Vaal residents relive how fire ravaged their homes
Residents have been trying to salvage what's left of their belongings in the wake of a massive blaze.
JMPD officers who shot at MK night vigil to appear in court
The officers were arrested on charges of murder after they allegedly randomly fired shots.
Gunmen open fire at KwaMashu hostel, killing 4 people
Three people died instantly and another lost his life while receiving treatment.
Ekurhuleni mayor condemns mob justice attacks in Etwatwa
Mayor Gungubele has called for restraint after 3 teenagers were burnt to death in the area this week.
Four arrested after Durban taxi rank shooting
At least three people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting this morning.
Two arrested in UKZN protest
Police expect to make more arrests after students barricaded roads and burned cars.
New Aussie PM promises new leadership style
Malcolm Turnbull says his style of leadership will be characterised by consultation & negotiation.
Over 1,100 learners return to Roodepoort Primary School
The number of learners at the school has steadily increased since its reopening last week.
NY terrorist attack stats emerge amid SA warning
On Tuesday the US embassy warned Americans in South Africa about a possible terrorist attack.
Irma Stern's 'noticeboard painting' up for auction
The painting is expected to fetch as much as £1.4 million at an auction today.
More protest threats as Roodepoort Primary set to reopen
The school was shut down last month by MEC Panyaza Lesufi amid tensions over the appointment of the principal.
2 kids killed in shack fire in Vlakfontein
It’s understood the children’s mother had left a paraffin stove on while visiting neighbours.
EU refugee crisis: Image of Syrian toddler sparks global outrage
The crisis has come under scrutiny after the image of a Syrian toddler's body on a Turkish beach emerged.
Court rules in favour of suspended EFF students
The party applied for an urgent court interdict after EFF members were suspended for disrupting an SRC debate.
‘Academic careers of suspended EFF students at stake’
Wits University suspended the students after they disrupted the SRC election debate.
Two major cellphone providers defend data usage
MTN and Vodacom say new-technology connections like 4G mean more data is used by devices.
Probe into xenophobic attacks ‘on track’
The 'Sunday Times' reported the probe has hit a dead-end and King Zwelithini has been exonerated.
Medupi to be fully switched on in 5 years time
The first unit is now functional and has been handed over to the utility's operational division.