Words fail to summarise the horrific nature of this crime. The victim, allegedly in Grade 9, was fatally stabbed by a classmate at Thuto Tiro in Vaal.
Tensions remain high between Pennyville and Noordgesig residents.
Level 1 restrictions set on Gauteng residents amid drops in dam levels.
A coordinated effort from Joburg’s law enforcement agencies saw at least 10 churches shut down due to non-compliance with the City’s by-laws.
Homicide detectives have to piece together the puzzling end to a complex lovers’ triangle.
Tshwane police are closing in on officers who have their hands muddied in the capital’s drug trade.
Karen Meyer says there is video evidence that proves that some police in Tshwane are benefiting from the illicit drug trade.
The officer will remain in suspension, pending the outcome of an investigation led by the EMPD.
The power supply has been interrupted since Friday.
One of the kidnappers – and alleged ‘mastermind’ behind the sinister Amy’Leigh de Jager plot -has been accused of planning to hold her own family to ransom.
Grade 6 pupil Rethabile Rapuleng was gunned down in Katlehong on Wednesday. Preliminary investigations show just how avoidable her death could have been.
Three people – including a Grade R teacher – are applying for bail after kidnapping six-year-old Amy’Leigh de Jager. But they’re off to a suspect start.
Speculation is rife about one of the suspects, who is said to be a DA councillor.
The incident took place outside the premises of Izibuko Primary School.
The court heard how Ediozi Odi lured the girls to his brothel, got them hooked on crack cocaine and sold them as sex slaves.
A Gauteng traffic official was seen holding onto the bonnet of an Audi, as the car drove down Robert Broom Drive. We’ve got answers on this WTF moment.
BLF are embroiled in yet another hate speech court bid, and this time, it involves the shocking statements made by the party’s spokesperson following the tragic deaths of Hoërskool Driehoek pupils.
The bus service is currently locked in negotiations with the defiant Demawusa.
The armed robbers made it off in three cars.
While the main culprits may not surprise you, the bronze prize for pollution goes to a newcomer.
The Gauteng Education Department has lodged a case of vandalism with police.
Panyaza Lesufi and Afrikaans. They go together like chalk and cheese. But after being accused of “racism” towards those who speak it, the MEC is trying something new.
The RICA act will be suspended for two years which will allow parliament to bring the legislation in line with the constitution.
The commission of inquiry has been given six months to uncover the forced behind the spate of violence that Gauteng’s taxi industry has been gripped in.
Major gains for law enforcement agencies.