No Waterkloof parole decision2/8/2014 1:38
No decision was taken on the parole of Frikkie du Preez, one of the so-called Waterkloof Four, after the correctional supervision and parole board met, the correctional services department said on Friday.
11 hospitalised after Joburg fire2/8/2014 1:29
Eleven people were taken to hospital on Friday after being rescued from a burning seven-storey building in central Johannesburg, emergency services said.
No Free State power cuts: Eskom2/8/2014 1:20
Eskom has agreed to suspend the disconnection of bulk electricity to Free State municipalities, the power utility said on Friday.
Robbers, Metro cops in East Rand shoo-out2/8/2014 1:12
Two suspected house robbers were injured and one arrested after a high-speed chase and a shoot-out with metro police and community policing forum (CPF) members in Benoni on Friday, Ekurhuleni metro police said.
Life sentence for girlfriend killer1/8/2014 19:21
A Pretoria High Court judge on Friday quoted a Zulu woman's struggle song from the 1950s before sentencing a man to life imprisonment for murdering his girlfriend and unborn child.
Child prostitute had baby1/8/2014 16:28
An 18-year-old woman told the Durban Regional Court on Friday that she gave birth to a baby four months after her 15th birthday and returned to prostitution three months after its birth.
Interference in NSPCA investigation: DA1/8/2014 14:16
The DA on Friday expressed concern about alleged interference in the investigation of cruelty to animals at NCOP chairwoman Thandi Modise's North West farm.
JHB granny tied up for two days1/8/2014 13:18
A 75-year-old woman was tied up for two days at her home in Morningside, Johannesburg, Gauteng police said on Friday.
Security, land, frogs prompt prison plans1/8/2014 12:29
Plans to dispose of Pollsmoor and Leeuwkop prisons were prompted by security concerns, limited land, and a population of bullfrogs, according to Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha.
SA will not treat foreigners with Ebola1/8/2014 12:01
South Africa will not treat foreigners who contract the deadly Ebola virus, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) said on Friday.
Brickz wants rape case dropped1/8/2014 11:42
Kwaito musician Sipho Charles Ndlovu, accused of raping a 17-year-old girl, wants the case withdrawn, the Roodepoort Magistrate's Court heard on Friday.
Protector assessing complaint on Zuma's daughter1/8/2014 11:26
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's office is assessing a complaint about the appointment of President Jacob Zuma's daughter to a top post in the telecommunications and postal services department, a spokeswoman said on Friday.
NSPCA considers charging giraffe driver1/8/2014 9:35
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA) is considering laying charges against the driver transporting the giraffe that died in Gauteng.