Khanyisile Ngcobo is a reporter at the Sunday Times. She has also previously worked for Independent Media and the Citizen.

Rand Water starts reducing supply to towns in arrears

Rand Water this week reduced the water supply to two defaulting municipalities by 20%, and says it will cut a further 20% in March if the debt is ...

Pirates goalie hijacked, kidnapped two years after similar incident

Orlando Pirates footballer Melusi Buthelezi was hijacked and kidnapped on the East Rand on Thursday evening but is now home "safe and unharmed".

Two taximen among Braamfontein shooting victims, association puzzled about ...

The two men shot dead in a drive-by shooting in Braamfontein on Thursday were longstanding members of a Johannesburg taxi association but why they ...

Ramaphosa suspends Dipuo Peters for a month after parly sanction

President Cyril Ramaphosa has suspended small business development deputy minister Dipuo Peters without pay for a month.

Roger Jardine-led party, Change Starts Now will not contest 2024 elections

Barely three months after its launch and a week after it unveiled its election manifesto, Change Starts Now announced it will not contest the 2024 ...

IN PICS | SAPS head office evacuated after being declared ‘unfit for human use’

The South African Police Service says it is making arrangements for “alternative premises” to house staff who had to be evacuated from its national ...

Second woman who was doused in petrol, set alight in Florida dies

Marishka Davids, who was fighting for her life in hospital after a man linked to her allegedly set her and a friend alight, has died.

Meet the women patrollers helping to make Melville safer

The women are part of a group of 12 patrollers, made up of 11 women and one man, whose presence has made a difference in the bustling suburb.

Fiscal support from Treasury helps Eskom ramp up maintenance

Eskom has managed to claw back 3,510MW, has seen an improvement in the energy availability factor and ramped up planned maintenance between January ...

Secunda cops ‘go extra mile’ to help mother deliver baby boy

Two Secunda police officers have been lauded for "going the extra mile" after they helped a stranded woman give birth on the side of a road.