A 20-year-old woman allegedly jumped off a bridge after hiking with friends in Durban on Friday 17 January 2020.
A woman was found murdered and a man’s body hanging from a rafter in a house in Lephalale, Limpopo, in what could be a possible case of murder-suicide.
Someone loses their life to suicide, somewhere in the world every 40 seconds.
The World Health Organisation has called on governments around the globe to be more active when it comes to suicide prevention.
It is alleged that, despite charting on radio and a busy gig schedule, she had R1 in her bank account.
A young talent that deserved more time to pave her way to success.
If you’ve wandered out onto the Internet recently, there’s a good chance you ended up face-to-pixelated face with Momo.
More shocking news has emerged from the Vlakfontein case, as murder accused Ernest Mabaso was found dead in his cell on Thursday.
Her mother contacted the Education Department’s district office to investigate.
Don’t shoot the messenger on this one. Out of a 38-country study, SA topped the table for all the wrong reasons.
33-year-old Google video specialist, Zanele Hlatshwayo has pledged to run 18 races to honour her father and raise money for a cause close to her heart.
Spencer Kitson saw a man standing on the edge of a bridge in Douglasdale, Johannesburg and stopped to make sure he was alright.
A truly sad moment for the global music community.
A South African community newspaper has claimed only car accidents and murder kill more young people in the country. The data doesn’t support the claim.
In South Africa there are 23 completed suicides and 230 attempted suicides every day.