'Brutal, senseless': Businesswoman and friend in their 70s tortured and burnt at Limpopo farm
Limpopo police commissioner, Lieutenant General Thembi Hadebe, has described the incident in which a businesswoman and her friend were tortured, murdered and their bodies set alight as a 'brutal yet senseless' attack.
11 people killed, 14 injured as taxi and long-distance bus collide in Eastern Cape
A collision between a minibus taxi and a long-distance bus in the Eastern Cape has left 11 people dead and 14 others injured.
Ashwin Willemse saga: Case closed by SA Human Rights Commission
The South African Human Rights Commission has closed the investigation into the case involving former Springbok rugby player Ashwin Willemse and SuperSport.
WATCH | Musa Motha left his heart on stage during Britain's Got Talent finale
Motha danced his heart out during his performance in the Britain's Got Talent finale on Sunday. However, the talent show competition was won by Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn.
'Dumping site for bodies': Macassar residents raise alarm as fourth body is found in just over a week
Western Cape police are concerned after a fourth body was found dumped along Macassar Road, Cape Town, in the space of just over a week.
SA's Percy Tau scores but late Wydad goal dents Al Ahly's hopes of CAF Champions League glory
Al Ahly hopes of a record-extending 11th CAF Champions League title hang in the balance after conceding a late goal in a 2-1 final, first-leg win over Wydad Casablanca on Sunday.
University of Fort Hare building set on fire amid student protests, hours before start of exams
A group of students set fire to the University of Fort Hare indoor sports centre a few hours before the start of mid-year exams.
One killed, five wounded as another tavern shooting rocks Limpopo
Another tavern shooting in Limpopo has claimed one life and left five other people injured.
Prince Harry to make history with testimony - everything we know about his battle against the press
Prince Harry will become the first senior British royal to give evidence in court for more than a century when he testifies this week against a tabloid newspaper publisher.