Nomahlubi Jordaan has been a journalist for 15 years. She started her career at The Herald in Port Elizabeth. She moved to Johannesburg to join the courts and law hub. She then joined the Times newspaper, after which she became part of the TimesLIVE digital team.

Teacher outed ANC ex-MEC as alleged child rapist

The ANC has suspended the party member, who has been implicated in rape allegations before

Court short-circuits R1.5bn power tender after snubbed firm fights back

City Power has been ordered to start an ‘emergency’ procurement process following irregularities

Covid-19 a 'life-changing' event for Western Cape nurse

Contracting Covid-19 was a “life-changing” event that gave a Western Cape male nurse a different “perspective” on life.

Judges slam Andile Lungisa over assault case comments

Some of SA's top judges have demanded a retraction of remarks made by former ANC youth league leader Andile Lungisa that his case was unfairly ...

Going to Kruger this weekend? Book early or you might not be allowed in

SANParks said on Wednesday it is expecting a high number of visitors to the Kruger National Park for the Heritage Day long weekend.

Five alleged CIT robbers shot dead in clash with police

Five members of an alleged cash-in-transit gang have been killed in a shoot-out with police on Johannesburg's East Rand

Man jailed for murder of his girlfriend and 11-month-old child

The Kimberley high court has sentenced a 36-year-old man to two life terms for the murder of his girlfriend and their 11-month-old daughter.

'A majestic South African': Tributes pour in for George Bizos at memorial

Renowned human rights lawyer George Bizos embodied humility, social cohesion and a passion for human rights. This is according to various speakers at ...

Northern Cape teen in court for allegedly decapitating his peer

A 16-year-old accused of beheading his peer appeared at the Pampierstad magistrate's court in the Northern Cape on Monday.

KZN's 'birthplace of rhino' to get poacher-detecting fence as SA marks World ...

KwaZulu-Natal's Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park (HiP) will receive crucial technology to aid in the fight against poaching.