Casac asks NPA boss to assure Zuma charges won't be dropped

2017-12-21 09:50

Casac has asked the National Director of Public Prosecutions' Advocate Shaun Abrahams to assure them that he will not withdraw charges against President Jacob Zuma until a Constitutional Court ruling has been made.

Good riddance - MKMVA on Khoza's resignation from ANC

2017-09-21 14:54

Despite the ANC not having received any formal communication from Makhosi Khoza regarding her resignation, the MKMVA has welcomed her decision to quit.

SA coup plotter's lawyer needs 'time to read the docket'

2017-07-06 12:08

The trial of a man accused of hatching a plot to assassinate President Jacob Zuma, his Cabinet ministers and members of the Gupta family, has been postponed.

Paul O'Sullivan case dismissed, witnesses poor, says magistrate

2017-06-02 12:00

The Kempton Park Magistrate's Court has dismissed the case against investigator Paul O'Sullivan for using a foreign passport to leave and enter the country.

Massive cocaine bust at OR Tambo

2017-05-11 12:10

Two women have been busted with a huge amount of cocaine at OR Tambo International Airport.

Zuma must provide houses - Eldorado Park protester

2017-05-08 12:31

Violent protests in Eldorado Park are out of desperation for proper housing, says one resident.

A Toyota Supra caught in Joburg's floods is too much to handle

2016-11-16 07:03

Footage of a Toyota Supra caught under a flooded Johannesburg bridge would make any petrolhead weep.

Soweto businessman helps needy pupils

2016-01-21 08:47

Businessman David Matojane volunteers his time at Madibane High School in Diepkloof, Soweto, and wants to see it regain its former glory.

I could not stand on the sidelines - Mashaba

2016-01-16 11:13

The Democratic Alliance's Johannesburg mayoral candidate Herman Mashaba says he could not stand on the sidelines as the country moved in the wrong direction

PICS: Farmer Nico does the rain pirouette

2015-12-22 13:12

Farmers in parts of Gauteng and North West are celebrating after much needed rain fell in the last few days.


Gauteng man allegedly rapes his domestic worker, forces dog on her

2017-10-25 10:45

A 45-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly raped his domestic worker and forced her to perform sexual acts with his dog, Gauteng police say.

Seven people shot in Joburg CBD

2017-09-06 14:30

Seven people have been shot and wounded outside a block of flats in Johannesburg, paramedics say. This is a developing story.

Muslim girls have to carry 'concession cards' to wear headscarf at Joburg school

2017-06-05 15:12

Claims that Muslim girls need "concession cards" to wear headscarves at Northcliff High School are being investigated, the Gauteng education department has said.

Piet Byleveld struggling to communicate - wife

2017-05-22 12:48

Former top cop Piet Byleveld's condition has deteriorated since he was admitted to hospital with stage 4 lung cancer, and he is struggling to register when people speak to him.

Parktown Boys' High School sexual assault case postponed

2017-05-10 11:48

The sexual assault case against a Parktown Boys' High School assistant sports coach has been postponed for further investigation.

Joburg council hopes to reintegrate electricity, waste, water entities - Mashaba

2017-01-29 18:10

City Power, Joburg Water and Pikitup should soon fall under the operational control of the Johannesburg municipality, Mayor Herman Mashaba has said.

Ferrari's R5.5-million 488 GTB Spider in SA

2016-05-20 11:07

Ferrari's 488 GTB Spider has finally made its way to South Africa. The power figures suggest that this is one blisteringly fast car.

Education Dept shuts 11 bogus colleges in Braamfontein

2016-01-21 08:44

Eleven bogus colleges have been shut down in Johannesburg in a bid to stop opportunistic business owners from preying on those desperate for an education.

Gauteng police commissioner 'redeployed'

2016-01-16 10:23

Gauteng police commissioner Lieutenant General Lesetja Mothiba has been redeployed to a new management intervention unit in the SA Police Service's head office, the Hawks confirms.

Bomb-sniffing elephants trained in SA

2015-02-24 14:09

In the South African bush, elephants are being trained in the art of 'bio-detection' to see if they can use their exceptional sense of smell to sniff out explosives, landmines and poachers.

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