Lenasia pupil to be moved to new school after stabbing incident
It’s understood the boy was stabbed in the neck by another pupil while walking out of the school grounds last week.
Spanking ruling ‘interferes’ with parents’ rights to discipline children
A court ruled that parents would not be able to use the common law argument of reasonable punishment as a defense for spanking their children.
Uber reaches out to customer following alleged mistreatment by driver
After being stabbed, an Uber customer was allegedly kicked out of the vehicle by the operator for allegedly staining the seats.
Mabala Noise blames weather for delays, lack of performances at Migos concert
Thousands of concert goers who gathered at The Dome on Saturday to watch the American rap group were left disappointed when the concert started late.
Police arrest man for illegal possession of firearms in Joburg CBD
During a police search, police recovered the firearm which had no serial number as well as live ammunition.
SAPS: Disciplinary action against striking 10111 staff to continue
In September, Sapu members refused to return to work after the service and majority union Popcru signed a collective agreement.
Sars intercepts drugs and illegal goods at King Shaka Airport
Detector dogs on Thursday sniffed out more than 15kg of heroin stored in mascara containers headed for Liberia.
Body of toddler swept away in KZN storm discovered
The 22-month-old was at a creche when she was swept away during last week's massive storm that lashed the province.
USAf concerned about student reaction to university fee hikes
Universities South Africa (USAf) says that several institutions have already started discussions about budget increases for next year.
Power restored in parts of East Rand after power station catches fire
There’s still no electricity in Jet Park and the City of Ekurhuleni says that the area could remain in the dark until the end of this week.
Lobby group urges Zuma to release Fees Commission report
As universities determine fee hikes for the 2018 academic year the lobby group says it’s crucial for the report to be made public.
Strike looms at RAF over working conditions
Metalworkers union Numsa has received a strike certificate against the Road Accident Fund.
Policeman gets life sentence for foiled robbery
Clement Manzini and two other suspects were arrested in 2014 following a tip-off about a planned hijacking in Midrand.
Nzimande calls on SACP to intensify fight against crime
Blade Nzimande was speaking at the communist party’s Red October campaign launch at the Johannesburg City Hall earlier.
Cope’s Patrick Sikhutshi says he's being targeted
Cope announced that Sikhutshi had been suspended as the Limpopo chairperson.
Cope suspends Limpopo leader on allegations of misappropriation of funds
The party says they will not tolerate greed and corruption in the organisation and anyone found to be guilty of this would be dealt with accordingly.
DA ‘deeply saddened’ after MP killed in KZN accident
Tarnia Baker was tragically killed in an accident in KwaZulu-Natal on Friday.
Tourism Association to meet with police over Dutch tourists robbery
A bus carrying 36 Dutch tourists to their hotel on Sunday night was stopped by a man wearing police uniform along with five plainclothes accomplices travelling in a SAPS car.