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

Pregnant ex-cop accused of conspiring to kill former husband with infamous ...

Heavily pregnant Nomsa Mudau told the court she was due to give birth later this month.

Man relieved to see Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu and his ex-wife charged again

Justice Mudau, the man who alleged his wife tried to kill him with the assistance of cop-turned serial killer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, said he is ...

Serial killer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu to return to court on new charges

Convicted cop-turned-serial-killer Rosemary Nomia Ndlovu is to return to court this month on new charges.

We owe R28m in rent for Pretoria State Attorney offices but it’s not our fault, ...

After an image of a notice was circulated earlier this week stating the State Attorney offices in Pretoria would be closed to the public due to ...

Thou shall not force us to ban unvaxxed from our pews, churches tell Cyril

Bible ‘does not allow them to discriminate against the unjabbed’, so IFCC assemblies will disobey new Covid rules

DA seeks answers after Sedibeng mayor refuses to use R700k Merc

The Gauteng legislature has been informed that Sedibeng mayor, Lerato Maloka is refusing to use a brand new Mercedes-Benz worth almost R700,000 that ...

Ramaphosa gives public protector 10 days to say why she should keep her job

Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane on Thursday said she had been notified of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s intention to suspend her

This is how many prisoners have broken out of South African jails in recent ...

A total of 21 prisoners escaped from the country’s prisons during the 2021/2022 financial year, the department of justice said on Wednesday.

No Covid-19 tests on entry to SA for the fully vaxxed: yay or nay?

Government is seeking public comment on how to handle the pandemic once the national state of disaster ends

R600 fine for examiner found writing learner's licence test for applicant

An examiner who was caught red-handed writing a learner's licence test for an applicant has been given the option of paying a R600 fine or spending ...