Tshwane municipality has rejected a claim that it approved R500 000 to escort President Jacob Zuma despite not having enough funds to foot the bill.
Two Metro police officers in Tshwane have been arrested for robbing a motorist at gunpoint.
Ekurhuleni metro police have been evicted from their office at the OR Tambo International Airport for failure to pay rent, according to a report.
Protesters fired live ammunition at firemen, pelted police with stones and barricaded roads in Mamelodi East, the city of Tshwane said on Tuesday.
Motorists caught committing certain traffic offences in Jo'burg would be arrested on the spot rather than fined, the metro police said on Monday.
Johannesburg metro police officers vowed to continue their strike on Monday despite the Labour Court declaring it illegal.
The man at the centre of this week's crippling strike by Johannesburg metro police, Chris Ngcobo, referred to himself as the "god of the JMPD.
The South African Municipal Workers' Union has rejected what it termed the City of Johannesburg's “half response” to their list of demands.
On Tuesday Jo'burg municipality spokesperson Nthatisi Modingoane said calls to oust the city's metro police chief were not central to strike talks.
Johannesburg metro police will stage another protest march on Tuesday, the second day of a strike that has shut down operations.
Motorists should avoid travelling on the M1 North following an accident involving a paint truck, metro police said on Tuesday.
Police gathered at the Johannesburg Central police station on Wednesday to march in support of the campaign of no violence against women and children.
A Johannesburg metro cop was arrested after apparently being caught red-handed taking a bribe from a motorist, metro police said on Saturday.
A Johannesburg metro police officer who reported a rape case against her boss was unfairly treated, verbally harassed and intimidated, the CCMA said.
An agreement was reached between the city of Johannesburg and the union representing striking metro police officers after negotiations on Friday.
There could be no justification for violent protests by metro police officers, Gauteng community safety minister Firoz Cachalia said on Thursday.
Thousands of refugees in and around Johannesburg faced another night filled with anxiety on Tuesday evening as xenophobic tensions and violence continued to spread through the province. The violence has so far claimed 24 lives and left up to 10Â 000 people seeking refuge in shelters across Gauteng.
As a fresh wave of severe xenophobic violence gripped Johannesburg on Sunday, with five people killed in the Cleveland area, hundreds fleeing to the safety of police stations and shops in the CBD looted, President Thabo Mbeki announced that a panel had been set up to look into the attacks.
Metrorail has beefed up security in response to possible xenophobic attacks on train commuters, it said on Wednesday. "Our own protection services, the South African railway police and contracted security staff have been beefed up in response to the perceived threat and in support of our security plan," the company said in a statement.
Another foreigner has been killed in South Africa as a wave of xenophobic violence spreads across Johannesburg, bringing the weekend death toll to 13, police said on Monday. The violence against foreigners, who are accused by many South Africans of depriving locals of jobs and committing crime, has spread across townships since the beginning of last week.