Chris Hani’s killer must rot in jail, says Fikile Mbalula
Hundreds of ANC members from Ekurhuleni gathered at the Constitutional Court to protest the granting of Janusz Walus’s parole. The Polish immigrant shot and killed ANC leader Chris Hani 23 years ago and has been in prison ever since.
Art meets radio on the Azania Mosaka Show
Master cartoonist Alan Simpson took some time out to draw a few caricatures during the Azania Mosaka show.
Manqele handed 12 years for Flabba’s murder
Sindisiwe Manqele has been sentenced to 12 years behind bars for killing her rapper boyfriend Nkululeko ‘Flabba’ Habedi.
Crime pays in jail time for corrupt Home Affairs official
A 35 year-old Home Affairs official was on Tuesday arrested in Nigel for issuing over 300 fake birth certificates, for which she charged around R1,000 each.
Nigel Home Affairs employee arrested for fraud
The Hawks searched the employee's office and house and found numerous fraudulent documents.
Land reform… is it even possible?
The African National Congress held a round table discussion on the progress and challenges in South Africa’s land reform process. Speakers say current laws must be implemented more effectively to speed up land claims and redistribution.
Sebolai maintains his innocence despite 20-year sentence
Convicted murderer Donald Sebolai says he is shocked by his effective 20-year sentence in prison for the killing of his girlfriend, Dolly Tshabalala. He still maintains that he was trying to disarm her when she died.
All systems go ahead of this weekend's voter registration drive
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) says it’s confident that everything is on track ahead of this weekend’s voter registration, with over 10 million registration forms delivered to over 22,000 voting centres.
Registration weekend: 10 mln forms delivered across the country
The IEC says it is ready for the voters registration weekend on 5 and 6 March 2016.
Violence and disruption hits JHB’s inner city hostels
Police used teargas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters in Denver after they pelted passing cars with stones during a violent protest on Wednesday.
Zuma’s Spy Tapes saga continues
The official opposition’s nearly seven year legal battle challenging the NPA’s decision to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma was heard by a full bench of judges in the High Court in Pretoria.
First On EWN: Health Dept faces legal action after 2 babies born with disabilities
Two Soweto women are suing the Department of Health after they gave birth to babies with cerebral palsy, which they claim resulted from medical negligence by nurses at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.
Mduduzi Manana: We can't collapse higher education
Deputy Higher Education Minister Mduduzi Manana says if the education system is collapsed, it might never recover again; and has urged students throughout SA to show restraint.
NW University closed indefinitely after burning of Science Centre
Students have been told to go home by the North West University after a building was set alight on Wednesday night during a violent demonstration. The institution has been closed indefinitely whilst the damage is being assessed.
ANC councillor gunned down on his doorstep
Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malubane visited Mbuyiselo Dokolwane’s family on Tuesday. She told his widow police would leave no stone unturned in the search for her husband’s killers.
'ANC ward councillor’s shooting not linked to upcoming elections'
Mbuyiseni Dokolwane, chairperson of the ANC Freedom Park branch, was killed last night.
Bomb threat halts Krejcir sentencing procedures
Sentencing proceedings in Radovan Krejcir's criminal case came to an abrupt halt when a police officer entered court and informed the prosecutor of a bomb threat.
It's raining men in speedos
Thousands of men in speedos ran through peak hour traffic on Friday in the Daredevil Run, the annual event raises funds for cancer.