Monaco's Prince Albert goes solar in Joburg

Prince Albert II of Monaco has described a new solar lighting project at a Benoni school as a step forward.

Arson suspected at C-Live's tragic incident

C-Live has been admitted in a Johannesburg hospital for smoke inhalation and burnt injuries sustained while trying to save his child.

UCT tackles freedom of expression in same-sex marriage row

The university reaffirmed its commitment to freedom of expression and to protecting the rights of the LGBTQ community.

Macia trial adjourned to Wednesday

Nine policemen accused of killing Mido Macia are on trial for his murder; they plead not guilty.

Bring back Prasa CEO calls transport union

The South African Transport and Allied Workers Union has called for the reinstatement of fired Prasa CEO Lucky Montana.

Suspected cigarette robbers killed in shootout with cops

The men are believed to be part of a syndicate that robs cigarette trucks.


PREVIEW: Dagga Inc

Checkpoint investigates dagga’s booming ‘high’ school industry.


DA eyes Union Buildings

The party said its short-term focus will be on achieving the best possible result in the 2016 elections.