The owner of the beauty store has opted to press criminal charges against the mystery woman’s “fecal assault”
Two high-profile Kremlin critics, former chess champion Garry Kasparov and ex-tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky are added in Russia’s foreign list
SAPS says an investigator has been prioritising the murder of Eastern Cape woman Namhla Mtwa, who was found dead inside her car in April
Durban Metro Police have denied allegations of brutality following a clash with Effingham Secondary School on Thursday.
Some reports claimed government was repatriating South Africans and their families who had fought for and aided ISIS in Syria
The South African Heritage Resources Agency (Sahra) wants to press more charges against Zandile Mafe for the Parliament fire.
Government revealed a new specialised subject curriculum with various options for learners to choose from starting at Grade 10.
It is a victory to Russia in its months-operation in Mariupol after Ukraine ordered the last of its troops in Avzostal to lay down their arms
After information was brought forward by whistle-blowers the DA has submitted evidence to the Hawks regarding Masizole Mnqasela.
It keeps getting worse.
STAGE 4 load shedding is now here for the rest of the weekend. Eskom has given a grim update…
SANRAL was expected to start with road projects in KZN and the Eastern Cape but the contracts worth over R17 billion have been cancelled.
DigiTech is the South African Government’s latest project – an ‘app store’ – that has not received the best reviews since its recent launch.
A man was arrested and around R3 million worth of tik was confiscated as well as R13 000 in cash in the Western Cape recently.
The uMgungundlovu District Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal is proposing a whopping 75% water tariff increase to its residents.
S&P has upgraded our status. Is this the light at the end of our dark economic tunnel? Will the ratings agency be proven right?
Crampton Brophy 71, whose series of novels include ‘How to murder your husband’ and ‘The Wrong Lover’, stands accused of shooting her husband
Various indicators have pointed towards sardines leaving the Eastern Cape and making their way to KwaZulu-Natal.
Government has rejected the wage increase demands made by public sector employees but said the cash gratuity will continue this year.
A Japanese man has been arrested Thursday for gambling away the money online, about R5.7 million which was Covid aid sent to him by mistake
Police have raised concerns over an increase in the smuggling of stolen goods from South Africa to Zimbabwe through the Beitbridge border.
Four people were transported to the Home Affairs in White River where they would each give up their identities for R500 for passport fraud.