Hawks dealt a huge blow on ATM bombers in four provinces.
Police seek the public’s help in a bewildering murder case of an ANC councillor.
Seven people lost their lives when the taxi they were travelling in collided with a truck on the N1 between Kranskop and Mookgophong in Limpopo on Sunday.
Troubling questions for the COO of the National Lottery Commission, as uncovered by GroundUp.
Close to 150 mortuary fridges from across 80 districts are out of order or not fully operational.
On Sunday night, Gigaba was nominated by a regional youth league member at a meeting in Polokwane.
The latest figures as released by Crime Stats SA.
Hlulani Baloyi is writing five tests a day to prepare her for the annual African Spelling Bee competition in Kenya later this month.
Lesiba Kekana pleaded guilty to the murder of his four sons in 2016.
Protest organisers have threatened to put at least 9000 disgruntled members onto the streets of Limpopo, thereby halting municipal services in selected districts.
ANC spokesperson, Pule Mabe vowed, on behalf of the party, to comply with all processes into the VBS investigation.
The eastern parts of Limpopo are suffering from a severe shortage of clean water.
Pupils at a school in Limpopo took their scuffle to the streets on Friday, after a mass brawl with weapons unfolded at hometime.
Stan Mathabatha has admitted it is his voice on a much-shared recording, declaring his love for married mayor Florence Radzilani.
This part of the freeway in Limpopo is recklessly unsafe, and following the N1 accident, it seems big changes will be required.
A combination of factors are to blame for Friday’s devastating N1 accident, as police have opened up a case of culpable homicide.
The leader of the VhaVenda people is said to have received almost R18 million in the dodgy deal.
The ANC is not sure whether it is guilty or not…
Their salaries could not afford them the lifestyles they lived, so what is their excuse? Wait for it…
Eastern parts of South Africa are currently experiencing a heatwave. Existing temperature records are tumbling left, right and centre.
Limpopo police recovered firearms, ammunition, motor vehicles, cell phones, laptops, drugs, as well as cows and goats.
China is set to construct a massive industrial zone in Limpopo over the next five years.
Why has President Ramaphosa just signed a deal with China for the construction of a 4 600 megawatt coal power station in Limpopo, in direct contravention of Energy Minister Jeff Radebe’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP)?
It seems that there is some truth to AfriForum’s ‘expropriation list’ after all.
A representative for the University of Limpopo confirmed that the viral video of students ditching their exam is genuine.