Nhleko summoned by Police Portfolio Committee
A court found that the Police Minister's decision to suspend Hawks boss Anwa Dramat was unlawful.
100 police cars handed to JHB SAPS
The province will receive over 1,000 police vehicles during the course of this year.
'Baby L' abuser’s sentence just a ‘slap on the wrist’
A man was sentenced to 10-years in prison for abusing a toddler which left her in a vegetative state.
'Baby L abuser has not learnt anything'
Judge Coetzee said he is a coward who attacked a defenceless child and robbed the little girl of her life.
Baby L's abuser sentenced to 10 years
Baby L sustained broken bones and significant internal injuries when she was abused in December 2013.
Memela challenges son’s killers to come forward
The Arts & Culture spokesman’s son & daughter-in-law were found dead in their Bryanston home.
Illegal mining costing mining companies billions
NUM’s Frans Baleni says illegal mining syndicates are very broad and highly organised.
AbaThembu king snubs royal Mandela meeting
The king’s spokesperson said he could not be part of the meeting as the family is divided.
Cops search for suspected illegal miners after gun battle
Police say no one was wounded during the incident and the suspects managed to escape.
North West matric cheating claims probed
It’s alleged some pupils at Motshwane High School paid teachers R800 to automatically pass.
Mandela Royal family meeting to go ahead
A Mthatha High Court dismissed Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s application for an interdict to halt the meeting.
Back to school: Tears, smiles & goodbyes
The first day of the 2015 academic year has started for inland schools.
Back to school, back to reality
The Gauteng Education Department says it has completed 98 percent of school admissions.
A scramble for space as schools reopen
Gauteng Education has set up 15 district offices to deal with late registrations.
Matric cheaters could face 3-year-ban
Hearings into alleged cheating during the 2014 matric exams began on Monday.
Extra security measures for paperless schools
Panyaza Lesufi says there will be coordinated effort between police and the community to guard the equipment.
Winnie launches court order to halt Mandela royal meeting
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela claims Nelson Mandela’s property in the Eastern Cape belongs to her.
Higher education urges students to consider FETs
The department says these colleges offer courses that will help students target gaps in the job market..