Kgaugelo Masweneng is a race-relations reporter who is passionate about human interest, education, and general news reporting. Being a black woman in SA, she has no choice but to be invested in issues of gender equality, health and spirituality. And yes, she comes from the village of the Ndlovu Youth Choir.

KGAUGELO MASWENENG | My peaceful village caught the spark of violence. Why?

The violence and destruction that accompanied the protests and looting unfortunately reflect the mood of the country

‘Some of the looters were regulars at my pub. I feel betrayed’

Wayne Sukhu, whose tavern in Stanger was destroyed, says his emotions have turned from depression to anger

Police evidence rooms 'full' as looted goods are being recovered: Bheki Cele

On Monday the police recovered thousands of rand worth of items stolen from warehouses and retail stores in Durban during widespread looting in KZN ...

TIMELINE | Life Esidimeni tragedy from 2012 up to this week's NPA inquest

The National Prosecuting Authority on Monday started a formal inquiry in the Pretoria high court into the deaths of the 144 Life Esidimeni ...

Don’t even think about buying looted goods, police warn

Buying goods from looters could see you arrested for being in possession of stolen property.

Looting aftermath: Hundreds queue to shop at one mall not ransacked in Alex

Scores of people from all over Alexandra on Friday queued for hours to get inside the Alex Mall, which was the last one standing after recent looting ...

Trucks can't move so farmers pour tonnes of milk onto the ground

Looters have invaded some farms, stolen livestock and equipment, destroyed infrastructure and endangered the lives of employees.

Poultry industry euthanises chickens amid riots

The poultry industry has had to euthanise birds that could not be moved to farms across the country for placement due to the violent riots.

Chef Jenny Morris's husband dies at 69 after battle with Covid-19

David Morris, the husband of renowned chef Jenny Morris, has died due to Covid-19 related complications.

Riots are blocking service delivery, says premier David Makhura

Ongoing riots in Gauteng are hurting the government's ability to provide essential services, premier David Makhura said on Monday.