For some South Africans, COVID-19 might be the least of their worries.
Police to wear body cameras, but no mention of when it will happen.
Gauteng SAPS Commissioner says they are safety read for the elections in the province.
Did the suspects pay to boost their advert we wonder?
The strike originally kicked off in July.
10111 call centre workers began striking today.
Uber said it is committed to open and transparent dialogue with all stakeholders on the future of mobility in South Africa.
Durban’s Organised Crime Unit apparently wanted to know where Gmail was located.
Criminals continue to con job seekers with fraudulent Telkom internships.
The SAPS now has 150 000 Twitter followers and 60 000 Facebook fans.
The South African police have set aside around R1.9-million for 11 controversial Long-Range Acoustic Devices.
There is no public list on what is considered a National Key Point.
The cops will now be able to print infringements on the spot through connected printers.
See exact crime stats for your town or city.
Forget Oscar, this is the trial that will really make a difference.
In the most bizarre case of broken telephone, a few facts are getting lost in the mire.
Potential victory for internet justice, but Facebook attacks on plate owner are a shame.
But investigation still underway.