Water shortages persist in Gauteng

Parts of Gauteng are experiencing water shortages as a result of higher temperatures and increased demand.

TUT students burn cars at Soshanguve campus

TUT announced all students must vacate their rooms by 5pm after students set alight vehicles during a protest at the Soshanguve campus on Friday night.

North West rapist gets three life sentences

The crimes were committed between March 2011 and February 2012 in and around Rustenburg.

Former policeman sentenced for stock theft, up for attempted murder

A former police officer was sentenced to eight years imprisonment for stock theft and has an attempted murder case pending, North West police said on Saturday.

Tshwane city's concert cancellation case heads to court

The City of Tshwane is heading to court to fight the cancellation of what would have been the largest music festival on the continent.

Charity offers help with missing relatives in Lagos building collapse

Following a radio interview early Friday evening, Gift of the Givers founder Imtiaz Sooliman said he received calls from five people wanting to find missing relatives.


These are a few of our MPs' favourite things

From fancy chocolates, travel abroad and involvement in businesses, this is what members of parliament have voluntarily declared.


IN GRAPHICS: Crime Stats 2014

See the latest 2014 crime statistics across all categories at a glance compared to the year previously. Some areas of crime are up, some down.


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