The impasse over the unprotected strike by MyCiTi workers continues, with the City of Cape Town saying it will only meet with union representatives, while the strikers are pressing for the EFF to be included in the talks.
Police are on high alert in Mhluzi near Middletown in Mpumalanga following the looting of shops owned by foreign nationals after the body of a murdered woman was discovered in the area.
A 70-year-old woman has sustained a head injury after she was involved in an armed robbery and assaulted by four men in Durban North.
A Western Cape school pupil has died and another is in a critical condition after separate stabbing incidents at or near their schools this week.
The South African museum has been restored to mint condition.
The Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court sentenced a Cape Town lawyer to seven years in prison after he was convicted on two counts of fraud.
Mpumalanga’s MEC for environmental affairs has launched a last-minute bid to change the boundaries of a protected area.
Tensions remain high in the Richmond municipality in KwaZulu-Natal as the municipal manager and the council continue pointing fingers at each other over the manager’s suspension.
Outgoing Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has approved a budget of R4.5m for the city’s annual switching on of the festive lights.
Relatives of 9-year-old Miguel Louw have reacted angrily after they were informed that the State still does not have enough evidence to charge the suspect with his murder.
The Daveyton teenager who was set on fire in August by a mob fed up with gang violence has succumbed to his burn wounds.
Mortimer Saunders will have to wait until next month to hear whether he will be convicted on charges of raping and killing three-year-old Courtney Pieters.
A “wildcat” strike by MyCiti bus drivers entered its third day with some routes disrupted in Cape Town.
The man accused of kidnapping and murdering 9-year-old Miguel Louw will appear in the Durban Magistrate’s Court.
The two men accused of murdering 16-year-old Matlhomola Moshoeu are expected to appear in the North West High Court.
A man has been hospitalised after police allegedly shot him with a rubber bullet during a protest in Stutterheim, Eastern Cape.
Western Cape MECs Debbie Schäfer and Donald Grant have appealed to public transport operators to assist their respective ministries in ensuring that matric candidates get to their exam centres on time.
Eskom and the City of Johannesburg have come up with a plan to provide electricity to Zandspruit, where large sections of the area have illegal connections.
Johannesburg metro police are searching for a school bus driver who fled the scene after causing an accident while transporting a group of pupils.
EFF Cape metro secretary Banzi Dambuza says that he wants MyCiTi workers, who have gone on strike for a second day, to be heard and answered.
The man accused of raping his 10-year-old stepdaughter at least 900 times has briefly appeared in the Verulam Family Court, where the case was postponed for further investigation.