'Axe man' sentencing proceedings begin1/10/2014 5:12
Sentencing proceedings in the case of former Blue Bulls rugby player Phindile Joseph Ntshongwana, convicted of murdering four people with an axe, are expected to begin on Wednesday.
Former police spokesman to learn his fate1/10/2014 4:51
Judgment is expected on Wednesday in the case of former KwaZulu-Natal police spokesman Vincent Mdunge, accused of presenting a fake matric certificate when he joined the police in 1987.
Drug kingpins walk free1/10/2014 3:33
High-profile drug kingpins are walking free, even though police claim to have made significant busts over the past few years.
Thuli finds on NEF1/10/2014 3:05
Public protector Thuli Madonsela yesterday affirmed her authority, saying she has the power to rectify situations.
Malema: Judge president gave orders in case1/10/2014 2:49
EFF leader Julius Malema yesterday accused North and South Gauteng High Court Judge President Dunstan Mlambo and President Jacob Zuma of having given orders to the presiding judge to postpone his money laundering and racketeering case.
Safety Awareness campaign1/10/2014 1:58
In an endeavour to halve mining accidents due to non-compliance of safety regulations in the industry, the Platinum Group Metals’ Maseve Mine held a successful safety awareness campaign in Rustenburg yesterday.
Murder case is set for next year1/10/2014 1:08
A man accused of shooting dead a motorcyclist during a road rage confrontation in February appeared in the Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court in Johannesburg yesterday.
Nudist beach patrons have to wait a while1/10/2014 12:52
Those interested in the outcome of an application for a nudist beach on the KZN South Coast will have to wait a while longer as the decision will only be announced next month.
Frustration over leaking pump1/10/2014 12:37
While many parts of the country have been hit by water shortages and people have been urged to use water sparingly, a water pump at Mamelodi’s Phomolopng informal settlement has been left leaking for almost a year now.
Gauteng on high water alert: MEC30/9/2014 21:10
Gauteng's provincial leaders are on high alert and ready to respond to water-related problems that may re-surface in the near future, co-operative governance MEC Jacob Mamabolo said on Tuesday.
TAC not facing imminent closure30/9/2014 20:44
The Treatment Action Campaign is not facing imminent closure, but will have to make "tough decisions" if it does not get more funding, it said on Tuesday.
IFP concerned about Khuma quake victims30/9/2014 20:18
The Inkatha Freedom Party on Tuesday expressed concern about residents of Khuma, in the North West, whose homes have not been repaired following the earthquake in August.
Bogus Soweto traditional healer case postponed30/9/2014 19:57
A bogus traditional healer, accused of stealing money from a man who paid him to enlarge his genitals, appeared in the Protea Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, Gauteng police said.