Other National & Provincial News
Camp owner back in dock24 minutes ago
The murder-accused owner of a military-style camp where three boys died continued testifying in the Vereeniging Regional Court on Wednesday.
Police investigating incident involving judge54 minutes ago
Police have stepped up security for Judge Colin Lamont, who is presiding over Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir's trial, following an incident while he was driving home.
Interpol robbed, laptops stolen30/7/2014 10:01
Police confirmed that the Interpol offices in Pretoria were broken into and laptops and other electronic items were stolen.
Mokotedi plans to resign: NPA30/7/2014 8:52
The NPA's suspended integrity management unit (IMU) head Prince Mokotedi plans to resign on August 1, the prosecuting authority said on Wednesday.
Woman strips at Mandela statue30/7/2014 8:38
A woman caused a commotion when she stripped naked and caressed the statue of former president Nelson Mandela in Sandton
Playing a supporting role30/7/2014 8:31
ANC deputy chief whip Doris Dlakude says the country has entered the second phase of radical economic transformation to better the lives of the people.
Krejcir, Louca interpol file stolen: report30/7/2014 8:32
Five laptops possibly containing sensitive information, including data on investigations into Radovan Krejcir, have been stolen from Interpol's Pretoria offices
Camp owner in dock on recruits' death30/7/2014 8:17
The cross-examination of the owner of a military-style camp where three boys died is expected to resume in the Vereeniging Regional Court on Wednesday.
Man in court over road rage incident30/7/2014 7:47
A man arrested in connection with an alleged road rage attack in Fourways, Johannesburg, is expected to appear in the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
Minister pleased with end of strike30/7/2014 7:26
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant on Tuesday congratulated parties in the metals sector for reaching an agreement, bringing the four-week strike to an end.
Historic deal for Lonmin30/7/2014 1:35
The Baapo ba Mogale tribe in the troubled platinum belt in North West are expected to sign an historic deal today, which will give the community a 2% stake in the company.