The Special Investigating Unit report on Nkandla recommends that the police evaluate its security situation — and soon.
National police commissioner Riah Phiyega is concerned by the increase in murder, attempted murder and robbery.
The death toll of South Africans in Nigeria's deadly church collapse has risen to 84, amid tensions between the two countries over rescue missions.
We should look back at our recent history if we want to understand the extent of violence and crime in South Africa, writes Chandre Gould.
Having recently blasted corporate tax evaders, the deputy president now has egg on his face after Lonmin's Bermuda tax avoidance tactics surfaced.
The decline of the East Rand township's once-proud golf club has tracked the vanishing hopes of its members.
Confusion reigns over the death toll and Nigeria refuses to allow South African search teams access to the site of the collapsed church building.
A high court review will have to tackle the issue of whether or not prosecutors can investigate judges.
Costly "compassion training" doesn't seem to be working on the infamous eviction crew, who are seen to have little regard for people or possessions.
A study says chiefs of staff should have managerial competencies, showing that Thuthukile Zuma's appointment may have been out of line.
Deputy defence minister Kebby Maphatsoe is squaring off against a rival faction over the 'unauthorised' selling of assets.
Potentially a tourist magnet, the historic valley of the Zulu kings is at the centre of a land rights row.
When we commemorate the Westgate massacre in Nairobi, Kenya, we must not conflate the religion with extremism.
Protestors are being unjustly targeted in troubled settlements such as Thembelihle, a report says.
Lesbians have all too frequently been attacked, raped and murdered in small towns – including Ermelo.
Gill Marcus said she will step down from her post when her term ends in November, leaving room for one of her deputies to succeed her.
Times Media editor and author Ray Hartley said SA politics needed more protein or meat, in the form of tough and substantial policy decision-making.
Scoan preacher TB Joshua said Nigerians, South Africans and other overseas nationals were "martyrs of the Kingdom of God", in the building collapse.
Rescuers have recovered more dead bodies from the rubble at the Scoan building collapse, but say they still have not been able to identify the bodies.