- PICS: Israelis demolish dozens of Palestinian homes in Jerusalem
Israeli work crews are demolishing dozens of Palestinian homes built along the invisible line straddling Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank.
- Gauteng 2020 school admissions: Parents have until midnight to apply
The Gauteng department of education reminded parents that the deadline for online applications for 2020 admissions into Grade 1 and Grade 8 was at midnight.
- Three killed in Port Elizabeth's northern areas
Three people were shot and killed in two shooting incidents in a bloody weekend in Port Elizabeth's crime-ridden northern areas, police said on Monday.
- Drop in weekend murder stats after SANDF deployment
A total of 25 murders were recorded at the weekend by the province's forensic pathology services unit, compared with 43 last weekend.
- Strong winds, heavy rainfall expected as two cold fronts approach Cape metropole
The SA Weather Service has advised of strong winds and heavy rainfall over Cape Town and surrounds as two cold fronts are approaching the metropole
- Bring us proof of wrongdoing – NC dept on controversial Diamond Cup tender
The MEC for Finance, Economic Development and Tourism, Maruping Lekwene, has reiterated the department’s stance on the controversial tender for the KDC.
- Manhunt launched after Eastern Cape family killed in violent attack
Mthatha police in the Eastern Cape have launched a manhunt for gunmen who allegedly shot and killed three family members at their home in a village in Bityi.
- 5 important points from the #BusisiweMkhwebane ConCourt judgment
The ConCourt found that Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is liable for the Reserve Bank's legal costs. Here's a detailed look at what that means.
- Man arrested in connection with Malmesbury cash-in-transit robbery
A 30-year-old man is in police custody after being charged in connection with a cash-in-transit robbery in Malmesbury last year.
- WATCH: Strike at Pretoria Zoo could have caused Willie the Koala's death
Finance, cleaning and landscaping staff are outside while interns and non-unionised members are being overburdened with work
- Suspect beaten up after supermarket robbery in Joburg CBD
A 37-year-old robbery suspect is in police custody after being caught and assaulted by angry community members in central Johannesburg.
- Good Samaritan hijacked, choked while trying to assist man 'whose car broke down'
A 43-year-old Onrus man, returning from a friend's house in Sandbaai, had a gun pointed to his head and was hijacked, police confirmed.
- Top UK university to give honorary degree to UCT vice-chancellor
University of Cape Town Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng will receive an honorary degree from the University of Bristol.
- WATCH: #BusisiweMkhwebane stands by Sarb report despite ConCourt judgment
Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane says that she stands by her report on the SA Reserve Bank (Sarb) and doesn't believe she acted in bad faith.
- Edward Zuma claims Moyane, Jiba were removed to hide corruption
He alleges that, after studying the PP's ruling against Ramaphosa, he is convinced that Tom Moyane was removed to ensure that he does not probe the sitting head of state.
- Suspected human trafficker allegedly kept 19 men hostage in Mondeor house
It's suspected that plans were already afoot to move the victim to a different location.
- Unhappy with Juba’s governance? Go hang yourselves, South Sudanese told
Information Minister Michael Makuei told South Sudanese if they are unhappy with government there are enough trees in the country to hang themselves.
- Assistant Master of the High Court in dock for corruption
An assistant Master of the High Court, Method Nkonjani Gqetywa, received bail after appearing in the Kimberley Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
- DA's Jack Bloom says unvaccinated workers falling sick at Kalafong
About 60 workers on the EPWP at Kalafong hospital in Pretoria have complained about picking up illnesses due to not being vaccinated beforehand like regular employees.
- 'Terror' suspects expected back in Durban court
The accused have arrived in court but it is uncertain what time proceedings are expected to begin.