Naledi Shange is a reporter at the Sunday Times and TimesLIVE.

IN PICS | Frustration as Sandton property is crammed with low-rent tenants

A multimillion-rand property in Johannesburg’s smart northern suburb of Hurlingham has been turned into a slum dwelling with dozens of residents.

Despite robberies, gangs, drugs, teachers fight for their pupils’ futures

Coronationville Secondary School is reaping the rewards of a devoted teaching staff who go the extra mile

SA architect takes apart past legacies to make history in London

Once a misunderstood student, Sumayya Vally is the first South African to create the Serpentine Pavilion

'Help please! There’s a rinkhals in my loo': April 1 snake encounter no joke

When in danger, the snake spits its venom out, aiming for the eyes.

Three dead, 14 injured after bakkie carrying mourners overturns in Hazyview

Two people people were declared dead at the scene while the third person died in hospital.

Protruding human toe leads to grim discovery of body of former SAPS admin clerk

'They noticed a human toe protruding in the sand.'

Mother who 'concealed abuse of children' by boyfriend, 91, is granted bail

A concerned citizen found the three children in a terrible state without parental care.

Student union ends national protest after Nzimande meets some demands

The SA Union of Students on Thursday confirmed it has ended the national shutdown at universities across the country after the higher education ...

SAPS urged to take note of policing policy of Russian Federation

The policing of modern societies requires police services that are able to rely on the expertise of personnel with a diversity of appropriate ...

R598m spent improving public order policing unit that responds to protests

Some of the money went towards two-way radios, loud hailers, video cameras and PA systems for better communication during operations. Other funds ...