The children of a KwaZulu-Natal couple, who were kidnapped from their home on a secure estate and murdered, have described their parents as “completely inseparable”.
The SACP says Brian Molefe should have had a cooling-off period after resigning from Eskom following the state capture report.
It’s not yet clear how two trains crashed on the same track at the Lynn Ross Station in Rosslyn.
[Daily News] Ongoing countrywide crackdown on illicit drugs has drastically escalated demand for methadone, a medicine used to rehabilitate drugs addicts, the government confirmed yesterday.
[Daily News] Production and packaging of alcoholic drinks in plastic sachets, viroba, are reportedly denying the government a whopping 600bn/- in revenues, annually, due to tax evasion.
[Nation] Examination candidates in private primary and secondary schools have been exempted from paying for the tests beginning this year.
There is growing speculation the dead North Korean's family could be seeking to reclaim his body.
One-off charges, including pulling out of Brazil, hit the global banking giant's annual results.
The multi-coloured glow appeared in the late afternoon, to the delight of people in the city-state.
A house was destroyed & two other properties damaged as some residents feared for their families & properties amid the blaze.
Two passenger trains heading in opposite directions collided head-on at the Rosslyn station during peak hour, injuring over 100 people, Metrorail and paramedics have said.
Authorities say the situation is now calm in PTA West following a night of violence, tension & the looting of foreign-owned shops.
Blues coach Tana Umaga has named his team for Thursday’s Super Rugby opener against the Rebels in Melbourne.
Cheetahs’ centre Michael van der Spuy’s rugby career is hanging in the balance due to ongoing concussion symptoms.
Stormers loose forward Siya Kolisi says playing against the New Zealand sides in this year's Super Rugby should be seen as a positive.
A total of 73 abandoned sedans and minibuses were destroyed in the second vehicle crushing operation by the City of Cape Town.
"Driving on a highway requires skill and patience. It’s critical to know what you are doing, and to always adhere to the rules of the road,' says the AA. Here are 10 highway driving safety tips.
'It does too much too well, and with an endless supply of charm and torque. It’s an irresistible beast, really,' writes Alexander Parker as he test drives Bentley's new Mulsanne Speed.
Stocks snap a four-session losing streak, buoyed by retailers Steinhoff and Shoprite which announced they had scrapped their plan to merge.
The rand edged lower on Monday, weighed down by renewed fears of a cabinet reshuffle ahead of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s budget speech.
Minister Pravin Gordhan needs to prove that this year’s Budget will support government’s Radical Social and Economic Transformation Programme.
If Jay Y. Lee, the de facto head of South Korea’s largest conglomerate, is convicted on bribery charges, he would join a long list of chaebol executives sentenced to jail time.
German regulators have banned an internet-connected doll called "My Friend Cayla" that can chat with children, warning that it was a de facto "spying device".
The fibre optic sector has the potential to help South Africa compete as a knowledge economy, says an expert.
This Birmingham hospital is the first of its kind to get top marks from inspectors.
Birmingham Children's Hospital, criticised for failings eight years ago, now declared "outstanding" by inspectors.
There are proposals to close hospitals or cut services in two-thirds of local areas, a BBC analysis shows.