaphosa says he’s not worried about the outcome of the election.
Two cops arrested for Khuli Chana shooting
The popular rapper was wounded twice after allegedly being mistaken for a kidnapping suspect.
R19m drug bust: suspect in court next week
A man is accused of trying to smuggle nearly two kilograms of heroin through Beitbridge.
Case against Krejcir hit suspect postponed
Brendan Harrison appeared in the Germiston Regional Court on Wednesday.
'Legal traders should return'
More than 2,000 legal vendors were evicted last month during Jhb city's clean-sweep operation.
Joburg CBD hijackings in spotlight
More hijackings may have occurred in the same spot where a family was hijacked on Saturday.
Smooth start for class of 2013
More than 700,000 grade 12 pupils countrywide wrote their first matric paper yesterday.
Penis-cutting woman in court
A Soweto woman has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly castrating her boyfriend.
Maimane calls for govt transparency
Mmusi Maimane said money continues to be misused by government departments.
Edenvale police accused of assault
A 21-year-old man was allegedly assaulted during the early hours of Sunday morning.
Monte murder case sent to High Court
The two accused will now face charges of murder in the High Court.
Gordhan tries to stabilise auto sector
Gordhan says it’s concerning that BMW has halted its plans to expand local plant capacity.
Baby Samantha: Sentencing postponed
The parents have been found guilty of culpable homicide, child abuse and rape.
"Soweto Marathon still on" – ASA
ASA says as things stand, the Soweto Marathon has not been cancelled.
Vavi: I will follow the correct channels
Zwelinzima Vavi was suspended as Cosatu General Secretary last month.
City Power vow to resolve power issue
More than 30,000 JHB residents were left without power for up to four days last week.
Egypt bans Al-Jazeera affiliate
The move follows the release of SA journalist Adil Bradlow from Egyptian military custody.
Strikes threaten SA's economy
Massive industrial action across the country is threatening the stability of the economy.