The Department of Health reported that a further 42 people have died from COVID-19 related illnesses over the past 24-hours.
The little body of the missing seven-year-old Tshepang Mosikidi was found in a maize field near the Phahameng section on Monday.
Paul Rusesabagina, the “Hotel Rwanda” hero who became a fiercely outspoken government critic was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
In a heartbreaking turn of events, one-year-old Isabella, who choked on a cookie last week, died in hospital on Monday afternoon.
Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu continues to cement her place in infamy, following yet another bizarre day of her courtroom antics.
Hawks in the Northern Cape showed two cops who’s boss. The two were arrested for attempted murder and robbery in Kuruman.
BTS members address world leaders at UN General Assembly with youthful solutions to climate change for the future.
“France needs to share this assessment with European allies and put it on the table with the Americans to find solutions.”
Is it 2018 again? Because the DA and Patricia de Lille have entered into another war of words – and Aunty Pat may have taken a major u-turn.
The South African Weather Service has issued a warning for severe thunderstorms and hail expected in KZN on Monday afternoon.
With the drain of skilled youngsters and a growing elderly care bill, some rural municipalities are looking for ways to retain young women.
After an almighty row about the rights of short-term guests at The Blyde, Balwin Properties has defended its decision to charge more for lagoon access.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Monday 20 September 2021.
Members of the public made the discovery of the 34-year-old man hanging from a tree in Redcliffe in KwaZulu-Natal on Monday morning.
A patient has stabbed two female doctors in Kimberley, the SA Medical Association says government keeps ignoring security concerns.
US police in Wyomming confirmed finding a body which they believe to be that of 22-year-old blogger Gabby Petito
A suspect thought his heroin powder stash was well-hidden in snack packets but, boy, was he wrong. The Durban Hawks caught him red-handed.
More alarming revelations have been made public at the Nomia Ndlovu trial, after further evidence of her alleged callousness were detailed.
A war over livestock theft is ravaging two Eastern Cape villages and its people. Community members say law enforcement urgently need to intervene.
The off duty policeman was travelling with his family when he was forced to stop after spikes punctured his vehicle on the highway.
A volcano in Spain’s Canary Islands, which erupted for the first time in 50 years, has destroyed houses forcing some 5 000 people from their homes.
A Holocaust memorial inscribed with the names of more than 102 000 Dutch Jews killed during World War II was inaugurated in Amsterdam.
Nomia Ndlovu, accused of plotting the murders of relatives and her boyfriend, appeared in shackles during her latest theatrical court appearance.
A disgraced school Pretoria principal is jobless after being dismissed for demanding to hug and kiss his young personal assistant.
The lack of awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in rural communities in the Eastern Cape has led to the killings of elderly women.