Cape Town will suffer a small-scale ‘traffic nightmare’ over the next weeks, after a number of city centre road closures were announced.
This rogue cop was previously seen fighting with a taxi passenger in Gauteng – but things escalated even further in this road rage incident.
Gqeberha, Nelson Mandela Bay, and even the rest of the Eastern Cape – it seems there is A LOT of rainfall coming your way.
An updated snow forecast for the week ahead has revealed that the white stuff will be making its way to these parts of Mzansi…
We are TIRED. As if last week’s petrol price forecast wasn’t harrowing enough, we’ve learned that things could escalate further in June.
Although it’s too early to celebrate at the moment, those crunching SA’s fifth wave numbers have found some reasons to be cheerful.
What is this lunatic doing on the roads with such a huge vehicle? An Mpumalanga truck driver is going viral for all the wrong reasons…
A woman from Kimberley has been arrested for trying to organise both the kidnapping AND murder of her unsuspecting husband.
Twitter users have welcomed the advice Elon Musk shared this week – changing the way Tweets appear on our feeds.
Neal Froneman has been rewarded for a job well done at Sibanye-Stillwater – so it’s a shame his employees can’t say the same thing…
Going, going… gone. The Kaserne Building in downtown Johannesburg has been strategically destroyed on Sunday morning.
Rather than commiserating, local representatives of this Cape Town suburb are celebrating the ‘elimination’ of two gangsters.
One of the adolescent girls being ‘sold for sexual services’ was a Grade 9 student, according to the South African Youth Council.
The forecast June increase is taking our petrol price to extreme heights – and some fuels will soon be worth DOUBLE what they were in 2021.
Something of a traffic nightmare is heading to Johannesburg for the next six weeks or so – as roadworks engulf this busy commuter route.
Philemon Lukhele, who serves in the Mpumalanga ANC, has now been suspended – he was recently charged with the murder of Hillary Gardee.
SAPS officers in Mbombela have been accused of ‘roughing-up’ a local resident, as they conducted their Hillary Gardee murder suspect search.
Could a version of the Gautrain network be heading towards a city near YOU? Here’s how the ANC plans to fix the rail system.
A totally unvaccinated nation now has a confirmed case of Omicron in its capital city. The situation is about to get brutal in North Korea.
The ANC, and Blade Nzimande in particular, have been forced into an embarrassing climb-down from their position on Afrikaans.
Glad to see we’re getting the important stuff sorted, then: Minister Dlamini-Zuma has finally passed her one-question geography test…
Marcos said during the press that 31 million Filipinos had “voted for unity” but he stopped short and waits for the vote counting to finish.
This is unacceptable: The newly forecast petrol price for June will force some motorists to fork out R25-per-litre for their fuel.
South Africa remains on a knife-edge, thanks largely to its failing power supplier. But how far could load shedding push the public?